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  • Local |Kansas State University | November 07, 2013

    Journalism school due for reaccreditation

    The AQ Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications in the College of Arts and Sciences at Kansas State University has been recommended for reaccreditation by a site team from the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications. The team visited the campus

  • Men's Basketball | November 07, 2013

    Wildcats looking for consistency

    If it wasn’t for a trio of freshman combining for 38 points, the Kansas State men’s basketball team might have been in some trouble last Friday in an exhibition with Pittsburg State. But head coach Bruce Weber knows it probably won’t always come

  • Women's Basketball | November 07, 2013

    Come and get it! KSU offering free bacon

    Kansas State has offered free pizza, $1 hot dogs and even some snazzy bobble heads to help get students in the doors for women’s basketball games. This Friday night, how about some bacon? Yes, bacon. K-State will offer a tray of five bacon slices to

  • Women's Basketball | November 07, 2013

    Thomson finally gets her shot

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    They say good things come to those who wait. Only, in this case, Kelly Thomson didn’t have much choice. The Kansas State guard missed what was supposed to be her freshman season last year after tearing her left ACL during preseason workouts. Thomson was

  • Volleyball | November 07, 2013

    Texas Tech beats Cats in four sets

    LUBBOCK, Texas — The Kansas State volleyball team lost in Lubbock for the second straight season Wednesday, as the Red Raiders dropped the Wildcats in four sets (25-20, 21-25, 27-25, 25-13) at the United Spirit Arena. The Wildcats (15-8, 3-7 Big 12) evened the match with the

  • Manhattan High School | November 07, 2013

    MHS with six all-league volleyball players

    The Manhattan High volleyball team was well-represented on the 2013 All-Centennial League volleyball teams, with six girls honored, two of which made the first team. Setter Aubrey Jung and hitter Jessie Kujawa were both named to the 12-member first team, with middles Kelsey Schroll and Lauren

  • Area Schools | November 07, 2013

    Eisenhower Middle School wins season openers

    The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade girls won two games at Wamego Tuesday.  The A team won 33-16. Therriana Pittman led the A team with 15 points, while Cailey Perkins scored eight and Mackenzie Pease finished with seven. Maggie Morgan had three points. The B

  • Area Schools | November 07, 2013

    Falcons lose 25-8 Tuesday

    The Riley County Falcons’ football season came to a close on Tuesday with a 25-8 playoff loss at Hiawatha. The Falcons finished as the runner-up in their district with a 4-5 record, but held their own in the first half against a strong Hiawatha team.

  • Obituaries | November 06, 2013

    ROSEMARY E. SHEWMAKE

    Rosemary Elizabeth Shewmake, 80, of Manhattan, died October 18 at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community. She worked as a kitchen aide at Manhattan Junior High School for 28 years.  She also worked at the Manhattan Town Center Mall for nine years.  Rosemary also worked at Motel 6

  • Editorials | November 06, 2013

    Some drones hit their targets

    Leave it to Pakistani officials to display anger, denounce US policies, threaten to cut off important NATO supply routes and haul out tired conspiracy theories involving the United States and India. What brought on this barrage? A U.S. drone strike that did the world


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