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  • WinterDance delights, despite a couple of hiccups G.w.clift1

    There may have been a rough moment or two during last week’s WinterDance. This annual performance by K-State’s Dance program on the thrust stage in Chapman (nee Nichols) Theater is always a high point in the local cultural .

  • Transparency essential if county wants voters’ trust

    To the Editor: As the Board of County Commissioners for Riley County continues to discuss the possibility of creating a public building commission, the more the public should be provided facts and figures on previous building purchases and building projects .

  • DELBERT J. GAREIS

    Delbert J. Gareis, 82, Flush, died Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014, in Topeka. Delbert was born Aug. 13, 1932, near Flush, the son of John E. and Hilda M. (Umscheid)  Gar-eis. His family provided some of the following information. He attended grade school and high .

  • DELBERT J. GAREIS

    Delbert J. Gareis, 82, Flush, died Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014, in Topeka. Delbert was born Aug. 13, 1932, near Flush, the son of John E. and Hilda M. (Umscheid)  Gar-eis. His family provided some of the following information. He attended grade school and high .

  • BOB J. CLARK

    Bob J. Clark, 85, died Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014, at the Logan County Manor, Oakley. He was born June 5, 1929, in Lincoln County to Chester D. and Anna M. (Lewis) Clark. Bob married Edith L. Suter on May 25, 1952, in Manhattan. He was a U..

  • K-State to play UCLA in Alamo Bowl Lockettcolor.phatch

    Not two hours had passed since accepting the bowl invitation and Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder seemed as if he already had a rough scouting report for the Wildcats’ next opponent — UCLA—- in the Alamo Bowl on Friday, .

  • Law enforcement agencies weigh use of asset seizure resources

    The use of non-government regulated intelligence networks among law enforcement officers has prompted the Riley County Police Department to begin drafting a policy to distinguish legitimate sites from their counterparts. The RCPD is concerned with sites like the Black Asphalt .

  • Church sells 12,000 cookies at Carousel Cc3.phatch

    Santa isn’t the only one enjoying his cookies this year. More than 250 families donated cookies to the 24th annual Christmas Cookie Carousel Saturday morning at St. Thomas More Catholic Church. The St. Thomas More Ladies, a church group, use .

  • Redevelopment project reaches financial halfway point

    City officials had discussed downtown redevelopment prior to the new millennium, but 2005 was when the city established a taxing district for the project. The journey took the city through $200 million of work, failed business opportunities and legal battles over the .

  • Holiday Spotlight, Jingle Bell Run, carriage rides

    TODAY Mock Caldecott 2014, 1:30-4 p.m. Discuss the most distinguished picture books of 2014 and vote on a winner. Read the books nominated for the Caldecott from 1:30-2:30 p.m. There will be a brief presentation on the Caldecott Medal, a .

  • Wildcats can’t handle No. 5 Bears Kstatecolor1.phatch

    WACO, Texas — Kansas State wanted to get off to a fast start Saturday night. The problem was that Baylor was really fast, and it was in no way the kind of start the ninth-ranked Wildcats wanted. Fifth-ranked Baylor took a .

  • Vols hold off K-State rally, 65-64

    Marcus Foster made four 3-pointers in the final minute of Saturday’s game at Tennessee. But it wasn’t enough. The Volunteers held off the late rally from Kansas State, dealing the Wildcats a 65-64 loss. The game was never .







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