One week after Kansas State’s 35-25 loss to Baylor, Ryan Mueller’s highlight defensive play is still sticking in fans’ minds. And the junior defensive ends’ words are sticking with his teammates. During the third quarter against Baylor, Mueller chased down Bears’ quarterback Bryce
It’ll be a Kansas State volleyball homecoming Saturday night when the Wildcats (14-6, 2-5 Big 12) host Texas (14-2, 7-0) for a 7:30 pm match at Ahearn Field House. Nine members of the 2003 squad that earned the school’s lone Big 12 championship will be
Manhattan-area travelers may be caught in the middle of an argument. The question is whether a labor dispute could postpone or disrupt service at Manhattan Regional Airport in early November. The Transport Workers Union has been running ads and making claims about the contract signed
Governor Sam Brownback opened the annual Governor’s Water Conference on the future of water in Kansas with a call to action. Brownback was speaking Thursday at the Hilton Garden Inn Conference Center in Manhattan. “We are at a pivotal moment in our state,” he
My fiancé is in town for an extended visit, which naturally knocks daily life a bit upside down. First night… “Oh, my God! Someone’s shooting in the parking lot.” No, dear. Those are machine guns and artillery shells, but they’re way over at
At Kansas State University’s Career Closet, dressing for success is always in style. “A lot of students tell me they came to college thinking they wouldn’t need professional clothing,” said LaToya Farris, chair of the Career Closet at the university’s career and
An endowed chair is being established at Kansas State University in honor of K-State professor Bikram Gill. The endowed chair for wheat genetics research and breeding will be named for Gill, university distinguished professor of plant pathology and director of the Wheat Genetic Resource Center.
Edith Allene Chadwick, 81, of Topeka, passed away on Friday, October 18, 2013 at a Rossville care facility. Edith was born August 15, 1932 in Manhattan, the daughter of William and Edith Mayfield Zarger, Sr. She attended Manhattan High School in Manhattan, where she resided until moving to Topeka in 1988.
President Barack Obama is a little red-faced these days — and not just because online registration for the Affordable Care Act might be becoming a measurable factor in high blood pressure. We’re thinking of the most recent spying revelations associated with Edward Snowden. He’s
To the Editor: Did you travel to West Virginia to last year’s football game? If so, you may have experienced what we did as we went to the alumni dinner and later walked up the long climb to the football stadium The pathway was
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