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  • Local |Kansas State University | June 16, 2014

    Researchers create better methods to detect E. coli

    Kansas State University diagnosticians are helping the cattle industry save millions of dollars each year by developing earlier and accurate detection of E. coli. Lance Noll, master’s student in veterinary biomedical science, of Greensburg; T.G. Nagaraja, university distinguished professor of diagnostic medicine and

  • Local |Kansas State University | June 16, 2014

    El Nino could affect U.S. crops

    A Kansas State University senior agricultural economist says there’s a 70 percent chance an El Niño will arrive this fall — and that’s good news for the United States. Jay O’Neil, an instructor and specialist at the university’s International Grains Program, says

  • Letters | June 16, 2014

    Learn about the upcoming bike ride to fight MS and and enjoy free pizza

    To the Editor: An information meeting regarding the annual Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Bike Ride will be held at A.J.’s Pizzeria, 301 Poyntz Ave., at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 19. All bicycle riders, regardless of skill, are welcome. We will describe the annual MS Rice, which

  • Letters | June 16, 2014

    Many contributed to the success of 27th annual MCS golf tournament

    To the Editor: Manhattan Catholic School’s faculty and staff would like to thank all the participants and sponsors of the 27th annual Manhattan Catholic Schools Golf Tournament. The tournament was held June 9 at Stagg Hill Golf Club. Thank you to our corporate sponsors, Deb

  • Football | June 16, 2014

    K-State football adds DT commitment

    The Kansas State football team stayed relatively close to home to pick up its third verbal commitment of the 2015 recruiting class on Sunday. Adam Holtorf — a 6-foot-4, 271-pound defensive tackle from Seward, Neb., — announced his decision to attend K-State on Twitter Sunday night. “I have

  • Football | June 16, 2014

    Collin Klein released by CFL team

    Just months after signing a two-year deal with the Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouettes, former Kansas State quarterback and Heisman finalist Collin Klein was released by the team on Sunday. The move came following a 28-23 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the team’

  • Arts & Leisure | June 15, 2014

    Corbin to bring his ‘real’ country sound to Stampede

    The timing couldn’t have been better for Easton Corbin and country music. Maybe country music was in need of a throwback artist to the greats of yesteryear like George Jones and Merle Haggard when Corbin burst onto the scene five years ago. If so,

  • Arts & Leisure | June 15, 2014

    Students use senses to express themselves through art

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    Children at K-State’s Beach Museum of Art have been getting their first senses of creativity, literally. Various groups of children have been visiting the museum to tour the exhibit “Igniting the Senses,” which opened June 6 and will continue through Oct. 5. Children and adults alike

  • Off The Beat | June 15, 2014

    Beat it, pop music haters

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    I have something to admit. I need to come out and say that I like pop music, which is ironically not a popular thing to admit. For people like me, the admission is spoken with inflection full of shame. But I’m ashamed no more.

  • Local |Fort Riley | June 15, 2014

    Awarding of Victory Cup wraps up week of celebration on Fort Riley

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    FORT RILEY — After a week of competitions that ranged from flag football to water polo with nearly every soldier on post in participation, a battalion champion was crowned Friday at Custer Hill Parade Field. The Victory Cup is awarded to the battalion that combines for


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