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  • Football | September 14, 2014

    Unlike national trends, K-State fans, students showing up in record numbers

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    When John Currie took over the Kansas State athletic department in June of 2009, the new athletic director was faced with the daunting task — among many — to get people back to football games. That summer only 25,000 season tickets had been sold for the Wildcats’ season opener

  • Local |Business | September 14, 2014

    Iconic district celebrates anniversary, takes look back at area

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    Next weekend, a center of Little Apple culture and commerce will celebrate 125 years of existence. With its combination of dining and retail options and a thriving bar scene, the Aggieville business district appeals to a wide variety of people. Fittingly, the all-day ‘birthday party’ on

  • Area Schools | September 14, 2014

    Wamego crushes Jeff West on the road

    At Meriden, Wamego opened out to a 42-0 lead before Jefferson West could answer in a 42-20 win on the road. The Red Raiders (2-0) led 21-0 after the first quarter and extended the lead to 34-0 by halftime. Wamego led 42-0 going into the

  • Volleyball | September 14, 2014

    Wildcats win Saluki Invite

    CARBONDALE, Ill. — The Kansas State volleyball team picked up its seventh straight win on its way to a first-place finish at the Saluki Invitational after beating IPFW 3-1 (25-20, 28-26, 19-25, 25-20) on Saturday at SIU Arena. Freshman Kylee Zumach and sophomore Brooke Sassin powered

  • Manhattan High School | September 14, 2014

    MHS girls win Emporia invite

    Without a race winner, the Manhattan High girls’ cross country team used consistent finishes and a close pack time to claim the team title at the Emporia Invitational. The Indians finished with 37 points and a pack time of 37 seconds between their first five finishers — all

  • Books | September 14, 2014

    The library is here to help guide you through your learning adventure

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    Wikipedia tells me that lifelong learning is the “ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons.” To me, it means becoming your own teacher, which I think is a wonderful and worthy thing to do. But why would a person

  • Books | September 14, 2014

    ‘Wilder Rose’ has plenty of ‘zippiness’

    For die hard “The Little House on the Prairie” fans, Susan Wittig Albert has given us some great insight into the largely untapped information from correspondence between Laura Ingalls Wilder and her daughter, Rose Wilder Lane. Using these letters, Rose’s unpublished diaries, and adding

  • Books | September 14, 2014

    ‘Tearling’ a good start to new series

    First-time author Erika Johansen tells a fantastic tale, and one that is part of multi-book effort. The story has elements of a medieval society, but it is set three centuries into the future after a worldwide disaster. The protagonist, 19-year-old Kelsea Raleigh, was raised in

  • Obituaries | September 14, 2014

    DOROTHY BRUNA

    Dorothy Elizabeth Wetter Bruna, 82, died Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014, in Manhattan. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend to many. The family provided some of the following information. Dorothy was born Feb. 10, 1932, in Hanover to Joseph and Victoria (Smetana) Wetter. She was born the

  • Obituaries | September 14, 2014

    RAY MULLENAUX

    Ray C. Mullenaux, 87, of Manhattan, died Friday, Sept. 12, 2014, at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community in Manhattan. He was born on April 30, 1927, in Bluefield, W.Va.  After graduating high school, he joined the United States Army and served for over 20 years until he retired. In


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