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  • Aggieville cleanup and more charitable events

    Aside from Fake Patty’s Day, K-State students have several philanthropic events coming this week.  K-State’s Kappa Delta sorority is competing against KU’s Kappa Delta chapter in the Second Annual Girl Scout Cookie Competition from 4 to 7 p..

  • Could K-State make NCAA tournament?

    Going into last Monday’s game against Kansas, Kansas State playing in the postseason seemed out of the question. But then the Wildcats rattled off back-to-back wins against top-15 foes in Kansas and Iowa State, and K-State started to have .

  • Nino Williams takes long road to success at K-State

    Nino Williams should not be smiling. Not while he recalls stories of growing up fatherless in an impoverished St. Louis neighborhood. Not while he explains how he was duped into leaving it for a “fake” Kansas City high school. Not .

  • It’s Round 3 for Wildcats, Jayhawks Ksugirls.phatch

    Some say its very difficult to beat the same team twice in a season. Beating that team three times? The Kansas State women’s basketball team will try to do just that when the Wildcats open the Big 12 Championship against .

  • Lewis, Woods earn Big 12 recognition

    Kansas State’s Breanna Lewis and Ashia Woods were recognized by the Big 12 on Wednesday, as Lewis was named to the All-Big 12 Second Team and Woods an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention recipient. Lewis also became the first player in program history .

  • Rovelto is Big 12 Indoor Coach of the Year

    Kansas State track and field head coach Cliff Rovelto — along with multiple Wildcat athletes — were honored by the Big 12 after a successful 2014-15 indoor season on Wednesday.  Rovelto was named the Big 12 Women’s Coach of the Year, while .

  • Rural stuns MHS boys

    The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team was stunned by the Washburn Rural Junior Blues in a 59-58 loss in Wednesday night’s Class 6A sub-state semifinal at the MHS gymnasium. Rural (7-14) went back and forth in the game, but .

  • DHS bill includes last piece of federal funding Nbaf-front.phatch

    Construction on Manhattan’s planned National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility could begin this summer after Congress passed a funding bill Tuesday appropriating the last $300 million needed for the project. “It’s nice to get the funding wrapped up,” said Ron .

  • Schulz cuts Global Food

    Kansas State University president Kirk Schulz announced nearly $3.1 million in cuts to the school’s Global Food Systems initiative and its Biosecurity Research Institute on Wednesday. The cuts come after Gov. Sam Brownback’s Feb. 5 announcement that he would be .

  • City Commission members support allowing signs to stay

    The Manhattan City Commission is likely to remove a five-year grace period to fix nonconforming signs for at least some and possibly all businesses. The sign regulations the commission passed in December include a clause that all lawfully existing permanent .

  • City names Discovery Center theater for Vanier, Krause Donation3.phatch

    Marty Vanier and Bob Krause have donated $750,000 to the Flint Hills Discovery Center. It is the largest donation in the center’s nearly three-year existence. Officials made the announcement Wednesday morning at the Discovery Center after the Manhattan City Commission .

  • Golf course to receive $30K from city-university fund

    The Manhattan City Commission approved drafting a grant agreement between the city and owners of the Colbert Hills Golf Course but not in the manner requested. The commission approved Tuesday the use of at least $30,000 per year for four years .





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