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  • Obituaries | March 23, 2014


    William R. “Bill” Gates, 58, beloved son, brother, father and grandfather, died Wednesday.  Viewing hours will be from noon to 6 p.m. today at the Cochran Mortuary, 1411 N. Broadway. (Parking from Market St.)  Service will be Monday at 10 a.m. at St. John’s

  • Men's Basketball | March 23, 2014

    Kentucky bounces Cats from tourney


    ST. LOUIS — The way the game was billed, it seemed like Kentucky would beat Kansas State in a blowout. But the Wildcats wouldn’t let it go that easy on Friday, fighting all the way up until the final seconds in a 56-49 loss in

  • Men's Basketball | March 23, 2014

    K-State looks ahead to next season


    ST. LOUIS — Although Kansas State was disappointed with the end to its season, it was hard for the returning players to ignore what’s on the horizon. The Wildcats will lose four seniors and just three contributors, while welcoming in two transfers and a junior

  • Baseball | March 23, 2014

    Sooners rout K-State, 11-2

    NORMAN, Okla. — The Kansas State baseball team grabbed an early first-inning lead, but after leaving 11 runners on base, the Wildcats lost to Oklahoma 11-2 on Saturday at L. Dale Mitchell Park. The loss to the Sooners (18-6, 2-0 Big 12) was the Wildcats’ second in as

  • Tennis | March 23, 2014

    K-State tennis loses at UCSB

    SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — Kansas State senior Petra Niedermayerova became the first player in school history to win 100 career singles matches on Saturday, but the Kansas State tennis team was unable to hold off UC Santa Barbara, losing 4-3. The loss ended a three-match winning streak

  • Off The Beat | March 23, 2014

    Growing up never gets easier


    There are moments in life when you realize everything is changing. I had one of those moments this week when I received a baby shower invitation for a friend from high school. It wouldn’t have been quite such a shock to my system if

  • Arts, Leisure | March 23, 2014

    Acting bug led to K-State grad saving lives on TV

    A K-State graduate is swimming her way onto TV screens all over the country in a series about sea, air and fire rescue operations. Lydia Hull plays Lily Maddox on the syndicated show “SAF3,” (pronounced “safe”). She said she’s enjoying working on a series

  • Gardening | March 23, 2014

    Nitrogen fertilizer use provides benefits for perennial flowers


    Plants that come back year after year may need nitrogen fertilizer on occasion. Visual symptoms will help determine plant needs. Light green to yellowish foliage plants from last year’s season will probably benefit from a nitrogen-containing fertilizer at this time of the year. Established

  • Local |Business | March 23, 2014

    Sheraton joins national shoe drive

    Four Points by Sheraton is joining Dando Amor for its National Shoes for Love shoe drive. Dando Amor is a non-profit charity dedicated to blessing the lives of children throughout the world. Shoes are being accepted throughout March for all sizes and in any shape.

  • Local |Business | March 23, 2014

    Yoga For Life adds massage therapist

    Yoga For Life announced the addition of Chauntelle Woods as an in-house massage therapist. Chauntelle graduated from Everest College in Washington state in 2008. She specializes in spa modalities and sport massages. With almost seven years of practice in the health and wellness industry, she has

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