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  • Football | October 02, 2013

    Bye could prove valuable to Wildcats

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    The value of a bye week can be very different for a lot of football teams, especially this time of the season. For Kansas State, the bye week seemed a little like a short stay at a rehab facility — a solid 10 days working to become

  • Volleyball | October 02, 2013

    K-State looks to rebound against KU

    The Kansas State volleyball team will look to tonight’s Sunflower Showdown as an opportunity to bounce back from a loss in the Big 12 opener over the weekend.  K-State will host rival Kansas tonight at 7 at Ahearn Field House, marking the 100th meeting between

  • Golf | October 02, 2013

    Wildcats take 2nd at Colbert Intercollegiate

    The Kansas State men’s golf team turned in a 38-over 902 to finish in second place in the Jim Colbert Intercollegiate Tuesday at the par-72, 7,486-yard Colbert Hills Golf Course. K-State entered the day with a two-stroke lead over eventual tournament winner, Sam Houston State,

  • October 02, 2013

    Longtime K-State staffer Norma Lawrence dies

    Norma Lawrence, who served Kansas State athletics for 39 years in various capacities, died Monday in Manhattan at the age of 86. Lawrence began employment with K-State in 1967 as the secretary in the sports information department for Dev Nelson and served in that role until 1996. During her

  • Area Schools | October 02, 2013

    Manhattan Thunder tryouts

    The Manhattan Thunder sixth grade boys basketball team will be conducting tryouts on October 20. For more information, please contact Cameron Banning at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/*= 0)out += unescape(l[i].replace(/^\s\s*/, '&#'));while (--j >= 0)if (el[j].

  • Golf | October 02, 2013

    K-State women’s golf team finishes 7th in Austin

    AUSTIN, Texas — The K-State women’s golf team finished seventh with a three-round team score of 64-over 904 following the final round of the Challenge at Onion Creek Tuesday at the par-70, 5,885-yard Onion Creek Golf Course. Individually, the Wildcats were paced by junior Carly Ragains

  • October 01, 2013

    Commission approves court fee hike

    City Commissioners unanimously approved the proposal to raise municipal court costs to upgrade the court’s computer system Tuesday night. They also unanimously approved zoning changes for Manhattan Area Technical College and the First National Bank building on the corner of Claflin Road and Dennison

  • Local |Government, Politics | October 01, 2013

    Thousands of local federal workers head home

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    The federal government shutdown hit many local workers on Tuesday. At Fort Riley alone, about 2,400 civilians were furloughed. Col. Andrew Cole, Fort Riley garrison commander, said that active duty military personnel would continue to work normal hours. Other workers throughout the area were facing uncertain

  • I Wonder | October 01, 2013

    Why’s road work on Bluemont taking so long?

    Wonder1

    Q: Why is the project on Bluemont Avenue taking so long? A: Because it’s a road project. Duh! They always seem to take forever, especially if they foul up your daily commute, right? In this particular case, there are some contributing factors, according to

  • Local |Government, Politics | October 01, 2013

    Designs for road projects approved

    Pottawatomie County Commissioners Monday approved engineering design agreements for improvement projects to Green Valley Road and Harvest Road in the southwest portion of the county. The commission approved an agreement with BG Consultants for design of the Green Valley Rd. project, which will begin at


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