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  • Area Schools | November 17, 2013

    Eisenhower MS splits with Shawnee Heights

    The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade girls basketball team split with Shawnee Heights on Thursday afternoon.  The A team won 37-14. Cailey Perkins scored a game-high 15 points for the Eagles. Therriana Pittman scored six, Maggie Morgan, Tessa Irvine, Mackenzie Pease and Hana Tamura all

  • Area Schools | November 17, 2013

    Anthony MS splits with Washburn Rural

    The Anthony Middle School eighth grade girls basketball team split a pair of games with Washburn Rural on Thursday. The A Team defeated Washburn Rural 26-22 to improve to 3-1 on the season. Kenzie Smith led the charge with 11 points and five rebounds. Megan Klug

  • Golf | November 17, 2013

    K-State women’s golf signs two for 2014-15

    The Kansas State women’s golf team announced the signing of two golfers to National Letters of Intent Wednesday, as Chandler Gallagher and Connie Jaffrey will join the Wildcats for the 2014-15 season. “I am excited and proud to add Chandler and Connie to the

  • Area Schools | November 17, 2013

    MCC volleyball into semis

    The Manhattan Christian College volleyball team had its season come to an end on Saturday morning, as the Crusaders lost in three sets (20-25, 23-25, 19-25) to Clearwater Christian College, which has won seven straight NCCAA National Tournaments.  This closes out one of the

  • Football | November 17, 2013

    Cats spoil Patterson’s homecoming

    TCU coach Gary Patterson’s return to Manhattan went awry on one play. Leading Kansas State 28-27 in the fourth quarter, the TCU coach mistakenly sent quarterback Trevone Boykin out to return a punt from the Wildcats. But Boykin’s No. 2 jersey matched that of

  • Editorials | November 17, 2013

    There’s plenty left to Thanksgiving

    You might have noticed that Black Friday isn’t what it once, or at least isn’t where it once was on the calendar. Not long ago it was the day after Thanksgiving, so named, the story goes, because that’s the day cash registers

  • Columns | November 17, 2013

    Medicaid mishandling shameful

    It’s rare that one can: (1) do good in policy terms; (2) do well financially; and (3) morally stand on the side of the angels. Gov. Sam Brownback and the Kansas Legislature had just this opportunity earlier this year, and they blew it. The state could have

  • Letters | November 17, 2013

    Support local economy; shop at local merchants

    To the Editor This holiday season, as larger corporate and Internet retailers continue to ask consumers to chase discounts on cheaply manufactured products, we invite our community to experience the better total values offered by our locally owned retailers. What sets them apart are quality

  • Columns | November 17, 2013

    Obama must be wary in dealings with Iran

    The recent meetings in Geneva involving the United States, Russia, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, China and Iran raise a number of thoughts. To begin with, negotiations are difficult undertakings, especially when seven countries are involved. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry put it

  • Arts, Leisure | November 17, 2013

    Andy Frasco, Not a Planet, Jazz Brunch and more

    Hunger Aid 2013: K-State/Manhattan Food Packaging Event, 1-5 pm. Sponsored by Alpha Zeta Agricultural Honorary. National Guard Amory, 721 Levee Drive.   Manhattan Arts Center presents “A Few Good Men,” 2 p.m. Directed by Brent Sigman. Read to Dogs, 2-4 p.m. Manhattan Public Library Storytime Room.


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