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  • Ostermann doing his part to fight prostate cancer Newman coach brian.phatch

    It’s now December and Brian Ostermann isn’t sure if he’ll keep his goatee a while longer or not. But one thing the Kansas State women’s basketball associate head coach does know is why he grew it .

  • Nelson catches TD in win over Patriots

    Jordy Nelson helped the Green Bay Packers secure a 26-21 win over the New England Patriots on Sunday with a big catch in the second quarter. The cover boy of Sports Illustrated hauled in a 45-yard touchdown pass with 14 seconds .

  • McCrane named Big 12 Player of the Week

    Kansas State redshirt-freshman kicker Matthew McCrane has been named the Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week, following the Wildcats’ 51-13 victory over Kansas, the conference office announced today. The honor is the first in McCrane’s career and the .

  • Big 12 to cover full cost of attendance

    The Big 12 Conference Board of Directors announced a series of measures today it hopes will further ensure the success of its student-athletes on the field, in the classroom, and in life. Enacted to address the modern day challenges of being .

  • State’s tallest Christmas tree illuminates Blue Earth Plaza Tree3.phatch

    Hundreds of people traveled to “Whoville” on Friday night to witness the lighting of the state’s tallest Christmas tree. The 65-foot-tall manufactured tree served as the Blue Earth Plaza centerpiece for the second annual Festival of Lights ceremony. After .

  • Where do students go at halftime?

    Q: I have season tickets to the K-State football games and sit on the west side. I have noticed that every game a large number of premium student seats on the east side goes unused during the second half. Where .

  • Father, daughter who share love of art featured at MAC’s Wrap it Up Wrapit.phatch

    Growing up, Rachel Fontenot always had access to art supplies. “I was exposed to a lot of stuff,” she said. “We always had some tool.” The early exposure to art came mostly from her father and elementary school art teacher, .

  • Unfortunately, sometimes being good isn’t good enough Brian mug.phatch

    Unfortunately, sometimes being good isn’t good enough It’s almost December, which means it’s almost 2015. I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions, but I maintain the same goals every year: don’t get arrested, don’t .

  • It’s not the truth Sen. Graham wants

    Maybe U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, knows something about the September 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that no one else knows. It’s hard otherwise to understand why he condemned the House .

  • County should scrap public building commission

    To the Editor: I have followed for some time the interest of some of Riley County commissioners in creating a public building commission to be controlled by the same commissioners with an advisory committee composed of members the commissioners would .

  • Discovery Center shows the folly of liberal thinking

    To the Editor: Remember when all the city bluebloods stood before the Manhattan City Commission and this newspaper clamored for approval of the Flint Hills Discovery Center? The Chamber of Commerce, university and influential citizens told us it was a .

  • Records fall as Wildcats rout Kansas Fb1.phatch

    There’s just something about playing Kansas that seems to cure all ills, and 11th-ranked Kansas State took full advantage Saturday, beating up on the Jayhawks for an easy 51-13 victory at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Tyler Lockett broke a .







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