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  • A mascot isn’t the best way to honor Prentup

    To the Editor: What’s in a name? Quite a lot, actually. Even kindergartners learn to recognize names in order to honor the legacies of American icons. I should know —I was tasked with teaching them to recognize the names .

  • Support of K-State fans immensely appreciated

    To the Editor: My sincere thank-you and immense appreciation for the role you have played in providing me the opportunity to have been a part of these 200 victories. The true victory, however, is what so many of you have meant .

  • Wildcats ready for NCAA tournament

    When K-State learned Sunday night that its first opponent as it hosted the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament would be Lipscomb, head coach Susie Fritz didn’t blink. The Bisons lack no star power. On top of having .

  • Brown keeps solid year going in Wednesday’s win

    Barry Brown wasn’t entirely sure how high he jumped when he threw down a vicious dunk in transition Wednesday night. He knew his path was clear after seeing a Green Bay defender in the corner of his eye, but .

  • Amusing ‘Bad Santa 2’ will make viewer feel grungy

    D’you suppose there was a great popular demand for a sequel to “Bad Santa”? If so, why did it take 13 years for Hollywood to get around to making “Bad Santa 2”? It takes a second to get past the obvious .

  • K-State ready for No. 23 Auburn

    The tasks just keep getting tougher for the Kansas State women’s basketball team. The Wildcats (6-0) face their first ranked opponent, No. 23 Auburn (6-1), on Thursday at 7 p.m. in Bramlage Coliseum. “We just scouted them today, and pretty .

  • Wildcats bounce back with 80-61 win over Green Bay

    Kansas State didn’t look like it dwelled much on its first loss. The Wildcats used an early run to build a lead and then padded their advantage with a few more runs and tough defense in the second half .

  • MHS boys swim and dive opens season with fourth-place finish

    The Manhattan High boys swim and dive team started its season off with a splash on Wednesday. The Indians took fourth place out of 11 teams at the Topeka West Invitational. They tied Lansing with 262 points. Seaman won the meet with 447 .

  • K-State focused on finishing strong

    With the fanfare of Bill Snyder’s 200th win out of the way, Kansas State looks toward the final game of the regular season this week at TCU. K-State hasn’t beaten the Horned Frogs for two straight years but .

  • Rodriguez backs off ‘transition’ comment

    Commissioner-elect Marvin Rodriguez on Wednesday backed away from a comment he made in Monday’s Riley County Commission meeting. Rodriguez told commissioners at that meeting he would not make the transition of power a smooth one if they would not .

  • K-State reiterates assault policy

    K-State reiterated its policy related to investigating sexual assaults on Wednesday after a third woman sought earlier this week to join a lawsuit against the university. Attorneys for Crystal Stroup filed a motion requesting she be added to a lawsuit .

  • Foundation awards $224K to area youth organizations

    The YES! Fund awarded area youth programs more than $220,000 on Tuesday. The Greater Manhattan Community Foundation held its 2016 YES! Fund reception Tuesday afternoon at the Manhattan Public Library, handing 12 program representatives checks worth $224,450. In 2015, the fund awarded $234,000 to 14 organizations. Youth .





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