Third-year interior architecture and product design students at Kansas State University’s College of Architecture, Planning & Design have put their design skills on exhibition. The students have worked for the last five weeks with Manhattan’s Flint Hills Discovery Center to define “Biodiversity in
At Hays, Riley County opened with a tough task at the Hays City Shootout, falling in the first round, 79-37. With the loss, the Falcons went into the consolation side of the bracket and played DeSoto today.
Food has a history, and we have a history with food. A new Kansas State University class sheds light on where our nation’s food comes from, our own individual food heritage and why we choose to eat what we eat. History of Food in
We won’t try to match the rhetoric of some of the world’s leaders reflecting on the life of Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday at age 95. Instead, we’ll marvel at the man and at his long struggle against apartheid, the official and brutal
At Hays, Madison and Makayla Vargo combined for 26 points as Riley County won its opening game of the Hays City Shootout 54-27 over host-team Hays. The Falcons jumped on the Indians early, leading 16-2 after the first quarter. By halftime, Riley County pushed its lead
At Randolph, Washington County proved to be too much for Blue Valley on Thursday, as the Rams got smacked, 62-31. Washington County eased to a 20-5 lead after the first quarter, and led 28-11 at halftime.
All my life I have heard “Give diplomacy a chance.” I am 68 years old and a Vietnam veteran. Let’s list all these times, if I can remember them all, when we heard “Give diplomacy a chance.” I am sure I’ll miss some. 1. North
The Kansas State men’s basketball team overcame poor shooting performances all around on Thursday to beat Ole Miss 61-58 at Bramlage Coliseum. The Wildcats (5-3) made just 55 percent of their free throws and shot 36 percent from the field. Thomas Gipson led the way with 15
The USD 383 school board decided Wednesday to end the district’s contract with its virtual school provider. The board voted unanimously to stop using K12 Inc. for iQ Academy Kansas – the district’s online education program for students in grades 7 through 12 – when the contract expires
FORT RILEY — An old tradition is being revived at this famous post. The fort’s commanders are re-emphasizing the sound and meaning of bugle-call reveille and retreat with new practices that began Monday. The daily routines will affect both soldiers and civilians at the beginning
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