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  • Clinkscales adding depth to Cats’ D-Line Ksufb98.phatch

    When Terrell Clinkscales switched his commitment from Nebraska to Kansas State last fall, Husker fans thought they had just lost the second coming of Ndamukong Suh. Though Clinkscales signed with the Wildcats with much fanfare — rightfully so after being ranked .

  • K-State looks to continue road success at ISU

    After kicking off the second half of its Big 12 schedule with a win Saturday, the 22nd-ranked Kansas State volleyball team will have its road mettle tested with two conference trips in three days starting tonight at Iowa State. First serve .

  • K-State patron Beach dies at 94

    Marianna Kistler Beach, patron of the arts and the namesake of Kansas State University’s art museum, died Saturday at age 94. Beach, who grew up in Manhattan and was a K-State graduate, died at her home in Lawrence. The museum, .

  • Is coach a staunch Republican?

    Q: Dude, is Snyder a hardcore Republican? A: It seems fair to assume two things. That: 1. By “Dude,” you’re referring to the seasoned, rather stiff writer of this distinguished column, not some movie character played by Jeff Bridges; and 2. .

  • Snyder ad still airing

    A political advertisement featuring K-State football coach Bill Snyder was still running on Monday, despite campaign officials’ promise that it wouldn’t air later than Sunday. The commercial, which showed Snyder endorsing his long-time friend, U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts .

  • Trial begins in 2008 Leonardville murder case

    Howard Barrett barely moved Monday during the start of his trial in connection with the 2008 stabbing death of a pest exterminator.The prosecution wrapped up its case against him Tuesday morning ending with two witnesses.  There was plenty of .

  • Trial set for Ogden man in July stabbing incident

    An Ogden man was bound over for trial in Riley County District Court Monday for his role in a July stabbing incident. Johnny Cossey, 38, is scheduled for a two-day trial on Feb. 10-11 after pleading innocent to four felony charges. .

  • Board to consider higer facility use fees

    Facility use fees for Manhattan-Ogden schools could increase this year if the school board approves a proposal from USD 383 administrators. The school board will hear the issue at a 6:30 p.m. meeting Wednesday. According to agenda information, the district is .

  • Speaker urges better US engagement with South America

    Iran, Russia and China are making inroads in South America because the United States has pulled back on military and academic exchanges with the region, an expert said in an appearance in Manhattan Monday. Marina Malamud, a professor of military .

  • Horror film ‘Ouija’ offers a story than makes sense G.w.clift1

    Journeyman actress Lin Shaye may have been in more movies than anyone since the end of the studio system. Including TV movies, she’s credited with 135 already. Maybe she’s best known as the particularly stomach-turning older woman in “Kingpin.” .

  • Judge orders Kansas to let gay couples marry

    KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — A federal judge has ordered Kansas to allow same-sex couples to marry, but he delayed enforcement of the order until next week to give the state time to appeal. U.S. District Judge Daniel Crabtree issued .

  • Is pulling an ad really that difficult?

    Sen. Pat Roberts’ re-election campaign has been nothing if not relentlessly — viciously — hard-ball in criticizing independent candidate Greg Orman ever since the national Republican Party replaced Sen. Roberts’ staff after his primary victory over Dr. Milton Wolf was too close .







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