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  • Books | November 10, 2013

    Poet remembers furry friends

    Anyone who has ever loved a dog will be smitten with Mary Oliver’s “Dog Songs.” Anyone who has never been around dogs to experience the pleasure of their company might not realize what they are missing, and that would deeply disappoint Oliver. In this

  • Books | November 10, 2013

    Library cookbooks offer wide fall food selection

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    Time to ward off the autumn chill with some simple, soul-satisfying home cooking — soups, stews, one-pot cooking, comfort foods, and slow-cooker meals. Full of the flavors of the season, this is cooking that fills the house with delicious aromas and anticipation of the meal ahead.&

  • Manhattan High School | November 10, 2013

    MHS soccer finishes as state runner-up

    JUNCTION CITY — Regardless of sport or season, for every state champion, there is a runner-up. That’s the gloomy reality for the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team, which capped its most successful season in school history with a two-week playoff run that culminated in a

  • Volleyball | November 10, 2013

    K-State volleyball sweeps WVU

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    The Kansas State volleyball team was firing on all cylinders as they swept West Virginia 25-13, 25-15, 25-14, Saturday night in Ahearn Field House.  “We played extremely well in all phases,” head coach Suzie Fritz said. “We stayed low-error, which is true to who

  • Football | November 10, 2013

    Behind Hubert, Cats run past Texas Tech

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    LUBBOCK, Texas — John Hubert’s slow start to the season is clearly in his rearview mirror. On Saturday, everyone was in his rearview mirror, as the senior ran Kansas State to a decisive 49-26 rout of No. 25 Texas Tech at Jones AT&T Stadium.

  • Manhattan High School | November 10, 2013

    Indians rally for 5OT playoff win at Maize

    MAIZE — There was a point early in the fourth quarter when the emotions of Friday’s playoff football game against Maize almost got the best of the Manhattan Indians. With their wheels spinning on offense and facing fourth-and-35 deep in their own territory, the Indians

  • Tennis | November 10, 2013

    St. Hill, Bago win at Thunderbird Invite

    TEMPE, Arizona — Kansas State women’s tennis secured a pair of singles wins on Saturday at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational at the Whiteman Tennis Center. Junior Amina St. Hill tallied a hard fought three-set win over Sara Remynse of Michigan, 6-4, 6-7 (2), 6-1 in the

  • November 10, 2013

    K-State names first sports nutritionist

    Scott Trausch, who has spent the past five years at the University of Nebraska, has been named K-State’s first full-time sports nutritionist, department officials announced today. With the completion of the new Ahearn Fund Student-Athlete Performance Table at the West Stadium Center, all Wildcat

  • Manhattan High School | November 10, 2013

    MHS soccer upsets Olathe East on Friday

    JUNCTION CITY — It was 30 minutes after the game was over and Manhattan boys soccer head coach Frank Alonso still couldn’t believe how well his team played. The Indians shocked top-seeded Olathe East 2-0 inside Al Simpler Stadium Friday evening, earning a berth in Saturday’

  • Local |Business | November 10, 2013

    Sink, Gordon and Associates promotes Manhattan CPA

    Scott Lake, certified public accountant, has been promoted to senior manager. Lake is a graduate of Kansas State University and has been with the firm since 1998. Lake specializes in small business, corporate and partnership taxation, employee benefit plans, sales tax and nonprofits. He is a


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