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  • Lockett to play in Senior Bowl Lockettcolor.phatch

    Kansas State’s Tyler Lockett was one of 12 players added to the Senior Bowl roster Monday, as the record-setting wide receiver will participate in the most notable collegiate all-star game next month. The Senior Bowl has invited 110 players to fill .

  • Williams leads K-State past Tigers

    When Kansas State allowed Savannah State to climb right back into the game on Sunday, it looked like the Wildcats were in for more of the same struggles that have affected them this season. But instead of wilting after the .

  • Cats rally to beat ORU, 53-47

    It took the Kansas State women’s basketball team a while to get going — 26 minutes of game time to be exact. But once it did, it was all K-State needed to pull away for a 53-47 victory over Oral Roberts .

  • K-State’s Clinkscales arrested

    Kansas State backup defensive tackle Terrell Clinkscales was arrested Sunday after a report of a domestic incident in the 600 block of Highland Ridge Drive. Clinkscales, 22, 617 Highland Ridge Drive, Apt. 6304, was arrested at about 5:30 a.m. Sunday for intimidation of a .

  • NBAF measure passes Congress

    The path to building the National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) became clearer on Saturday night. The Senate passed a $1.1 trillion spending package that included a resolution to allow the NBAF construction project to move forward, though federal funding is .

  • New ‘Exodus’ film has its share of fascinations G.w.clift1

    Last March, movie audiences were offered a chance to see a film based on the Biblical story about Noah. It ran almost three hours and added a lot of business to the Old Testament account. Now we can go see .

  • Commissioners formally adopt public building panel

    Riley County Commissioners signed a resolution Monday forming a public building commission, a panel that can approve county building projects without a public vote. No one publicly commented about the PBC at a Monday commission meeting, in contrast to protests .

  • Butler to resign from law board

    Mayor Wynn Butler plans to resign from his position on the Riley County Law Enforcement Agency Board at the Manhattan City Commission meeting Tuesday. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at City Hall. Butler’s planned resignation in a consent .

  • JULIA ‘ELLEN’ TRAVIS

    Julia “Ellen” Travis, 95, of Manhattan, died Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014, at the Frankfort Community Care Home in Frankfort. She was born on May 11, 1919, in Beattie and had been a longtime Manhattan area resident. Additional obituary and service information will be announced later .

  • LORNA C. STIGGE

    Lorna C. Stigge, 87, died on Friday, Dec. 12, 2014, at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. She died from complications of a stroke. The family provided some of the following information. Lorna was born in the family home in the Linn-Palmer .

  • Chance to work with elephants drives student in competition Neighbor.phatch

    Elephants are Rebecca Roeder’s thing for reasons unknown. “They really always have been,” she said. “I don’t really have a definitive answer why.” Through years of study, the K-State student has learned about traits she likes in them. “.

  • State moves to seal evidence in soldier’s child porn arrest

    The state has filed a motion to seal an affidavit and sworn testimony of a Fort Riley soldier held on a $5 million bond. Staff Sgt. James Henning, 40, Junction City, was arrested Nov. 25 in connection with distributing child pornography. He faces .





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