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  • Researcher finds exercise helps cancer treatments

    A Kansas State University researcher has found that fast-walking or light jogging on a regular basis can improve cancer treatments. Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology Brad Behnke has found a link between moderate exercise and better recoveries in cancer patients. .

  • Arts calendar includes ‘Sinatra,’ university choirs in Kansas City

    Finish off the semester by enjoying the arts at Kansas State University. Events listed are sponsored by the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art; the School Music, Theatre, and Dance; and the McCain Performance Series. Admission is free and open .


    Lillian Louise Rowe, 89, died Saturday, May 2, 2015, in Overbrook. Complete obituary information is pending and will be announced by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Home..


    Mona Ruth Padgett, 85, of Manhattan, died Monday, May 4, 2015, at Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan. She was born July 18, 1929, in Altus, Arkansas, and had been a Manhattan resident since 1950. Complete obituary and service information will be announced later by the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen .

  • Heavy rains cause flooding in Manhattan

    A number of cars were stranded or covered completely by flood waters on Monday after heavy rain and thunderstorms hit Manhattan. The National Weather Service reported 3-6 inches in some places, causing flooding from Manhattan Town Center to the K-State .

  • Suspect named in Aggieville shooting Shooting a1.phatch

    Police have named the man arrested connection with a shooting in Aggieville early Sunday morning that injured two people. Mark Self Jr., 31, of Manhattan, reportedly fired a gun just after 1 a.m. near the 600 block of North 12th Street, according .

  • Early childhood educator retiring after 37 years at Hoeflin Neighbor2.phatch

    The Hoeflin Stone House on the campus of Kansas State University has been around since 1866. Over the years, the building has served many roles, ranging from a family homestead to the university’s poultry husbandry department. But since 1978, the building .

  • City to hear revised Islamic Center plan

    The Manhattan City Commission again will consider rezoning the Islamic Center of Manhattan’s land for a proposed apartment complex. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall. The Islamic Center wants to rezone its land from a .

  • K-State announces graduation activities

    Nearly 3,400 Kansas State University students will celebrate the completion of their degrees at commencement ceremonies May 15 and May 16 on the university’s campus in Manhattan. The class of 2015 is the 148th to graduate from Kansas State University since the first .

  • Wamego beats own Sampler Festival record

    After setting an attendance record during last year’s Kansas Sampler Festival, Wamego this year broke its own record, exceeding 12,000 visitors for the first time in the event’s 26-year history. Festival director Michelle Crisler, speaking before the Riley County .

  • Pianist Dobrzanski brings library series to a close Ben.nyberg

    Pianist Slawomir Dobrzanski, assisted briefly by reader Deepak Prem Subramony, presented a program of works by Mozart, Chopin, Komitas, and Liszt for a near capacity Hemisphere Room audience Friday evening, May 1, to conclude the 2014-2015 KSU Library Chamber Music concert .

  • Cameron: Royals-Tigers split means very little right now Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — So the mighty, four-time division champ Tigers have come and gone. And what we do know? Anything new? Nah, because tough as it might be to accept in this age of instant gratification, baseball remains a marathon .


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