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  • Baseball | March 02, 2014

    Busch pitches K-State to 11-1 victory

    ABILENE, Texas — Kansas State starting pitcher Landon Busch tossed his first-career complete game to lead the Wildcats past Grand Canyon, 11-1, on Saturday morning in the first game of a day-night doubleheader at Crutcher Scott Field. Busch, who had never pitched more than four innings

  • Tennis | March 02, 2014

    K-State tennis loses fourth straight match

    NEW YORK — The Kansas State tennis team lost its fourth straight match on Saturday, as No. 43 Memphis defeated the Wildcats, 4-0, at the Savitt Tennis Center. With the loss, K-State is now 5-5 this season. The morning’s match between the Wildcats and Tigers used

  • Equestrian | March 02, 2014

    KSU equestrian tops No. 5 Bayor

    After dropping a road meet at No. 5 Baylor earlier this season, the seventh-ranked Kansas State equestrian team got a measure of revenge with a 11-9 win over the Bears on Friday at Timbercreek Stables in Manhattan. Seniors Cat Avolese and Emily Stockford took home Most

  • Golf | March 02, 2014

    K-State men’s golf heads to California

    The Kansas State men’s golf team will travel to the west coast for the second time in as many weeks to compete in the 2014 Del Walker Intercollegiate on Monday and Tuesday at the par-70, 6,582-yard Virginia Country Club in Long Beach, Calif. Monday’s

  • Local |Kansas State University | March 01, 2014

    New initiative combines arts, sciences for Konza Prairie study

    As home to the Konza Prairie Biological Station and located in the Flint Hills, which includes the largest remaining area of unplowed tallgrass prairie in North America, Kansas State University is a major hub of research on the important prairie ecosystem. Now this research is

  • Local |Business | March 01, 2014

    New Boston Creative Group adds two team members

    New Boston Creative Group LLC welcomes two new team members: graphic designer Tammy Irvine and office assistant Andi Washburn. Irvine has 26 years of experience in the art industry. Originally from Castle Rock, Colo., she earned her bachelor’s degree in fine arts with a minor

  • Obituaries | March 01, 2014


    Marcia Ann Boese, 85, of Leonardville, died Feb. 25 at the Leonardville Nursing Home. Marcia was born on Feb. 17, 1929, in Lawrence, to the late William and Susan (Gallagher) Hail. On August 29, 1953, in Lawrence, Marcia married the love of her life, Ken Boese. She was a member of

  • Gardening | March 01, 2014

    It’s time to take spring veggie plants outside


    My broccoli plants I started under florescent lights are growing to a transplanting stage. Mid-March is the earliest I could put the small plants outside. They will need to get acclimated to outdoor growing conditions of wind and temperature changes. There is a window of 30

  • Columns | March 01, 2014

    Obama badly needs a realistic foreign policy

    Our foreign policy is bankrupt. Leaders around the world who once respected and even feared us now hold the United States in contempt. Our allies would not use such terms, but it is clear that most of them have ceased to count on American leadership.

  • March 01, 2014

    Southeast Kansas man’s business plan? Go nuts

    Completely Nuts. Does that sound like an unusual name for business? Today we’ll learn about a young entrepreneur who is involved in several enterprises, but one is focused on a very specific line of products: In fact, the product line is nuts only. Ben

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