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  • QB Hubener could give Wildcats’ run game a boost Ksufb8 sfa.phatch

    Ask yourself just how much you know about Joe Hubener. Probably not very much and that’s OK. Kansas State’s backup quarterback doesn’t even have a bio in the school’s official media guide. Zilch. Sure, Hubener’s .

  • Wildcats roll in opener Ksumbb23.phatch

    When Southern Utah pulled within eight points of Kansas State at halftime on Friday, Bruce Weber was reliving memories of last year’s season-opening loss to Northern Colorado. But the Wildcats used a 22-2 run in the second half to .

  • Mittie collects first victory at K-State Wbb5.phatch

    The first one is in the books for Jeff Mittie. Kansas State opened the women’s basketball season with a business-like effort against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Friday night, controlling from the tip and never looking back on its way to an 81.

  • Local author writes personal account of son’s suicide

    This first book by a gifted local author is the searing account of her journey to understand her son’s death by suicide. This is both intensely personal and also immensely profound and full of wisdom and potential for helping .

  • Ready for fun? Celebrate ‘Kansas Reads to Preschoolers Week’ Laura Ransom

    “Kansas Reads to Preschoolers Week” is an annual event that promotes reading to all Kansas children from birth through age five. Parents, librarians, and caregivers are encouraged to read the chosen book during the week of Nov. 16-22. I am .

  • ‘Hostess’ answers all the party questions

    Family, friends and co-workers who love to cook and socialize could be entertaining company during the holidays. Whether it’s a party of two, eight, 15 or 30, they can acquire some sensible guidelines and etiquette from Susan Spungen’s “What’s .

  • New Grisham novel tackles coal industry

    As in his novel “Runaway Jury,” in which John Grisham exposed the deceit of the tobacco industry, Grisham’s “Gray Mountain”  portrays the Appalachian coal industry as a moneymaking machine that is destroying the pristine beauty of the mountains .

  • K-State equestrian downed by top-ranked Baylor

    The second-ranked Kansas State equestrian team hoped to bounce back from its first loss of the season, but No. 1 Baylor defended its home turf on Saturday afternoon at Willis Family Equestrian Center with a 13-7 victory over the Wildcats.  .

  • CivicPlus hires four employees

    CivicPlus has hired four employees. Caitlyn Palmer is a business development associate on the marketing team. Palmer has worked at Emire, Inc. in the marketing department. She attended K-State, working for a Bachelor of Science from 2010 to 2013. She is expected .

  • AIB names food safety director

    Lance Reeve has been named director of Food Safety Services Innovation at AIB International. He replaces Stephanie Lopez, who was recently promoted to President of AIBI Certification Services. In his new role, he is part of a global executive leadership .

  • Weary Davis law firm hires attorney

    Tad B. Ruliffson has joined Weary Davis, L.C. law firm as an associate attorney at its Manhattan office. Ruliffson grew up in Hays and attended Kansas State University, earning a Bachelor of Science in accounting in 1997. Before attending law .

  • Grace’s Asian Fusion celebrates anniversary

    Grace’s Asian Fusion Cafe, 1319 Anderson Ave., is celebrating its one-year anniversary with three new menu items: Taiwanese dan dan noodles; curry chicken rice bowl; and roast pork with roast egg rice bowl. The speicals will be available Sunday nights, .






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