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  • Local |Kansas State University | October 15, 2014

    K-State engineering team wins second international competition

    Architectural engineering students at Kansas State University are proving they know what it takes to make a building more comfortable and energy efficient by winning the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system selection category at ASHRAE’s international design competition for the second year in a

  • Obituaries | October 15, 2014

    JAMES ALLEN MILLER

    James Allen Miller, 61, of Junction City,  died Monday, Oct. 13, 2014, at Stormont-Vail Healthcare in Topeka. The family provided the following information. James was born on Nov. 30, 1952 in Flagler, Colo., the son of Robert Maxwell and Betty (Grill) Miller. He was married to Carol Miles in 2000

  • Obituaries | October 15, 2014

    WAYNE E. WACHSNICHT

    Wayne E. Wachsnicht, 64, of Bllue Rapids, died at his home Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Karen, of the home, his mother Dorothy Wachsnicht of Westmoreland; a daughter, Amy Young and husband James of Westmoreland; three sons: Trent Wachsnicht and wife Heather of Edmond, Okla.;

  • Movies | October 15, 2014

    ‘The Judge’ doesn’t render decision on some mysteries

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    Here’s an example of the sort of mistake I made while watching the new movie “The Judge.” The title character, played by Robert Duval, is being tried for murder in a small town Indiana court. Defending him is his middle son Hank (Robert Downey

  • Movies | October 15, 2014

    Review: ‘Dracula Untold’ action better fit for TV pilot

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    Most moviegoers are familiar with the story of Vlad Dracul because of his name’s association with Bram Stoker’s book “Dracula” and more the 1992 movie “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” starring Gary Oldman as the original vampire. Twenty-two years after that take on the Dracula

  • Football | October 15, 2014

    Wildcats out to prove something against OU

    Kansas State beat the Sooners in Norman, Okla., two years ago, 24-19. Though impressive at the time — the Wildcats first win at Oklahoma since 1997 — that victory will mean nothing when the two teams line up this Saturday for a nationally televised matchup on ESPN at 11

  • Men's Basketball | October 15, 2014

    Transfers give K-State depth

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When Bruce Weber heard Justin Edwards was looking to transfer from Maine, they had to give him a look. Kansas State already had an incoming freshman class that included promising prospect Marcus Foster when Weber took a plane to a place in

  • Volleyball |Manhattan High School | October 15, 2014

    Schroll signs with K-State

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    The Kansas State volleyball team will add a dose of hometown flavor with the Tuesday afternoon signing of Manhattan High senior Kelsey Schroll. “It’s been my dream to play in the Big 12,” Schroll said. “Especially as a hometown girl, playing at K-State should be

  • Volleyball | October 15, 2014

    No. 25 K-State volleyball heads to TCU

    After a weekend off and a new Top-25 ranking, the Kansas State volleyball team is set to hit the road for Fort Worth, Texas, for a match tonight against TCU. “I thought we looked fresh (Monday),” said K-State coach Suzie Fritz, the day her Wildcats

  • Golf | October 15, 2014

    K-State men tie for 2nd in Kansas City

    OVERLAND PARK — The Kansas State men’s golf team finished in a tie for second place, alongside Denver, after carding a 31-over 607 after the final two rounds of the Bill Ross Intercollegiate at the Milburn Country Club on Tuesday. Sophomore Connor Knabe shot a 4-over 148


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