• Snyder, Mora address coaching futures

    SAN ANTONIO — Bill Snyder said he has no idea how much longer he’ll continue to coach and Jim Mora left the door wide open as to how long he’ll remain head coach at UCLA. Both topics highlighted the .

  • Walk-on program fueling Wildcats’ success

    SAN ANTONIO — Ryan Mueller, Jonathan Truman, B.J. Finney and Randall Evans will all be playing their final game for Kansas State on Friday when the 11th-ranked Wildcats meet No. 14 UCLA in the Alamo Bowl. The senior foursome has much .

  • Waters chases dream of reaching NFL

    SAN ANTONIO — An undersized quarterback from Purdue beat Kansas State the last time the Wildcats played in the Alamo Bowl. Now Jake Waters, who will lead No. 11 K-State against No. 14 UCLA in Friday’s Alamo Bowl, is being compared to .

  • K-State trio looks for win over UCLA in final game

    SAN ANTONIO — After 236 receptions and more than 3,500 yards and 27 touchdowns, everyone knows Tyler Lockett is Kansas State’s biggest target offensively. Defenses scout Lockett, try to find his weaknesses, try to contain him and try to keep the ball out .

  • 5 arrested in Ogden drug bust

    Police executed three warrants and arrested five people in connection with drug activity Tuesday morning in Ogden. According to a press release from the Riley County Police Department, three warrants were simultaneously executed at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the 200 block .

  • Judge lowers bond for man facing multiple drug charges

    A Manhattan man who faces six drug charges was granted a bond reduction Tuesday in court. Connor Yeager, 19, appeared Tuesday afternoon in Riley County Court via live video stream from the Riley County Jail. Judge William Malcolm reduced his bond $10,000 .

  • Manhattan man files for USD 378 board

    Tom Richard of Manhattan filed to run for a Riley County USD 378 school board at-large position on Tuesday. Richard has occupied the seat since August, replacing an outgoing member, Dan Thomsom, who resigned to comply with the district’s nepotism .

  • Preliminary hearing set in August rape case

    The preliminary hearing for a Fort Riley soldier facing a rape charge in connection with an August incident appeared in Riley County District Court Tuesday. Spc. Sean Wedgwood, 22, was arrested on a warrant for an Aug. 30 rape of a woman .

  • Bond reduced for man who damaged 2 stores

    A Marysville man accused of wrecking a vehicle into two Manhattan businesses Dec. 26 was granted reduced bond in Pottawatomie County court Tuesday. Jason Butler, 36, faces eight charges, including DUI and abuse of toxic vapors, after allegedly driving a ’96 Buick Century .

  • K-State fans remember Alamo in San Antonio Alamobowlcolor.phatch

    SAN ANTONIO — Wildcat fans trickled into San Antonio this week, dotting the city with purple as they saw the sights ahead of Friday’s bowl game. Many were headed to see the Alamo on Tuesday. The landmark, a former mission .

  • Rep. Highland expects appeal, formula change to school funding

    A three-judge district court panel said Tuesday that the state must boost its aid to Kansas schools by hundreds of millions of dollars a year, but the incoming chairman of the Kansas House Education Committee believes more time in court .


    Longtime K-State Recreational Services director Raydon H. Robel, 72, of Manhattan, died Sunday, Dec. 28, 2014, at Mercy Regional Heath Center in Manhattan. The family provided the following information. Raydon was born Feb. 7, 1942, in Great Bend to Howard and Elsa Robel. He was .


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