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  • 2 days of improv, ‘Footloose’ Dustin Lynch and more

    To honor the man known as the “Father of Modern Day Improv,” K-State’s On the Spot Improv troupe created “DelFestopia” to celebrate Del Close, a Manhattan native. On the Spot will be hosting a two-day improv festival, featuring The .

  • Weber says changes were needed

    From an outside perspective, the situation within the Kansas State men’s basketball might appear beyond grim. But K-State coach Bruce Weber remains optimistic about his program after making changes he said had to be made. Since the conclusion of .

  • K-State volleyball schedule announced

    Featuring 11 home matches and non-conference tournaments at Miami, Middle Tennessee and Creighton, Kansas State’s 2015 volleyball schedule was announced Wednesday. Coming off their third NCAA tournament appearance in the last four years, the Wildcats open their season on Aug. 28 with .

  • K-State women’s golf ready for Big 12 Championship

    The Kansas State women’s golf team will travel to San Antonio, Texas, to open play in the Big 12 Championship on Friday at the par-72 6,333-yard Dominion Country Club. K-State will tee off at 10 a.m. on Friday and will .

  • Mustang baseball sweeps St. Marys

    The Rock Creek baseball team went on the road on Monday for a pair of games at St. Marys, sweeping the Bears 12-5 and 9-0. In Game 1, the Mustangs fought back from a 4-3 deficit to take the lead in .

  • Rock Creek JV softball sweeps St. Marys

    The Rock Creek junior varsity team swept St. Marys on Tuesday, winning a close first game 7-6 before defeating the Bears, 14-9, in Game 2. Rock Creek and St. Marys exchanged the lead eight times in Game 1, but the Mustangs ended .

  • K-State names Vet Med dean

    K-State’s new dean of veterinary medicine has an NBAF-related background. Effective Aug. 2, Tammy Beckham will assume the position, succeeding Ralph Richardson, who has served as dean since 1998 and will transition to a faculty position in the college. Beckham is .

  • Soldiers seek new opportunities at Fort Riley hiring fair Fair2.phatch

    FORT RILEY — The room bustled with activity Wednesday morning as employers mingled with hundreds of soldiers looking for jobs at Fort Riley’s annual Hiring Heroes career fair. Some employers lined their tables with posters, brochures and trinkets, while others .

  • Kaw tribe returning to Council Grove

    For the first time in 142 years, Kanza Indians will dance on their own land in Kansas. On Saturday, members of the Kaw Nation are scheduled to perform native dances under a dance arbor at the Allegawaho Memorial Heritage Park about 3 1/2 .

  • McCulloh says ‘balanced’ group ready to address city’s needs

    The Manhattan City Commission is a “very balanced” group, according to Mayor Karen McCulloh. “I think we’re in good shape to make sure the local government in Manhattan is responsive, productive and proactive,” McCulloh said Tuesday. McCulloh is the .

  • Dam tour includes catfish, spillway gates Tuttledam.phatch

    The main purpose of Tuttle Creek Dam is flood control, but with about 500,000 annual recreational visitors to the lake, Greg Wurst fields a lot of questions about fish. “I’ll just address this in case you haven’t heard yet .

  • Committee looks at book fees, thermostat settings

    Among suggestions a USD 383 budget committee could recommend to the Manhattan-Ogden school board as ways to save money include increasing student fees for textbooks and parking, and making classroom thermostat settings less flexible. The USD 383 Budget Advisory Steering Committee continued .


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