• K-State pulls away with big run Ksuwbb50.phatch

    With seven days between games and all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, Kansas State women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie saw this one coming. In the first half of K-State’s matchup with Samford, the Wildcats came .

  • K-State set to tackle Bruins’ balanced offense

    SAN ANTONIO — As is the case with almost every prolific offense, UCLA’s quarterback gets most of the attention. Brett Hundley certainly has the numbers to back it up with more than 3,000 yards and 21 touchdowns passing, while completing better than 70 .

  • Nate Jackson to get start at safety

    SAN ANTONIO — Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder always uses the extended practice time leading up to the bowl game to get younger players ready for the next year. Though that was certainly the case this past month as well, .

  • 2014 sales tax sets record at $10.54M

    Manhattan reached a record high in sales tax collection in 2014, according to the city’s December sales tax report. In 2014, the city collected $10.72 million in sales taxes, besting the previous record high of $10.54 million set in 2012 by 1.7 percent. It was .

  • Sears Hometown to open in January Sears.phatch

    Close one Sears, and another shall take its place. Sears Hometown Store, which sells appliances, tools and seasonal items, will open early next year at 8055 E. U.S. 24, next to Feldkamp’s Furniture. Rusty Goodmiller, manager of the local store, .

  • K-State players receive love from whales at Sea World Seaworld.phatch

    SAN ANTONIO — Alamo Bowl players got some love from beluga whales during a visit to Sea World on Tuesday morning. Despite temperatures of about 44 degrees, a group of players from the K-State and UCLA football teams donned wetsuits and got .

  • Commission still exploring purchase of former clinic

    Facilities and money occupied a brief morning session of the Pottawatomie County Commission Monday. Following a 30-minute executive session to discuss the acquisition of property, the commission approved two motions: to direct Administrator Robert Reece and Counselor John Watt to .

  • Riley man first to file for USD 378 board

    Glen R. Hawkins of Riley filed on Monday for an open seat on the USD 378 school board. Hawkins, a retireed U.S. Army officer, previously ran for the Kansas House of Representatives for the 64th District. He and Kathy Martin .

  • Three men arraigned in October kidnappings

    Three of four Manhattan men facing kidnapping and robbery charges in an apparent drug deal gone bad were arraigned Monday afternoon in Riley County court. Though he remained silent, Kaywaun Washington, 25, pleaded not guilty to his two charges of aggravated .

  • Safe skies, deadly skies

    If you lost a loved one in a commercial plane crash this year, airline safety statistics are little more than numbers. For what it’s worth, this has been both a deadlier and a safer year than most others. The .

  • Kansas is right to fight back

    The Obama administration is on a crusade against our state’s energy policies — and Kansas is fighting back. When the administration announced earlier this year that it would force us to slash our greenhouse gas emissions, our state quickly sued .

  • Walker impressed by KC’s Houston

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — From his perspective on the San Diego Chargers’ sideline, Reggie Walker could only marvel at Kansas City Chiefs’ linebacker Justin Houston. During San Diego’s season-ending 19-7 setback to the Chiefs on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium, Houston .


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