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  • Baseball | May 03, 2014

    K-State Blanked by TCU, 5-0, in Series Opener

    FORT WORTH, Texas - The K-State baseball team was shut out by TCU’s Preston Morrison in a complete game effort as the Wildcats lost 5-0 to the Horned Frogs on Friday at Lupton Stadium. The Wildcats (23-23, 4-12 Big 12) had seven hits against the

  • Court Calendar | May 03, 2014

    Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, May 5, 2014 9:00 – JWG 9:00   Blea, Derek   Intermediate Sanction Hrg (12 CR 546)  JJC   III 9:00   Burd, Akwete   Status (14 CR 224 Violation of PO, etc)  BCF   III 9:00   Decann, Nicholas   Status (14 CR 164 Poss MJ, DUI [1st])  KSL   III 9:00   DeWitt,

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 02, 2014

    Daughter of Holocaust survivor describes her parents’ courtship

    Julie Kohner’s mother not only survived four concentration camps during the Holocaust, but in 1953, she was the first person to talk about her experience on national television. Kohner, a Holocaust educator and Jewish history scholar from Los Angeles, came to Kansas State University on

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency |Business | May 02, 2014

    Wilson, RCPD call truce

    Rusty Wilson and Riley County Police Department administrators appear prepared to put their disputes over alcohol violation enforcement procedures at Wilson’s bars behind them. Wilson, owner of Aggieville establishments Kite’s Grille and Bar and Rusty’s Mexican Grill, spoke to the Riley County

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 02, 2014

    Beer at Bramlage: Students propose solutions to problems they see at KSU

    Six K-State students seeking policy changes spoke to their peers Thursday in the Leadership Studies Building to gain support for their proposed solutions. Travis Smith, communications studies instructor, said this class project started in the 1980s with Phil Anderson, a former KSU speech communications professor.

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 02, 2014

    Florida couple gives $3M to K-State

    Kansas State University received a $3 million gift from two of its alumni, David and Ellie Everitt of Marco Island, Fla. David Everitt is a native of Concordia and is a 1975 graduate with a degree in industrial engineering. He is a member of the college’s

  • Local |Government & Politics | May 02, 2014

    Swanson seeks husband’s seat in Kansas House

    Susie Swanson, wife of state Rep. Vern Swanson, R-Clay Center, is making her bid for his 64th District seat. Vern, who was elected in 2006, said in March that he wouldn’t seek reelection in November. The 64th District started to include portions of Manhattan in 2012

  • Local |Business | May 02, 2014

    Taste of Downtown tickets on sale

    An evening of dining and charity in downtown awaits. That is if you can get a ticket. The inaugural Taste of Downtown will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 20. Downtown Manhattan Inc. and the Little Apple Optimist Club created this event. Similar to

  • Baseball | May 02, 2014

    Cats still fighting to salvage season

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    It’s easy to remember just a season ago, when the Kansas State baseball team was the darling of the Big 12 and had its most storied year in program history. But it’s also easy to forget the year K-State had in 2012 — the first losing

  • Baseball | May 02, 2014

    Kivett named Academic All-District

    Kansas State senior second baseman and center fielder Ross Kivett was named to the Capital One Academic All-District Team as one of four infielders for District 7, the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced. It is the first time in Kivett’s four years


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