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  • You can’t (hardly) go wrong with new video releases G.w.clift1

    For some strange combination of reasons, June will be a swell month for movies newly released on home viewing media. There have been some months recently when “Chappie,” “Serena,” and “Project Almanac” might have been the big titles. This month .

  • Area artists to participate in art fair at Washburn

    TOPEKA — Three area artists will participate in the 23rd annual Mulvane Art Fair at Washburn University on Saturday and Sunday. Kristin Collier of Alta Vista, Pake McNally of Belvue and Judith Willingham of Manhattan will be part of the 90-plus .

  • KSU’s Launch a Business starts with kickoff event

    Entrepreneurs, mentors and College of Business Administration faculty and students came together recently to stimulate the Kansas startup economy with a kickoff event for the Kansas State University Launch a Business program. The program, which is sponsored by KS State .

  • 2 vet students place second in essay contest

    Two Kansas State University veterinary medical students recently placed in the 2015 Smithcors Student Veterinary History Essay Contest sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical History Society. The competition’s winning essays included those penned by the university’s Ellen Kim, Denver, .

  • Mittie Adds Stoglin-Reed to staff

    Kansas State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie announced Thursday the addition of Stephanie Stoglin-Reed to the staff for the 2015-16 season. Stoglin-Reed will serve as the team’s coordinator of recruiting operations. “Through the process Stephanie’s name .

  • Men’s basketball tickets go on sale June 10

    Season tickets for Kansas State’s home men’s basketball schedule in 2015-16 will go on sale Wednesday, June 10, the athletic department announced Thursday. Fans will able to purchase exclusively online at on June 10 with a .

  • K-State to launch new full digital platform

    K-State and SportsLabs — one of the nation’s leading sports technology providers — are partnering on a new, mobile/tablet applications and full digital platform, department officials announced Thursday. The platform will provide Wildcat fans with new features and .

  • MHS’ Steinbring named 2nd team all-state

    Manhattan High pitcher Jesse Steinbring was named to the all-state second team after leading the Indians’ pitching staff this spring. Steinbring was also named second team all-Centennial, while Garrett Francis, Tanner Holen, Brady Woborny and Nick Wohler were all honorable .

  • Manhattan Optimist Rebels place third

    The Manhattan Optimist Rebels 14-and-under fastpitch softball team competed at the Band of Sisters tournament last weekend in Hutchinson, finishing third with a 5-1 record. Rebels went 4-0 in pool play by defeating Butler County Bombsquad (11-1), A-Shock (11-5) and .

  • Prime compete in Hutchinson tournament

    The Manhattan Optimist Prime 18-and-under fastpitch softball team made its debut for the 2015 softball season in Hutchinson.  The Prime lost to the Ponca City Ladycats the first game, 9-0. Makayla Tegtmeier took the loss with Suzanna Gevock behind the .

  • Center coaches Texas doubles team to NCAA title

    Manhattan native and Texas men’s tennis coach, Michael Center, coached his doubles team to an NCAA Championship recently. Longhorn senior All-Americans Lloyd Glasspool and Soren Hess-Olesen concluded their careers at Texas by defeating Texas Tech’s Hugo Dojas and .

  • Phillips questions unbalanced budget

    A local state House representative questioned the logic of passing an unbalanced budget. The Kansas House passed a $6.4 billion budget bill Wednesday with a 64-48 vote. However, the Legislature has not yet passed a tax bill, and the budget has .


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