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  • Disease could cost black walnut industry millions

    Several states, including Kansas, are trying to protect their borders from a little beetle that could cost the black walnut industry millions of dollars. Kansas Forest Service specialists at Kansas State University say you could be spreading the disease without .

  • Business ethics competition awards $2,750 to KSU students

    Five teams of Kansas State University students were awarded $2,750 in cash prizes as part of the recent Phillips 66 Business Ethics Case Competition, a collaboration between the university’s College of Business Administration and Phillips 66. The competition saw 22 teams made up .

  • DICK CLEMENT

    Dick Clement, 62, of Grand Island, Neb., died of cancer on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014, at CHI St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island. He was born April 30, 1952 in Alma, Neb. He was a veteran of the Vietnam war, serving in the U..

  • WYOMA JOHNSON

    Wyoma (Wy) Jean Johnson, 92, of Manhattan, died on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014, at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community in Manhattan. She had been a Manhattan resident since 1970. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 22, at the First Presbyterian Church, 801 .

  • JAMES G. FINDLEY

    James G. Findley, 91, died Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014, at his home at Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community in Manhattan from age related causes. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19, at the Yorgensen-Meloan-Londeen Funeral Chapel with Pastor Steve Ratliff officiating. .

  • Book inspires program for future entrepreneurs

    “Who Owns the Ice House?” That’s not a question one hears every day. This unusual question is the name of a book that has helped inspire the creation of an entrepreneurship program being utilized in Kansas and beyond. Jim .

  • In new Cold War, Russia pesters U.S., NATO

    I remember the day the Berlin Wall was opened. I was in my front room with the TV on and “Pow!” there it was — people were coming through at “Check-point Charlie” while border guards stood by and did nothing.  .

  • Wildcats rout Southern Utah, 98-68

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team defeated Southern Utah, 98-68, on Friday night in the season opener at Bramlage Coliseum. Southern Utah kept it close in the first half, coming back from a 42-29 deficit to cut the lead .

  • Mittie collects first victory at K-State

    The first one is in the books for Jeff Mittie. Kansas State opened the women’s basketball season with a business-like effort against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Friday night, controlling from the tip and never looking back on its way to an 81.

  • Snow arriving early Saturday

    Winter weather will arrive in Manhattan early Saturday morning with up to four inches of snow by noon, according the Kansas State University climatologist Mary Knapp. “The problem will be the wind after that,” Knapp said Friday morning. “We expect .

  • Airport director to resign in May

    Peter Van Kuren will resign as the director of Manhattan Regional Airport, effective May 15. City manager Ron Fehr announced the resignation on Friday morning. Van Kuren said his desire to relocate to the east coast to be closer to family .

  • Man arrested in stabbing incident

    A Manhattan man was arrested on Thursday for allegedly stabbing a 27-year-old woman in a domestic incident. Samuel Lee Dartez, 30, of 1508 Jarvis Drive Apt. B is being held in the Riley County Jail for attempted first-degree murder. His bond was .





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