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  • General Activities | October 23, 2013

    Thornton a repeat winner at Kansas City Marathon

    Manhattan resident Julie Thornton finished 34th overall at the Waddell & Reed Kansas City Marathon, finishing as the top woman in Saturday’s race. Thornton ran a time of 3:01.41, the first woman to come across the finish line on foot. Cherie Madsen of Union, Neb.,

  • General Activities | October 23, 2013

    LASC Cyclones win tourney

    The Little Apple Soccer Club (LASC) Cyclones won the 11-and-under girls purple division of the Midwest All-Girls Tournament this past weekend at the Overland Park Soccer Complex. The Cyclones went 3-0 in pool play winning games 3-1, 4-0 and 5-1 against the Topeka Select Tornados,

  • Area Schools | October 23, 2013

    MCC volleyball tops Grace University

    The fifth-ranked Manhattan Christian College volleyball team swept number 8 Grace University on Saturday, winning 25-13, 25-23 and 25-13. The Crusaders are now 24-6 overall this season

  • Men's Basketball | October 23, 2013

    Student tickets for Wichita Wildcat Classic on Sale Nov. 4

    Student tickets for the Wichita Wildcat Classic between K-State and Gonzaga on December 21 at Intrust Bank Arena will go on sale November 4 at $10 per ticket. K-State students holding ICAT season passes will have first opportunity to purchase tickets beginning at 8:30 a.m., Nov. 4, at the

  • Local |Business |Government, Politics | October 22, 2013

    New uses sought for court building

    WESTMORELAND — Two Pottawatomie County commissioners would like to see the old courthouse at Westmoreland refurbished and put back to use. A third said it depends on available funds and that voters should have a say in the matter. Responding to concerns of representatives of the

  • Local |Kansas State University | October 22, 2013

    Six past secretaries offer their views on the future of agriculture

    Johanns.phatch

    Six former US agriculture secretaries discussed the future of the industry Monday evening at McCain Auditorium as a part of the Landon Lecture series. K-State President Kirk Schulz said it was especially fitting for the panel to convene during the university’s 150th anniversary celebration

  • Arts, Leisure | October 22, 2013

    Duo expands musical horizons of library audience

    Ben.nyberg

    The first of the 2013-2014 KSU Library chamber music season programs featured Patricia Thompson, mezzo-soprano, and John Lenti, theorobo, in a short Hemisphere Room recital of mostly seventeenth-century, mostly Italian works this past Friday evening. From their launch back in February of 2006, Friends of the

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | October 22, 2013

    Ferenz gets life sentences for child sodomy

    A former Fort Riley soldier convicted of molesting his ex-wife’s daughter was sentenced in court Monday, exactly a year after the incident took place. George Ferenz, 30, was sentenced to life in prison by Judge Meryl Wilson for each of the four charges for which

  • Manhattan High School | October 22, 2013

    MHS golfers finish fifth at state

    Manhattan girls’ golf coach Chris George knew it would take a special effort to catch Washburn Rural in the team standings at the Class 6A state golf tournament in Garden City. In the end, the Junior Blues ran away from everybody Monday, shooting a 339 to

  • Books | October 22, 2013

    Book explores what K-State brought to the national table

    Marshall.phatch

    A new book explores the university’s food heritage — and offers some previously secret recipes from local chefs. “Teatime to Tailgates: 150 Years at the K-State Table,” by Jane Marshall, is full of stories, photos and recipes from 1863 to the present. Marshall, a food journalist and


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