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  • Football | September 05, 2014

    Cats ride dynamic ground attack to ISU

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    North Dakota State gave Kansas State 302 reasons to believe it can run the ball against Iowa State. The Bison ran over, around and through the Cyclones last weekend in Ames, and in doing so, cruised to an easy 34-14 victory at Jack Trice Stadium. North

  • Football | September 05, 2014

    Freshman Lee off to hot start

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    Fans watching Elijah Lee make his career debut at linebacker Saturday against Stephen F. Austin were probably caught off guard when the true freshman recorded a pair of sacks and a forced fumble. Count Kansas State senior captain Jonathan Truman among those who were not

  • Volleyball | September 05, 2014

    Cats roll to sweep against Arkansas


    Efficient offense, led by three players posting double-digit kills, helped the Kansas State volleyball team’s return to Bramlage Coliseum end in triumph Thursday night. K-State never trailed in the opening match of the Varney’s Invitational, sweeping Arkansas 25-18, 25-15, 25-16. “I thought we

  • Manhattan High School | September 04, 2014

    Fraley, Lei return for MHS tennis

    With just six varsity spots, tennis is often more about quality than quantity when it comes to players. The Manhattan High girls’ tennis team returns just three varsity players from a year ago, but two of those players made it to the state tennis tournament,

  • Manhattan High School | September 04, 2014

    Manhattan opens against experienced T-Birds

    While not all of them played, a good portion of Manhattan High’s football roster remembers the disappointment and dissatisfaction of making the trip to Shawnee and losing to the Mill Valley Jaguars, 26-21, in last year’s season opener. As a new group of

  • Movies | September 04, 2014

    Not much new in latest horror film — and that’s not bad


    It may be useful to think of horror movies as a special kind of cinematic thing. Let’s say they are all versions of the same classic thing, with essentially the same story, the same kinds of incidents, established conventions about technique—so that right

  • Local |Business | September 04, 2014

    Home sales, values up in Riley County

    Home sales and values appear to be on the increase in Riley County. County appraiser Greg McHenry told county commissioners Thursday morning that 850 homes have been sold this year as of Aug. 22, which is 39 more than had been sold by the same date in 2013. The

  • Local |Education | September 04, 2014

    District to replace 5 aging buses in fleet


    USD 383 will spend about $450,000 for six buses to replace some that didn’t pass an annual inspection. The Manhattan-Ogden school board approved a request by the district’s transportation director, Doug Messer, at a Wednesday meeting. Five of the buses will be bought used at $69,669

  • Local |Government & Politics | September 04, 2014

    MPO leader says agreement key to project funding

    The more regional leaders can agree on projects, the more likely it is that the Kansas Department of Transportation will fund them, said Stephanie Watts at a meeting Wednesday. “Projects that have involvement and support from multiple jurisdictions will have more of KDOT’s attention,”

  • Local |Kansas State University | September 04, 2014

    Douglas series to focus on business, education issues

    Two individuals known for influencing public policy will be the speakers for the fall 2014 Lou Douglas Lecture Series on Public Issues at Kansas State University. The lecture series is sponsored by UFM Community Learning Center. Jeffrey Hollender, social entrepreneur and co-founder of Seventh Generation, will

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