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  • K-State wins 10-2 to snap losing skid

    PAPILLION, Neb. — A career-high three RBIs by Tyler Wolfe, including the go-ahead RBI in the top of the seventh, along with three hits each from Max Brown and Steve Serratore led Kansas State to a 10-2 win at Omaha on .

  • Adkins, Kemper named NCEA All-Americans

    WACO, Texas — The acknowledgements keep coming for the Kansas State equestrian team, as the National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) announced its 2014-15 All-American teams, with K-State represented by sophomore Henley Adkins and junior Danielle Kemper. Adkins was named to the .

  • KSU women head south for SMU Invite

    The K-State women’s golf team will travel to its fourth event of the spring season this weekend, as the Wildcats head to Mesquite, Texas, to compete in the SMU/DAC Invitational at the par-72, 6,345-yard Dallas Athletic Club. The .

  • Rock Creek sweeps Abilene

    The Rock Creek softball team fended off Abilene’s late push and held on to win the first game of a doubleheader, 7-6, on Tuesday. The Mustangs would later coast to an 11-5 win in Game 2. Abilene wasn’t able .

  • KSU men finish 11th at Koch Invitational

    GASTONIA, N.C. — The K-State men’s golf team turned in a final-round score of 6-over 294 Tuesday to finish 11th in the Gary Koch Invitational at the par-72, 7,042-yard Gaston Country Club. The Wildcats finished the 54-hole tournament at 33-over 897, .

  • Morse, Dodson and Butler win seats Morse.phatch

    Women now make up the majority of the Manhattan City Commission. Linda Morse was the top vote-getter in Tuesday’s election, earning a four-year term. Morse, a retired registrar and continuing education liaison at Kansas State University, received 2,643 votes, meaning .

  • Ceremony marks KSU’s partnership with Chinese university

    Kansas State University officially opened its Confucius Institute on Tuesday, allowing for cultural exchanges between the school and China. “I think the Confucius Institute represents, truly, a milestone that shows that internationalization is a part of Kansas State for now .

  • Incumbents sweep USD 383 board race

    Voters decided to keep the current Manhattan-Ogden school board during Tuesday’s election, with all four incumbents winning back their spots. Dave Colburn, Leah Fliter, Curt Herrman and Darell Edie all secured additional terms on the board. Nick Dyer, the .

  • Wamego voters reject city’s code ordinance

    Wamego voters on Tuesday overturned a building ordinance for rental properties passed last year by the city commission. The original ordinance, part of new building codes enacted in May 2014, required contractors and landlords to obtain a license before performing work .

  • Commissioners approve new facility for private planes

    The Manhattan City Commission unanimously approved on Tuesday a development plan for a facility to serve private planes. The fixed base operator (FBO) facility, which would be in Manhattan Regional Airport’s general aviation area, is estimated to cost the .

  • Math teachers defend their jobs at budget meeting

    Several USD 383 math enrichment teachers stressed the importance of their jobs Tuesday at a district Budget Advisory Steering Committee meeting. The Budget Advisory Steering Committee is tasked with trimming the district’s budget between $2 million and $4.3 million as it faces .

  • ‘Forward’ slate takes USD 378 board

    Four “Falcons Forward” candidates have swept their way to the Riley County School Board. Incumbent Shane Allen and newcomers Kyle Bohnenblust, Randy O’Boyle and Jared Larson, the four candidates who supported each other in the USD 378 race, won all .





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