Darlene (Krause) Quick-Flake, 81, died Monday at Embassy Care Center in Wilmington, Ill.
Last year when the Manhattan High football team prepared for its season opener against Mill Valley, coaches and players did so knowing very little about their opponent to start the year. Aside from some scrimmage film and word of mouth about the passing game of
Through three games this season, the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team has allowed just one goal. That goal proved costly on Wednesday night, however, as Manhattan was shut out in the Titan Classic semifinals against Hutchinson in a 1-0 loss. Hutchinson’s Radley Arnold scored
To the Editor: This is a follow-up to the town hall meeting with Rep. Tim Huelskamp and the letter to the editor from Karl Kramer.
Area football fans who were disappointed in how things went last Friday night, when K-State lost its season-opener to North Dakota State University, hope for better results this Friday. Not coincidentally, it’s the first week of the high school football season, and hopes are
To the Editor: Sometimes an alternative view helps put existing institutional structures in a new light. The mission of a public university is not to create a bureaucracy of high-paid administrators. Citizens expect that the university will be a place where most employees are directly
John Hubert wants to be Kansas State’s leading rusher this season and reach 1,000 yards in a season for the first time in his three-year career as a starter. It’s a safe bet the senior running back needs to do better than the 23 yards
They say home is where the heart is. There’s no other place the Kansas State volleyball team would rather be, either, as the Wildcats get set to host the K-State Invitational this weekend. It’s been a long time since the Wildcats have
Kansas State senior safety Ty Zimmerman was one of 30 players nationally to be named a candidate for the Senior CLASS Award, the organization announced Wednesday. Zimmerman is the second Wildcat in as many seasons up for the award as Collin Klein was a finalist in 2012.
Commissioners voted 4-1 Tuesday to sign a contract with Tom Ford to create a sculpture for the roundabout at Fourth Street and Bluemont Avenue. Commissioner Wynn Butler cast the opposing vote, citing a concern about “mission creep.” He noted a provision in the contract that
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