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  • Books | September 29, 2013

    19th-century writer and daughter hunt for serial killer

    Understanding that reading is vicarious experience, Morrell gives you the opportunity to travel back to 1854 London on the printed page, and from the nice, clean, sunny environment of 2013 Manhattan. While educational pioneers like the Frances and Joseph Denison were traveling west to begin Bluemont College (

  • Books | September 29, 2013

    Spies snoop for the truth

    John Le Carré, the master of espionage novels, is alive and well. And with “A Delicate Truth,” he proves yet again that though he is not just a 20th century or Cold War spy novelist. “A Delicate Truth” is about an operation named Wildfire that

  • Books | September 29, 2013

    Library offers many selections for military, families

    In recent years, as part of a unique university-military community partnership, Kansas State University and Fort Riley have collaborated each fall to celebrate “A Season of Service,” an annual effort addressing “mission critical needs of campus, military, family and community.”  Again this year, the

  • Tennis | September 29, 2013

    Niedermayerova nets first win of season

    BLOOMINGTON, Indiana — The Kansas State tennis team continued action at the Hoosier Classic on Saturday, as senior Petra Niedermayerova carded her first singles win of her final season in a Wildcat uniform. K-State freshman Riley Nizzi also bounced back from her first loss of the

  • Men's Basketball | September 29, 2013

    Gipson sheds more weight as his role increases

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    The Kansas State men’s basketball team, essentially, has two big men this year. Those two are Thomas Gipson and DJ Johnson. And as the season quickly approaches, their roles are looking like they’ll be as big as ever. Yes, Gipson has been a

  • Men's Basketball | September 29, 2013

    McGruder signs with Thunder

    Former Kansas State guard Rodney McGruder’s NBA dreams became a reality on Friday when he signed a contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder. McGruder, who was signed alongside former Iowa State player Diante Garrett, averaged 15.6 points and 5.4 rebounds per game last season, earning All-Big 12

  • Equestrian | September 29, 2013

    KSU equestrian tops Oklahoma State

    After finishing second to Oklahoma State last season at the Big 12 Championship and NCEA National Championship finals, the fifth-ranked Kansas State equestrian team got a little measure of revenge as it knocked off OSU, 11-9, at Timbercreek Stables on Saturday. The Wildcats had three riders

  • Volleyball | September 29, 2013

    K-State loses Big 12 opener in four sets at West Virginia

    MORGANTOWN, West Virginia — The K-State volleyball team fell to West Virginia 3-1 (25-16, 18-25, 25-22, 25-22) on Friday at the WVU Coliseum in both teams’ Big 12 season opener. The loss halts the Wildcats’ five-match winning streak and drops their record to 12-2. Junior middle blocker

  • Area Schools | September 29, 2013

    Red Raiders rout Chapman, 54-14, improve to 4-0

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    WAMEGO — The Wamego offense was rolling on all cylinders on Friday night, and it was too much for Chapman to keep up. Red Raiders quarterback Kyler Alderson scored seven touchdowns as Wamego pounded the Irish 54-14 in a physical game that had more than a

  • Gardening | September 29, 2013

    Move tropical plants indoors, but prune first

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    Cool fall temperatures indicate that tropical plants will need protection. I have had several calls about house plants that need a new home for the winter. Most of these plants grew during the summer outside and are too big to go back to their indoor


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