• Day of fun, night of dancing mark celebration 125th5.phatch

    A mid-afternoon shower didn’t stop the party in Aggieville Saturday as the business district celebrated its 125th birthday. The festivities featured entertainment, magicians, beer, a bouncy house, a car show, a street dance and a mini “Maker Faire.” Hundreds .

  • Stonestreet, Ferguson keep focus on audience

    Eric Stonestreet and his “Modern Family” co-star Jesse Tyler Ferguson gave Manhattan a night of laughs and stories about their hit TV show Friday, but they made the night about the audience. The two, who portray a gay couple on “.

  • Weekend crowds in Aggieville present challenges for RCPD Ville1.phatch

    There’s a price to pay for getting caught breaking the law. The young woman sitting in a chair next to a desk in the Riley County Police Department’s Aggieville substation late Thursday night was about the learn this .

  • Cats picking up the pieces after loss Ksu16 miss.phatch

    Kansas State gets UTEP this next Saturday, but before the Wildcats can even begin to break down the Miners, they need to first figure out what went horribly wrong last Thursday night. The Wildcats squandered multiple opportunities — missing three field .

  • Cats push win streak to 11 straight

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Behind career highs in kills and blocks by senior Chelsea Keating, the Kansas State volleyball team wrapped up its non-conference schedule with its 11th straight victory — a 3-1 win over Youngstown State (18-25, 27-25, 25-17, 25-17)— on .

  • ‘Flat Water Tuesday’ buoyant with character-driven drama

    As much as most readers could hope to learn about the sport of competitive rowing informs “Flat Water Tuesday,” a darkly dramatic debut novel by Ron Irwin. While the basic storyline follows past scholarship boy, Rob Carrey, revisiting Fenton, his .

  • More than meets the eye: Don’t overlook library’s graphic novels Librarian.amber.keck

    The concept of telling stories through images has been around since the beginning of time. The idea has evolved in many ways, including the introduction of the comic book. From superhero stories to biographies, one can find a graphic novel .

  • ‘Lisette’s List’ crisp with great love/loss

    If you enjoy the south of France, particularly Provence, you’ll like “Lisette’s List.” If you like historical fiction in the period surrounding World War II, you’ll like the story. If you enjoy art, especially the work of .

  • Cirnu strong for K-State at OU Invite

    Kansas State women’s tennis started the Danielle Steinberg era on Friday at the OU Invite at the Headington Family Tennis Center. The Wildcats tallied seven singles wins on the day, led by Livia Cirnu. Cirnu advanced to the quarterfinal .

  • KSU equestrian upsets No. 2 South Carolina

    The sixth-ranked Kansas State equestrian team opened its 2014-15 season on Friday by knocking off No. 2 South Carolina at Timbercreek Stables. K-State defeated the Gamecocks (0-1) in the Western competition, 5-3, and split the Hunter Seat competition, 5-5. The Wildcats (1.

  • Galvan clinches top-5 finish at Big Ten Preview

    IOWA CITY, Iowa —  Kansas State’s men’s and women’s cross country teams both finished fourth on Saturday at the Big Ten Preview on Ashton Cross Country Course. Senior Laura Galvan highlighted the morning’s action for the .

  • Efficiency panel hits sensitive topics

    It’s not hard to understand why much of the recent attention that the task force to improve Kansas schools has generated involves school consolidation and issues related to teachers. Those were among topics advanced to the K-12 Student Performance .







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