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    Carol L. Langhofer, 61, of Herington, died Friday, April 17, 2015, at her home. The family provided some of the following information. Carol was born July 20, 1953, in Herington, the daughter of Darrell E. and V. Jane (Johnson) Maybee. She is preceded in death .

  • Cats’ Lee ready for full-time job at LB Elijah lee.phatch

    This time a year ago, Elijah Lee was just finishing high school, assuming he’d redshirt once he arrived at Kansas State. Now, after bursting onto the scene last season as a true freshman — serving as a pass-rush specialist — Lee .

  • K-State advances at Big 12 tournament

    WACO, Texas — The Kansas State women’s tennis team put an end to a five-match losing streak with a 4-1 win over Iowa State in the first round of the Big 12 Women’s Tennis Championships on Thursday at the Hurd .

  • Police dogs learn to uncover drugs, rewards at training K9training.phatch

    There is cocaine somewhere in the room. It could be in a shoe, or under a shelf. Maybe hidden in a bottle? Or there — in the jacket. No. Wait. Over here. If Loki can just find those 15 grams of cocaine, .

  • Budgetplan cuts spending $72M

    Gov. Sam Brownback on Thursday submitted a budget amendment to the Legislature that would reduce state general fund spending by $72 million and help balance the next state budget. The recommendation to members of the House Appropriations Committee was in response .

  • K-State to honor Kassebaum Baker with doctorate Kassebaum baker.phatch

    A University of Kansas graduate is set to receive an honorary doctorate from Kansas State University. Nancy Kassebaum Baker, a native Kansan and former U.S. senator, will be recognized with the honorary doctoral degree at the Graduate School’s .

  • NBAF draws Vet Med dean to Manhattan

    A planned federal research center helped lure Kansas State University’s newly selected dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine to Manhattan. Dr. Tammy Beckham, who starts her new job on Aug. 2, said part of the draw to Manhattan was .

  • Commissioners formally oppose moving elections

    Riley County commissioners on Thursday expressed their formal disapproval of proposed state legislation that would move local elections to the fall of even-numbered years. The legislation, which is currently in committee, is intended to increase voter participation in local elections .

  • Kaws to dedicate park features

    Members of the Kaw American Indian tribe will dedicate improvements to the Allegawaho Memorial Heritage Park south of Council Grove on Saturday. Kaw Nation Tribal Council members will join Gov. Sam Brownback and other state officials at 3 p.m. for .

  • Foundation’s match day raises $375K

    An annual fundraising event brought in nearly $375,000 for local nonprofit entities Wednesday. The Greater Manhattan Community Foundation announced that it raised $232,317 with 1,328 donations during its third Grow Green Match Day, which matches gifts at 50 percent. Foundation president and CEO Vern .

  • Rock Creek sweeps St. Marys

    The Rock Creek softball team swept St. Marys on the road on Monday, beating the Bears 12-3 and 14-1. Winter Henry was hot from the plate in Game 1 for Rock Creek. Henry went 3 for 5, drove in one and scored two .

  • More spending cuts aren’t the answer

    If Kansas lawmakers were a frivolous bunch, the statewide advertising campaign launched Wednesday urging further tax and spending cuts might be helpful. But that isn’t the case. Yes, the Kansas Legislature learned this week that it needs to come .


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