K-State President Kirk Schulz Friday called the 2012-13 academic year an important initial step in making KSU a top 50 public research institution by 2025. In his State of the University address, delivered at Forum Hall, Schulz said the university reached records in fundraising ($152 million), enrollment (24,378 students),
Furloughs at Fort Riley originally scheduled to end on September 30 have been completed. The furloughs, which affected around 2,400 civilian employees at Fort Riley, ended on Aug. 30 after the Department of Defense reduced the number of furlough days from 11 to six. Furlough notices were issued in
PAXICO – This town might only have a population of 220, but it draws crowds from across the Midwest and beyond for its annual blues festival. Cars from Arkansas, Missouri and Colorado parked along side streets here Saturday, the crowd having filled the main street with lawn
Cheryl Kaskela Kitterman, 68, died on Thursday at her home at Lake Elbo in Manhattan.
F Gene Ernst, 83, of Manhattan, died Sept. 5, 2013 at Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the First Christian Church in the Courthouse Plaza. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Manhattan Art Council or
Minnie Oppenlander, 91, died Friday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
Betty Overley, 89, of Manhattan, died Wednesday at Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community.
Craig McLean, 62, died Friday at his home in Mayetta.
Charles Bottorff, 89, of Manhattan, died Thursday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
AUSTIN, Texas — Perhaps the Texas defense became weary hearing about all its shortcomings to start the season, because on Saturday night, the Longhorns were anything but mediocre. The Longhorns recovered two fumbles — three overall — and squashed a pair of K-State threats inside the Texas 20-yard
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