Agriculture gets into your bloodstream the way any passion stirs your heart. You breathe it in and it somehow enriches, excites and sustains you. Daily contact with farming and livestock places you in a world unlike any other. It is one that offers an outdoor
The Kansas State volleyball team hopes to create a little momentum Saturday night when the Wildcats host Texas Tech at 7 pm in Ahearn Field House. To do that, K-State would need to snap its current two-match losing skid and break out of a funk
For the second time in his career, Kansas State baseball head coach Brad Hill was named American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)/Diamond Midwest Region Coach of the Year. In addition to 2013, Hill was named the ABCA Midwest Region Coach of the Year in 2009. This year’
The K-State tennis team opened the ITA Central Regional in Norman, Oklahoma, with four freshmen competing in the Qualifying Draw. The group of Iva Bago, Livia Cirnu, Riley Nizzi and Maria Panaite went a combined 3-4 in singles match play with each athlete, aside from
Former Kansas State wide receiver Chris Harper was waived by the San Francisco 49ers on Wednesday. Harper, who was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks and released during training camp, has been inactive since signing with the 49ers.
Wamego boys win NCKL cross country meet The Wamego boys’ cross country team won the NCKL title by 25 points on Thursday in Abilene. The Red Raider girls took second place in a race that was dominated by Clay Center. The boys finished with 30 points, while
Everyone’s back to work. For now, at least. With Congress passing a last-minute bill to raise the debt ceiling and end the partial government shutdown — pending another battle over the budget — federal employees in Manhattan returned to work Thursday. “We’re thrilled,” said Heather
Carol Adams, executive director of teaching and learning, told the USD 383 school board Wednesday that work is needed to close the achievement gap between white and minority students. Adams used the ACT as an example of where the district could set goals. The average scores
The same drone technology that is used for military strikes in the Middle East is also being adapted by farmers here in Kansas. Unmanned aircraft systems, commonly called drones, were the topic of a conference Monday through Wednesday at the Hilton Garden Inn in Manhattan.
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