Harold Nibarger, 83, of Manhattan, died Sunday at the VA Hospice House in Wichita.
Terrorist organizations unleashed horrifying violence thousands of miles apart over the weekend, with Taliban suicide-bombers blowing themselves up in a Christian church in Pakistan and al-Shabab terrorists assaulting a mall in Kenya. Al-Shabab said it attacked the Westgate Mall in Nairobi as a form of
To the Editor: I would like to publicly thank everyone who had a part in the September 21 Raider Run fundraiser for Wamego High School’s weights club/powerlifting team.
To the Editor: It is sometimes disappointing to read or hear in the news what conclusions have been sanctioned by the media elite as the accepted interpretations of major events.
It was only a couple weeks ago when Bill Snyder said he couldn’t recall having much success with a two-quarterback system. But after four games this season — including two losses — with Jake Waters and Daniel Sams sharing the duties under center, it could be
Four games into the season, everyone is still asking the same question. Can Daniel Sams throw? Kansas State coach Bill Snyder says he can. Several of his teammates claim to have seen it done, even Sams touts his own ability to hurl the football around.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Kansas State volleyball coach Suzie Fritz recorded her 250th career victory Sunday as the Wildcats swept Missouri State 3-0 (25-17, 25-21, 25-17) at the John Hammon Student Center. K-State had 15.5 team blocks, including career-highs from junior middle blocker Taylor Johnson (9) and redshirt-freshman
Former Kansas State All-American Terence Newman returned a fumble 58 yards for the go-ahead touchdown as the Cincinnati Bengals beat the Green Bay Packers 34-30 on Sunday. Newman had six tackles and one interception, with one tackle for loss, as the Salina native helped the Bengals
The first fall tennis event on the Kansas State campus since 1997 came to a conclusion on Sunday afternoon, as the Wildcats carded six singles wins over Omaha. Freshman Riley Nizzi concluded her first weekend in a K-State uniform with an unblemished record of 3-0. The
We can’t fault members of the Manhattan-Ogden Board of Education for their indignation at the notion that they support limits on issues open for discussion during contract negotiations with teachers. In fact we applaud their desire to make their own decisions. The Kansas Association
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