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  • K-State drops final road match of regular season at OU

    NORMAN, Okla. — The K-State volleyball team, after winning the first set and holding a late lead in the fourth, fell to Oklahoma, 3-1 (24-26, 26-24, 25-20, 25-23), on Wednesday in McCasland Field House. The loss for K-State (22-7, 9-6 Big 12), .

  • K-State WBB game postponed

    PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico – The Tuesday night Kansas State women’s basketball game against Santa Clara on the second day of the Hardwood Tournament of Hope in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, was postponed due to a facility conflict. K-State (4-0) is still .

  • Fill December with dance, art, holiday music at K-State

    Holiday shows with LeAnn Rimes and the King’s Singers at McCain Auditorium, WinterDance 2014, a family holiday art workshop, a variety of concerts and many other performances highlight cultural activities at Kansas State University in December. The following events are .

  • Soldiers treated to early Thanksgiving dinner at Fort Riley Ftriley3.phatch

    FORT RILEY — Soldiers, veterans and the public enjoyed Thanksgiving a few days early Tuesday at Demon’s Diner dining facility as the Big Red One celebrated with the theme, “The History of the Army Professional.” The theme was chosen by .

  • Stores to open Thursday for sales

    Black Friday is taking over Thanksgiving Day. In Manhattan, at least six major retailers will be open on Thanksgiving. Walmart will be open all day and other stores will begin opening at 5 p.m., including JC Penney, Target, Best Buy, .

  • November sales tax receipts up from 2013

    The city’s 2014 sales tax revenue is outpacing the previous two years’ performance heading into the final month of the year. Overall 2014 sales tax receipts through November are about $9.86 million, according to the November sales tax report from finance director .

  • Final NBAF funding expected in 2015

    The remaining $300 million in federal funding needed for the planned National and Bio Agro-Defense Facility in Manhattan is expected to go through next session despite a holdup in state money for the facility, said Ron Trewyn, NBAF liaison for K-State. .

  • Pool parking decision on hold until facility study complete

    The Manhattan City Commission will wait until February to select an option for City Park’s pool parking lot and pedestrian improvements. During Tuesday’s work session, the commission decided to wait until there’s more information on developing park .

  • Man ordered not to contact victim in stabbing incident

    A man charged with attempted first-degree murder and aggravated battery in connection with a stabbing incident earlier this month was ordered by Judge William Malcolm on Tuesday not to contact the victim. Samuel Dartez, 30, 1508 Jarvis Drive Apt. B, was arrested .

  • Judge denies reduced bail in robbery, kidnapping cases

    A Manhattan man charged with what police believe are connected robberies and kidnappings will appear in Riley County District Court in January. Kenneth Mallett, 22, 516 Thurston St., faces charges of aggravated kidnapping, kidnapping and robbery in connection with two Oct. 8 incidents .

  • WinterDance features performances in tap, African, ballet, jazz

    The Kansas State University School of Music, Theatre and Dance will present WinterDance 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, and Friday, Dec. 5, and at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, in Chapman Theatre at Nichols Hall. WinterDance 2014 features a variety of dance styles, .

  • Canadian Brass to perform

    Marysville will be the first stop on the Canadian Brass’ annual Christmas tour across the United States. Tickets for Friday’s performance by the world-famous quintet are on sale at Marysville Chamber of Commerce office. The show will be at 7 .


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