The Kansas State football team stayed relatively close to home to pick up its third verbal commitment of the 2015 recruiting class on Sunday. Adam Holtorf — a 6-foot-4, 271-pound defensive tackle from Seward, Neb., — announced his decision to attend K-State on Twitter Sunday night. “I have
Just months after signing a two-year deal with the Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouettes, former Kansas State quarterback and Heisman finalist Collin Klein was released by the team on Sunday. The move came following a 28-23 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the team’
The timing couldn’t have been better for Easton Corbin and country music. Maybe country music was in need of a throwback artist to the greats of yesteryear like George Jones and Merle Haggard when Corbin burst onto the scene five years ago. If so,
Children at K-State’s Beach Museum of Art have been getting their first senses of creativity, literally. Various groups of children have been visiting the museum to tour the exhibit “Igniting the Senses,” which opened June 6 and will continue through Oct. 5. Children and adults alike
I have something to admit. I need to come out and say that I like pop music, which is ironically not a popular thing to admit. For people like me, the admission is spoken with inflection full of shame. But I’m ashamed no more.
FORT RILEY — After a week of competitions that ranged from flag football to water polo with nearly every soldier on post in participation, a battalion champion was crowned Friday at Custer Hill Parade Field. The Victory Cup is awarded to the battalion that combines for
Jarrod Slick has a complex history with the justice system — both as a suspect and a victim. The 23-year-old former Manhattan High School student is suspected of killing his mother, 51-year-old Renee Coffey, a former Kansas State University professor, on May 18 at their home in
“You guys still like each other?” That’s a tease the father-daughter duo of Errol and Ellen Remsing sometimes hear at their business, Advanced Dental Arts at 4201-A Anderson Ave. They started it in 2006. “We built it together and started from scratch,” Errol said. It’
More than 30 people and one dog gathered for Flag Day on Saturday morning in front of City Hall. The dog — Cisco, a 14-month-old boxer — was with Joyce and Joe Latimer. “(Joe) is a vet, so we decided to come out for Flag Day,” Joyce said. “
FORT RILEY — With sectarian violence again on the rise in Iraq, Maj. Gen. Paul Funk told battalions of soldiers Friday morning that the home of the Big Red One is ready if needed. A deteriorating Iraqi government has asked for more and more U.S.
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