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  • ‘Ration to Fashion,’ reading with dogs and more

    MONDAY Yu-Gi-Oh Dueling, 6-8 p.m. Duel with fellow Yu-Gi-Oh gamers, trade cards, and have a chance to win a prize in our prize drawing. Manhattan Public Library. Auntie M.’S Drunken Bingo, 7 p.m. Auntie Mae’s.   <.

  • Rates of drug and alcohol use dropping among teens

    The image of the rebellious American teen may be losing its allure — at least when it comes to drug and alcohol abuse. A recent survey of Manhattan students largely aligns with a national trend of lower alcohol and use among .

  • UCLA sacks K-State, 40-35, in Alamo Bowl Alamo bowl football kind

    SAN ANTONIO — Kansas State scored four second-half touchdowns to rally from a 25-point halftime deficit in the Alamo Bowl, but it still wasn’t enough Friday night, as No. 14 UCLA held on to beat the 11th-ranked Wildcats, 40-35, at the .

  • Cowboys slam Cats on road Kstatembbcolor.phatch

    For one half of basketball, Kansas State didn’t struggle to do so many of the little things that caused it to struggle in non-conference play. But once the second half rolled around, it all came right back. The Wildcats .

  • Cyclones shoot down Wildcats, 60-55

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team rallied from an 11-point halftime deficit to tie the game at 50 late, but was unable to finish the comeback, losing on the road to Iowa State, 60-55, to open Big 12 play in Ames, .

  • Court ruling is no surprise

    Someday, perhaps, the Kansas Legislature will provide enough funding for the state’s public schools to end chronic violations of the state Constitution. Until that day, lawmakers shouldn’t be surprised that parents and educators file lawsuits to protect their .

  • Global warming critic ignores volumes of research

    To the Editor: I would love to know what got into Mr. Kramer when he wrote his tirade against global warming in Monday’s paper. Or at the very least, where he has been for the last decade. His references .

  • Civility in climate change debate could foster progress

    To the Editor: The recent letter by Rick Kramer about global warming calls for a reply. I am not a climatologist, but an earth scientist, so that bias influences my response.  The letter clearly demon-strates a major flaw in our .

  • Surgeon explores end of life care and ‘dying with dignity’

    Nothing is more certain about life than that it will come to an end. Everyone knows this, but most of us try to ignore the fact. In the medicalized era in which we live, extraordinary measures can be taken to .

  • 2015 is here, and it’s time to give your brain muscles a healthy workout Librarian.danielle.schapaugh.phatch

    What’s the best way to improve your memory, make sure your mind stays sharp as you age and keep your skills relevant at work? Learn something new! “Learning a new skill can help ward off dementia by strengthening the .

  • ‘Temple Grandin’ offers gripping look into success of autistic hero

    If Temple Grandin had her druthers she would encourage each individual in the world to be strong and have the confidence to believe in great possibilities. She knows these things all too well. As a child growing up in the 1950.

  • ‘Undertaking’ creates sympathetic characters

    “The Undertaking” is a short, powerful novel about a part of World War II that most Americans have given little thought to, or even care about. Yet readers cannot help but care about “The Undertaking’s” two main characters, Peter .





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