• Legislature’s fix might need work

    We don’t know how long property valuation appeals should take, though they ought to be handled in a timely manner. In the past, it wasn’t unusual for appeals to take several months. Even though that was often the .

  • Suicide can, must be prevented

    The Aug. 11 death of comedian Robin Williams elicited a worldwide response of shock and disbelief that someone who brought so much laughter to the world for so many years could have been so tormented that he would choose to end .

  • ‘Identical’ doesn’t quite serve its apparent purpose G.w.clift1

    The sole new movie at the twelve-plex last weekend was “The Identical.” What’s most interesting about this modest production is that it doesn’t quite get to the subjects it seems to have been constructed to discuss. It is .

  • Fall Apple Day Festival Saturday

    The smell of apple pie will fill the air once again during the annual Fall Apple Day Festival from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at Artillery Parade Field, Fort Riley. The festival is the largest annual festival at .

  • Applications open for Citizens’ Academy

    The City of Manhattan is now accepting applications for the 2014-15 Citizens’ Academy class. Citizens’ Academy is an interactive program designed to introduce citizens to city services, programs and to the people who serve the City of Manhattan. Citizens’ Academy .

  • K-State outlasts Bears in five games Ksuvbjube sm.phatch

    Two days removed from sweeping through the Varney’s Invitational, the Kansas State volleyball team was cruising through it’s afternoon match against Missouri State at Ahearn Field House. Little did the Wildcats know, the match would soon become a .

  • Manhattan’s Rosenberg knows Nishikori well

    Manhattan’s Leo Rosenberg probably pays more attention than most people to the men’s singles final at the U.S. Open — and this year, more than ever. Rosenberg, 25, a graduate student at Kansas State, played at many of the .

  • Eisenhower volleyball stays undefeated

    The Eisenhower Middle School seventh-grade girls’ volleyball team won three matches on Thursday afternoon improving their record to 5-0 on the season in the process.  The Eagles started off the day defeating Great Bend in two sets, 25-17, 25-21.&.

  • Volleyball’s Zumach named Big 12 Rookie of the Week

    Kylee Zumach of the Kansas State volleyball team was named the Big 12 Rookie of the Week for the period ending Sept. 7, the conference announced Monday. Zumach was named the MVP of the Varney’s Invitational last week after she helped .

  • K-State women’s golf in 2nd at Sunflower Invite

    LAWRENCE — The K-State women’s golf team sits in second place after two rounds of the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational at the par-72, 6,158-yard Alvamar Golf Club on Monday. Led by freshman Chandler Gallagher in her collegiate debut, the Wildcats .

  • Curator packs lots of information into educational trunk Neighbor.phatch

    Allana Parker became fascinated with history as a child when her father took her to museums. Now, she works for one. Parker, 27, is the curator of design at the Riley County Historical Museum, and not surprisingly, introducing kids to history .

  • Riley spends less than peers

    The Riley County government spends less money — and makes less money — per person than its peers, according to a report. Riley County commission chairman Bob Boyd on Tuesday read a report from the Office of Local Government, a unit of .


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