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  • Wildcats host UMKC looking for second win

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team will look to make it two straight wins in the Jeff Mittie era on Tuesday night when the Wildcats host UMKC at 7 p.m. The Wildcats are coming off a season-opening victory on .

  • Nelson, Sproles square off Sunday

    Two former Kansas State stars enjoying solid NFL seasons squared off against each other on Sunday, as Jordy Nelson’s Green Bay Packers trounced Darren Sproles’ Philadelphia Eagles, 53-20, in a game that was never close. It was Nelson who .

  • Galvan secures at-large bid to NCAA meet

    Kansas State cross country senior Laura Galvan earned an individual at-large bid to compete at the NCAA Cross Country Championship Saturday, Nov. 22, the NCAA announced Saturday. Taking ninth place in Terre Haute, Ind., this past week during the Midwest Regionals, .

  • No. 23 K-State volleyball rallies, beats Baylor in five

    WACO, Texas — The No. 23 Kansas State volleyball team overcame a 2-0 set deficit for the second time this season on Saturday as the Wildcats came back to beat Baylor in five games (22-25, 16-25, 25-18, 25-19, 15-9), in the Ferrell .

  • Library creates gamers’ paradise for fun, education Games2.phatch

    Depending on where you are, it’s OK to make a little bit of noise in the library. Hale Library became a gamers’ haven for four hours on Saturday afternoon as a part of International Games Day, an initiative supported .

  • Moran’s work key to GOP victory

    RILEY — Sen. Jerry Moran is readying to move legislation through Congress. “For four years we’ve done nothing,” the first-term Kansas senator said at a town hall meeting before about 20 people at the Riley Centre Saturday. “That was the motivation .

  • Ghostmapping, Appleseed Collective, Randy West and more

    SUNDAY K-State Theatre presents “Sweeney Todd,” 2:30 p.m. Tickets: $15 general public, $13 seniors and military, and $10 students. Tax and fees apply. Purchase tickets at the McCain Box Office, by phone at 785-532-6428 or at Mark A. Chapman .

  • Mapping project takes Manhattan cemeteries online

    Those searching for their ancestors buried in Manhattan’s cemeteries can now complete the task from their home. The city recently completed a project that allows anyone to enter a name online to see if that person is buried at .

  • Court denies retrial; affirms sentence

    The Kansas Court of Appeals affirmed Friday two area cases involving rape and domestic violence. The court affirmed a 2012 Riley County District Court decision on a rape case. Judge David Stutzman sentenced John Goodpasture Jr. to two consecutive life sentences .

  • Aggieville shop feeds late-night snackers from popular food truck Varsity title.phatch

    While most people enjoy their donuts with a hot cup of coffee in the morning, the donut making begins well before most alarm clocks ring. Varsity Donuts begins crafting these treats when the sun goes down. The donuts are mixed, .

  • Art collection brightens community at Meadowlark Hills Art4.phatch

    When walking the halls of Meadowlark Hills, one won’t find stock photos of fields and flowers. A committee of residents at Meadowlark Hills put together a collection of art that decorates the halls of the facility’s main building. .

  • Slow down, winter spiders Brady047color.phatch

    As you are reading this, the landscape is likely covered in the white powder. If it isn’t, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick’s take-down of meteorologists a few weeks ago again shows his brilliance. The first thought .


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