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  • Men's Basketball |Women's Basketball | October 27, 2013

    K-State basketball dazzles with Madness, banners


    Before the Kansas State men’s basketball team celebrated its Big 12 title on Friday at Madness in Manhattan, the school showed off the new cosmetic change for Bramlage Coliseum. The old system of tracking yearly achievements for both the men’s and women’s programs

  • Gardening | October 27, 2013

    Take out weeds by properly fertilizing, spraying


    This is a good time to reduce weeds in the lawn and other landscape areas. Weed management begins with proper plant care. Grow the desirable plants that best you can. Dandelions, henbit, speedwell and chickweed are easily removed while still small in the fall. A

  • Local |Business | October 27, 2013

    Financial business hires 2

    Sink, Gordon and Associates, LLP, added two new staff members. Seth J. Gordon joined as the director of the Business Valuation Department. He is a May, 2009, graduate of Kansas State University with a degree in finance, and a 2004 graduate of Rock Creek High School. Previously

  • Local |Business | October 27, 2013

    ESB Financial promotes employee

    Tori Nuzum was promoted to financial service provider at ESB Financial in Manhattan.  Nuzum served the bank as a CSR for the past year and will expand upon her customer service duties; in addition to taking on numerous lending and relationship growing functions. 

  • Local |Business | October 27, 2013

    CivicPlus hires consultant

    CivicPlus added Conor Milne to the community engagement team as a consultant. Milne is a recent graduate of Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in leadership studies. He has worked with campus as a president of the Residence

  • Columns | October 27, 2013

    In the Arctic race, the Russians are in the lead

    For many years it has been believed that the Arctic has vast natural resources, but distances and especially the cold have prevented nations from operating there. Now, however, the polar icecap is melting, and Russia has decided to solidify its presence in the northern parts

  • Manhattan High School | October 25, 2013

    Indians survive against Washburn Rural

    In a low-scoring game that was close all night, the Manhattan High football team squeaked out a 13-10 win over Washburn Rural on Friday night in Topeka. Manhattan scored its first touchdown since the first quarter on a 6-yard pass to Ethan Fabrizius from Kellen

  • Local |Kansas State University | October 25, 2013

    150th celebration closes with party, time capsule


    The only way to end a nine-month party is with another party. K-State held the grand finale of its sesquicentennial Thursday on the front lawn of Anderson Hall. The 150th anniversary celebration began in February. As the university moves past 150 years, K-State President Kirk Schulz

  • Local |Fort Riley | October 25, 2013

    Drone unit returns to Fort Riley

    Redeployment 7.phatch

    FORT RILEY — Staff Sgt David Weidemann held his daughter, 14-month-old Elsie, for the first time in nine months Thursday. “I watched her grow up through pictures and Skype,” he said. “I’m excited to see my daughter walk for the first time.” Weidemann is a

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | October 25, 2013

    RCPD recognized for ‘hot spot’ technique

    The Riley County Police Department received an international award this week for its research on hot-spot policing. RCPD employees received the bronze award for “Initiative: Laser Point” at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Philadelphia, where RCPD employees spent Oct. 19 through Oct. 23

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