• Reason enough for a street dance

    For area residents looking for a reason to party, a birthday anniversary is always good. Aggieville’s 125th birthday anniversary is even better. The actual hour of Aggieville’s birth might be lost to history, but 125 years ago, the first .

  • Have incumbents overreached?

    Who woulda thunk it? In deep-red Kansas, we’ve got three red-hot statewide races featuring three nationally prominent Republicans, Gov. Sam Brownback, Sen. Pat Roberts and Secretary of State Kris Kobach. This oddity has sent reporters scurrying here from New .

  • Expert to speak on nuclear energy needs

    Nuclear energy now provides roughly 11 percent of the world’s electricity and 39 percent of global non-fossil-fueled electric power generation. However, in spite of its impressive safety record since its commercial use began in the 1950s, some level of opposition to .

  • Nice of athletic department to let students attend class

    To the Editor: As a long-time KSU professor and football fan, I was a bit taken aback when I received a note from the athletic department indicating that football players would not be permitted to attend class Thursday, including my 9:30 .

  • CHARLES THOMAS LEWIS

    A tribute to Charles “Charlie” Thomas Lewis, 93, of Manhattan, who died Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014. The family provided the following information. Charles was born to James Thomas and Anna Melissa (Barker) Lewis on April 26, 1921, in Cherryvale. He attended a number of different .

  • DAWNETTE HOERNER

    Dawnette Hoerner, 52, Quenemo, passed away on Monday, Sept. 15, 2014 in a car accident near Vassar. Dawnette was married to David Hoerner, originally from the Miltonvale and Manhattan area, on June 15, 2001. She is survived by her husband David, her son Britton, her .

  • EDITH THOMPSON

    Edith L. Thompson, 88, of Manhattan, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 16, at her residence. Edith was born in Garrison on June 25, 1926, to the late Julia (Roush) and Edmond Kilner. Edith was united in marriage to Martin Thompson, who precedes her in death. .

  • Mistakes doom Wildcats vs. Auburn Cantele.phatch

    It doesn’t take a math whiz to count up all the points Kansas State left on the field Thursday night against Auburn. The Wildcats turned the ball over four times, missed three field goals and dropped a touchdown pass. .

  • Guggisberg: Strong defense gives Wildcats a chance Grant.phatch

    On a night when Kansas State needed its defense to be special, it obliged. That’s the positive spin in an otherwise maddening loss for K-State, which left 16 points on the field in the form of three missed field goals .

  • Auburn impressed by K-State’s defense Gangtackle.phatch

    Kansas State’s defense wasn’t given much of a chance. In the hype and buildup to one of the biggest non-conference matchups of the season, most of the focus was on Auburn’s high-powered, well-oiled machine of an offense. .

  • K-State XC coach Mike Smith takes West Point post

    After 20 years with the Kansas State track and field program — including nine as the head coach of cross country —Mike Smith will be heading to West Point to become the head track and field and cross country coach at the .

  • Middle school teams to split

    Manhattan’s middle schools will have separate football programs for seventh and eighth graders starting next fall. The Manhattan-Ogden school board unanimously approved a proposal from Anthony and Eisenhower middle school officials on Wednesday to give the seventh graders their .







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