DALLAS — Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby did not endorse secession from the NCAA on Monday. That major move would come later, if things don’t change. The second-year leader of the Big 12 was firm Monday morning as he opened the league’s media days with a
Monday, July 22, 2013 9:00 – NO APPEARANCES 10:30 - BKD 10:30 Andrews, Tevin Status (12 CR 699 Poss MJ & DP) BRW I 10:30 Bannister, Eddie Status (13 CR 321 Dom Batt, CP, etc) JJC I 10:30 Fegan, Cody SENTENCING (13 CR 238 Agg. Battery) BKD I 10:30 Fegan, Cody SENTENCING (13 CR 293 Criminal Threat) BKD I 10:30 Jackson, Richard Status (12
DALLAS — The Big 12 provided a sneak peek at a new logo on Monday during its annual media days that it plans to begin using this time next year. It doesn’t vary greatly from the current logo, as it still uses Roman numerals, but perhaps
The Riley County Commission approved a draft personnel amendment Monday prohibiting most employees from carrying concealed weapons during working hours. County Counselor Clancy Holeman brought the draft legislation to the board after department heads brought up concerns about employees carrying concealed weapons off the property.
A Kansas State University researcher is examining why Hispanic immigration has become more common in rural areas and how Hispanic immigrants have adapted in these places, particularly southwest Kansas. Matthew Sanderson, associate professor of sociology who studies international migration, is completing a study on Hispanic
For Lexy Wilson, being in 4H is more like a family tradition. “My mom was involved in 4H before me or my brother was even born,” Wilson said. As a result, Lexy has grown up inside 4H. She officially joined 4H at 7, the minimum age.
Although Riley County and the City of Manhattan have different space needs, it was good to see representatives of the two governments Thursday kicking around potential solutions to their respective problems. Among the center points of their discussion was possible collaboration on a new courthouse
Staff reports Nicki the fire truck doesn’t fight fires anymore. This pink traveling memorial spreads love and hope in support of women who have cancer, and she’s coming to the Kaw Valley Rodeo for Tough Enough to Wear Pink night on Friday, July 26.
Importance of the cowboy to development of this country is being recognized with the National Day of the Cowboy. “On the fourth Saturday of July, many states in the nation celebrate the contribution of cowboys and cowgirls to America’s culture and heritage,” explained Ron
Ronald Ray Hedman, 65, Manhattan, died Friday July 19, 2013 at his residence.
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