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  • Wildcats in 7th at St. Mary’s Invite

    MONTEREY, Calif. — The Kansas State men’s golf team is seventh after two rounds of the St. Mary’s Invitational at Bayonet and Black Horse Golf Club on Monday. The Wildcats, who carded a 9-over 585 on the day, were led .

  • Cranford brings 3 decades of experience to K-State students Neighbor

    Jerry Jay Cranford is a busy man. The Kansas State theatre instructor is directing the department’s first play of the year in October, “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” a comedy that won the 2013 Tony Award for best .

  • County receives prenatal care grant

    The Riley County Health Department has long told county commissioners that when it comes to prenatal care, the area is lacking. The region’s five-year infant mortality rate is 6.8 percent, with Riley County negatively contributing to that statistic. From 2011 to 2012, .

  • Transportation plan update, audit on tap for city

    The Manhattan City Commission will hear Tuesday about the progress made on developing a regional transportation plan. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at City Hall. Stephanie Watts, transportation planner with the Flint Hills Regional Council, will update the commission .

  • Issues, please, not distractions

    John Vratil, a moderate Republican and former vice president of the Kansas Senate, and Dave Trabert, president of the Kansas Policy Institute, a conservative think tank, aren’t very far apart on the topic of school consolidation as it pertains .

  • Support, celebrate people going through recovery

    To the Editor: Each September Pawnee Mental Health takes time to celebrate National Recovery Month. This year’s theme, “Join the Voices of Recovery: Speak Up, Reach Out,” encourages people to discuss mental health and substance use disorders and the .

  • ‘No Good Deed’ isn’t bad, just sort of ‘Who cares?’ G.w.clift1

    Theater fans and those who like or at least remember older movies know all about “Wait Until Dark.” If they are students of screen history, they may even know that the original small scale (essentially one set) play was written .

  • DANIEL FATH

    Daniel “Dan” D. Fath, 60, a lifetime resident of Wamego, died Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, at The Good Shepherd Hospice House of Manhattan, following a long battle with cancer. The family provided some of the following information. Dan was born Sept. 13, 1954, in Manhattan, .

  • ROBERT WILLIAM GRIFFIN, JR.

    Robert William Griffin, Jr., 58, of Shawnee, died Sunday, September 14, 2014, in Manhattan. Robert was born in Kansas City, Mo., on Feb. 18, 1956, to the the late Joan (Brown) Griffin and Robert William Griffin, Sr. Robert is survived by a daughter, Molly (Justin) .

  • Cats survive first tests, now prep for Auburn Kstatecolor.phatch

    With the Big 12 opener in the books, Kansas State has officially turned its attention to that big game everyone’s been talking about since last season — Auburn this Thursday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Though K-State head coach Bill .

  • Rovelto, Kynard represent the Americas

    K-State track and field head coach Cliff Rovelto, along with former Wildcat All-American Erik Kynard, represented the Americas this weekend at the IAAF Continental Cup in Marrakech, Morocco. The two-day event, which started Sept. 13, pitted Africa, the Americas, Asia/Pacific .

  • K-State men’s golf opens fall season

    The Kansas State men’s golf team will open the 2014-15 season by traveling to Monterey, California, to compete in the Saint Mary’s Invitational at The Bayonet and Black Horse Golf Course, starting today and ending on Tuesday. K-State’.







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