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  • Movies | May 30, 2014

    Latest X-Men installment might be the best

    Christopher.conner1

    A decade in the future, the last of the X-Men are on the run. A robot army, able to adapt to counter any attack, is hunting down “mutants.” Unable to defeat the Sentinels, Professor Charles Xavier has a plan: go back in time to prevent

  • Local | May 30, 2014

    Survivor’s story makes national news

    Wallace.phatch

    A local inspirational tale is becoming national and international news. Aricca Wallace’s story about her cervical cancer treatment will be featured at 5:30 p.m. Monday during broadcasts on both NBC Nightly News and CBS Evening News. Dr. Christian Hinrichs will discuss his experimental treatment

  • Manhattan High School | May 30, 2014

    Maize defeats MHS baseball in semis

    LAWRENCE — A day after struggling at the plate in a narrow win over Junction City, the Manhattan High baseball team couldn’t get enough offense going against the Maize Eagles in Friday’s semifinals, losing 3-1 to fall into the consolation game. Manhattan (21-3) got

  • Local |Government & Politics | May 30, 2014

    KSU student joins county race

    Ben Wilson, a music major at Kansas State, officially filed on Thursday to run for District 1 seat on the Riley County Commission. Wilson, a Republican, previously sought candidacy for the Kansas House of Representatives primary race, but withdrew May 10. He had his sights set on

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | May 30, 2014

    $150,000 in equipment stolen in Wabaunsee

    About $150,000 in construction equipment and materials have been stolen from a storage building in the eastern part of Wabaunsee County in two burglaries within the past month. An unknown person or persons broke into the building on April 24 and again on May 27, according to a

  • Editorials | May 30, 2014

    Enough new species for an annual top 10

    Species may be going extinct and our planet might well be going to hell in a handbasket, but the news isn’t all bad. For example, if the number of new species discovered in the last year is any indication, the handbasket is far from

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 30, 2014

    Four faculty members receive teaching awards

    Four Kansas State University faculty members are being recognized with the Commerce Bank Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award for making a difference in the classroom. The 2014 award recipients are Todd Easton, associate professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering; Dann Fisher, professor of accounting; David Richter-O’

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 30, 2014

    Researchers develop composting program with used coffee grounds

    An interdisciplinary Kansas State University research group is turning garbage into gourmet food. The researchers are taking used coffee grounds from a campus coffee shop and using them as compost to cultivate gourmet mushrooms at the K-State Student Farm. By composting alone, 50 pounds a week —

  • Area Schools |Manhattan High School | May 30, 2014

    MHS, area teams gear up for state track

    After back-to-back weeks winning a Centennial League title and a regional title, the Manhattan High boys’ track team opens this weekend’s all-class state track meet with hopes of a third title at Wichita’s Cessna Stadium. If the meet goes as planned, the Indians

  • Area Schools | May 30, 2014

    Bullpups hold off Wamego

    SALINA — The way things started for Wamego on Thursday, things were looking good for the Red Raiders at the Class 4A-D1 state softball tournament in Salina. But by the bottom of the first inning, state newcomers McPherson looked like they were going to run away


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