• Davis hits Brownback on school funding, income taxes at rally

    Paul Davis isn’t shy about what he believes the Nov. 4 election means to Kansas. “This election is as significant of one as there has been in my lifetime,” the Democratic candidate for governor said to about 65 supporters at Triangle .

  • New CivicPlus building offers modern amenities, open design Civicplus6.phatch

    After two and a half years of development, CivicPlus’ $12.5 million project is complete. “It’s overwhelming to think about how we started in a back alley office in the Candlewood Shopping Center and now have this amazing building,” said owner .

  • Production a reminder of Wamego theater’s origins Murals2.phatch

    As the Columbian Theatre in Wamego prepares to open its production of “Meet Me in St. Louis” on Friday, the community also remembers the influence of the World’s Fair on the theater’s beginnings. The theater began its operations .

  • Improvement projects not always worth it Bethany047cut.phatch

    For the last two weeks, I tried to be a better person. But I’ve concluded that I’m fine with being an OK person. Let’s start with week one. That’s the week that I tried being disciplined, .

  • Waters leads Wildcats past Tech Ksu15 throw.phatch

    If Kansas State had anything to prove offensively, the Wildcats certainly did that on Saturday night. The 23rd-ranked Wildcats rolled up 533 yards of total offense — including a career-high 395 yards from quarterback Jake Waters — to pound Texas Tech, 45-13, at a .

  • Cats open practice with depth

    With several key additions joining the team, the Kansas State men’s basketball team might seem like it’ll have a target on its back this season. But while the Wildcats are thought to be one of the top five .

  • Sexton established as No. 2 receiver

    Make no mistake, Kansas State All-America receiver Tyler Lockett is quarterback Jake Waters’ No. 1 target. Since his arrival from Iowa Western Community College in 2013, Waters has had a special chemistry with Lockett, who has established himself as one of K-State’.

  • K-State sweeps Texas Tech for 15th win of the season

    LUBBOCK, Texas — The Kansas State volleyball team picked up its second Big 12 road win in a row, behind double-digit kills by Kylee Zumach and Katie Reininger, as the Wildcats swept Texas Tech, 3-0 (27-25, 25-18, 25-22), on Saturday in the .

  • KSU, associate provost recognized nationally for diversity commitment

    Kansas State University and its faculty are being honored with three national awards for commitment to diversity and inclusion. The university has received a 2014 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity, or HEED, award, from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine. Minority Access Inc. .

  • Collins recipient of Wildcat Pride Award

    Olivia Collins, Kansas State University assistant professor emeritus of leadership studies, was named the recipient of 2014 Wildcat Pride Award. Collins received the award, which recognizes K-State faculty or staff who have been instrumental in advancing the mission of the K-State .

  • Staten runs Falcons past rival Rock Creek Rcfb1.phatch

    FLUSH — In just a few plays, the momentum seemed to fall right out from under Rock Creek. Riley County scored quickly on a few drives and the Mustangs couldn’t answer in a 34-13 loss at home. The Mustangs tied .

  • Cameron: Royals on verge of clinching Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY — Good grief!! What will this city be like tonight? “Loud,” offered outfielder Alex Gordon, who drove in the Royals’ first run against the Los Angeles Angels Friday night. “Really, really loud.” “Just plain crazy,” summed up first baseman .





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