• Couple’s kindness saved me a great deal of trouble

    To the Editor: Last Saturday a young couple knocked on my door in order to return my lost wallet. I had not even missed it, although it turned out I had left it on the Starbucks counter at Dillons East .

  • College of Vet Med hosts world symposium in China

    A mutual interest in improving animal health and veterinary education is helping the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine bring new global partners together in China. The college’s U.S.-China Center for Animal Health partnered with the .

  • Be cautious of data breaches

    If you’re worried about a data breach when making those holiday purchases, there isn’t much you can do, according to a cybersecurity expert from Kansas State University. “In general, when you’re looking at the compromises we’ve .

  • BARBARA J. COONROD

    Barbara Jane (Stephens) Coonrod, 93, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, at Via Christi Village in Manhattan. She was born on Dec. 7, 1920, in Salina, the daughter of Charles and Mary (Southworth) Stephens.  Barbara was the youngest of 10 children.  She graduated .

  • EDITH M. PICKETT

    Edith Marie Pickett, 96, of Manhattan, died Wednesday evening, Nov. 26, 2014, at the Via Christi Village in Manhattan. She was born on Sept. 2, 1918, in Clay Center, and was a longtime Manhattan resident. Additional obituary and service information will be announced later by .

  • Poinsettia sale benefits Kansas State Gardens

    The annual Kansas State University Gardens poinsettia sale from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5, will not only brighten homes and dinner tables this holiday season, but also support student worker assistants and other operations at the gardens. The .

  • Cats looking to get run game fixed Josh mug color

    If Cody Whitehair could identify where things went wrong in the running game this season, it might surprise most. The Kansas State left tackle said things started to shift against Oklahoma this season, a game in which the Wildcats went .

  • Lockett wants to go out ‘with a bang’

    When Jake Waters was trying to decide between N.C. State, Penn State and Kansas State, there was one person he wanted to meet during his recruiting visit to Manhattan. The bond created that day has turned into one of .

  • Wildcats host Mountaineers on senior night

    Heading into the 2014 volleyball season Kansas State senior Chelsea Keating said this year’s senior class would be taking a different approach to leadership. “I try not to see it as my team,” Keating said during the Wildcats’ media day .

  • K-State women’s game vs. LSU cancelled

    PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico — The Kansas State women’s basketball team’s final game of the Hardwood Tournament of Hope against LSU was cancelled Thursday due to a facility conflict at the Puerto Vallarta International Convention Center. In addition to Thursday’.

  • NTSB: Bramlage had little experience with plane

    A Junction City businessman’s inexperience with the plane he was flying might have been a contributing factor in the crash that killed him and his five family members, according to a National Transportation Safety Board report. Ronald Bramlage, 45, and .

  • Volunteers prep dinner for 500-plus Oc1.phatch

    Manhattan’s Old Chicago general manager Mike Rice was hard at work in the kitchen by 8 a.m. Thursday morning. He got there two hours earlier. When your restaurant is hosting a free community Thanksgiving dinner planned to feed more .





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