Thursday, October 8, 2015


  • Men's Basketball | November 14, 2013

    K-State signs two recruits in early period

    Besides winning its first game of the season, the Kansas State men’s basketball team got another piece of good news on Wednesday in the form of two signed National Letters of Intent. The Wildcats landed junior college big man Stephen Hurt and prep school

  • Area Schools | November 14, 2013

    MCC volleyball honored

    Three Manhattan Christian College volleyball players were honored on Wednesday evening at the NCCAA II Awards Banquet. Kylie Rupe, a junior from Manhattan, was named the NCCAA II Player of the Year in a selection by coaches from across the country. Paige Mortensen, junior from

  • Track & Field | November 14, 2013

    Kenny Harrison inducted into track Hall of Fame

    USA Track and Field announced Wednesday that former Kansas State All-American and Olympic Gold Medalist Kenny Harrison was inducted into the National Track and Field Hall of Fame as a member of the 40th overall class. Harrison is the first K-State Track and Field athlete

  • Men's Basketball | November 13, 2013

    Wildcats top Oral Roberts 71-63

    Marcus Foster scored 25 points as the Kansas State men’s basketball team earned its first win of the year with a 71-63 victory over Oral Roberts on Wednesday at Bramlage Coliseum. The K-State freshman was 9 of 12 from the field and led a 10-1 run in

  • Local |Fort Riley | November 13, 2013

    Christmas toy collection effort begins at Fort Riley


    FORT RILEY — Major General Paul Funk II, commanding general of Fort Riley and the 1st Infantry Division, is now one of Santa’s elves. Fort Riley began ringing in the holiday season Wednesday by kicking off this year’s Operation Santa Claus. Operation Santa Claus

  • Local |Kansas State University | November 13, 2013

    Classified group takes issue with vote

    There is disagreement among K-State classified employees over an upcoming vote. K-State classified employees will vote from Nov. 19-22 whether to leave the state civil service and become university employees. There are about 1,600 classified employees who receive hourly wages and don’t have contracts — including

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | November 13, 2013

    Tweet questions RCPD policy

    Twitter can be fun and informative in the hands of law enforcement. Or it can cause just a teeny fuss, as the Riley County Police Department realized again this week. After all, it’s easy to stumble into a misunderstanding when you’re only working

  • Local |Business | November 13, 2013

    Headed to Arizona? Best to travel light

    It’s a package deal. Allegiant Air began flights to Phoenix Nov. 7 from Manhattan, but the airline hopes to do more than just ferry folks back and forth to Arizona. “We like to think of ourselves as a travel agency that owns an airline,” said

  • Local |Business | November 13, 2013

    Equipment malfunction responsible for Cox outage

    Did you suffer from a lack of TV on Tuesday? The cable for many Cox Communications customers stopped working between 11 a.m. and 3:20 p.m. People didn’t get their midday news fix. Perhaps four hours of college basketball went unwatched on ESPN. And some

  • Letters | November 13, 2013

    K-State voting process lacks transparency, neutral party

    To the Editor: Kansas State University classified employees are scheduled to take an important vote November 19-22 regarding leaving the state Civil Service system or keeping Civil Service protections intact. The university voting process will be done electronically through the university email and mail system.

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