K-State’s Leti Romero put together one of her strongest weeks of the season for K-State, helping the Wildcats to a road win at its rival Kansas. For her efforts, she was named the Big 12 Freshman of the Week for the fourth time this season
Fourteen K-State football players have been named player representatives for the 2014 season, head coach Bill Snyder announced Saturday. Dante Barnett, Travis Britz, Jack Cantele, Dalton Converse, Randall Evans, B.J. Finney, Weston Hiebert, Tyler Lockett, Ryan Mueller, Curry Sexton, Boston Stiverson, Jonathan Truman, Jake Waters
K-State’s baseball game at Nebraska today has been postponed due to field conditions not suitable for playing in cold temperatures. No makeup date has been announced at this time. K-State (4-7) will open its 2014 home schedule on Friday against Iowa (9-1) at 3 p.m.
K-State second baseman Ross Kivett was named Big 12 Player of the Week for the period ending March 2, the conference office announced Monday afternoon. It is the senior’s first career conference player of the week honor. Kivett tied for the Big 12-lead with a .500 (6 for 12)
STILLWATER, Okla. — It wasn’t the best way for the Kansas State men’s basketball team to finish off the Big 12 road schedule, as the Wildcats got knocked around in a 77-61 loss at Oklahoma State. The Wildcats (20-10, 10-7 Big 12) started the game off
Q: Why did they have school today? I thought they had rules about calling off school when it’s below zero, since kids have to stand outside while waiting for the bus.
Kansas State University’s first Landon Lecture of 2014 will feature John Skipper, president of ESPN Inc. and co-chairman of Disney Media Networks, as well as prominent figures in collegiate athletics. The lecture is scheduled for 7 p.m. on April 2 in McCain Auditorium. The event will
Updates from the Riley County Commission: • Mary Jo Harbour, chair of the Riley County Council on Aging, updated the commission on its Meals on Wheels program in conjunction with March for Meals Month. Harbour said the program is currently serving about 170 meals a day to
Opponents of a bill that would make it easier to prosecute school officials for introducing offensive materials to students have good reason to be alarmed. The bill, sponsored by state Sen. Mary Pilcher-Cook, a Shawnee Republican, is so broad that it could leave educators more
Guy Lundquist contributes to the Manhattan Fire Department in a multitude of ways – as a former firefighter, current custodian and unofficial department historian. Lundquist, born and raised in Manhattan, served as an MFD firefighter from January 1977 until his early retirement in March 1997. During his career,
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