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  • Viral challenge for ALS floods Manhattan Ned.phatch

    A wave of ice bucket challenge videos is flooding the nation, and not even Manhattan is safe. Everyone from former President George W. Bush to Justin Timberlake is pouring buckets of cold water over their heads to raise awareness and .

  • Museum shows how WWI continues to affect the present Museum4.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, MO. – Standing on the glass bridge that carries you back a full century, you cannot miss the sea of reddish-gold poppies beneath you. There are 9,000 of the artificial flowers, each one representing a thousand members of the military .

  • No more invigorating Augusts Kristina.phatch

    If the roads seem a little more crowded this week, it’s because almost 25,000 students are starting classes Monday. It’s move-in weekend at K-State, and it makes me nostalgic for my recently finished college years. I graduated from the .

  • Frankfort native leads Cats into 2014 Keating.phatch

    Chelsea Keating remembers how it felt when she was a freshman, trying to fit in and understand the complexity of what was going on — doing it all on the Big 12 stage. The fifth-year senior from Frankfort says she tries to .

  • KSU offering Series 7 prep course for financial planners

    The personal financial planning program at Kansas State University is offering a first-of-its-kind credit course that prepares students to take the general securities licensing exam. The exam, called Series 7, is required by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority of registered representatives .

  • Project Search helps adults find jobs

    LAWRENCE — The transition from the safe environment of high school to the realities of the working world can be rough for anyone, but add a developmental disability and the road to the real world can be that much bumpier. To .

  • ‘Wedding Bees’ delivers on science info and a story with buzz

    Honey bees are a recurring motif in popular literature nowadays, perhaps reflecting how entomologists, agronomists, and biologists across the nation are concerned with the inexplicable collapse of high numbers of bee colonies. With greatly reduced numbers of pollinators come equal .

  • Former Royals catcher breaks down diamond in ‘Throwback’

    Jason Kendall is one of those guys you probably love if he played for your team. If he played for your opponent, you undoubtedly hated him. In this entertaining and fascinating nitty-gritty examination of modern-day baseball, Kendall, for instance: • Extols .

  • K-State Common Book ‘Ghost Map’ takes on 1854 cholera outbreak Marcia.allen1

    Each academic year, the K-State Book Network (KSBN) selects an exceptional book for a common reading experience. In conjunction with that all-university read, campus activities, classroom experiences, and community programs are offered share additional insights into the reading. In past .

  • ‘The Orenda’ captures a different era

    “The Orenda” is a story about Huron Indians — the Wendat — in the first half of the 17th century. It’s told through the eyes of three individuals: Bird, a great “war-bearer” of the Bear Clain who rises to the role .

  • Beaton’s ‘Hamish’ a likable lead

    This is the latest in a long series of murder mysteries written by prolific British writer M. C. Beaton over the last 20 years or so and features the Highland Scottish police constable Hamish Macbeth.  In spite of an amazing .

  • Train to become master gardener Greggeyestone1

    Do you like people and plants? You should say yes! If your answer was “yes,” then being a master gardener is for you. You get to talk to people about plants. That is a master gardener in a nutshell.  .







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