Kansas State University’s 2013 Beef Conference — Strategic Cow Herd Management: Surviving and Rebuilding after Persistent Drought, will be held Aug. 6 starting at 8:30 a.m. in Frick Auditorium of K-State’s College of Veterinary Medicine. For those who are unable to travel to Manhattan in person,
A Kansas State University-led study has discovered the role of a protein in bacteria that cause a wide variety of diseases, including typhoid fever, plague, meningitis and dysentery. The results may lead to new and improved antibiotics for humans and animals. Phillip E. Klebba, professor
A Manhattan man is in custody for allegedly knocking another man unconscious with a boom box during a pool-side fight Thursday. Officer Matthew Droge said officers were called to the University Crossing apartments, 2215 College Ave., for reports of a fight by the pool at about 9:30
Two people were hospitalized following a two-vehicle accident on Highway 24, about 3 miles west of Manhattan, on Wednesday. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol crash log, the accident occurred at about 5:30 p.m. after one of the vehicles failed to see the other and turned in
The Kaw Valley Rodeo Association wants you to be tough enough to wear pink. The association will have its seventh annual Tough Enough to Wear Pink rodeo Friday, July 26, to raise awareness of breast cancer and other cancers and support Kansas State University’s Johnson
Marajorie L. (Blu-thardt) Umscheid, 76, died in her home Wednesday after a short illness.
Kenneth Loren “Ken” Lewis, age 88, of Manhattan, died Thursday at Meadowlark Hills - Stolzer House.
The Obama administration apparently isn’t ready to recognize it, and an Egyptian military official is describing what happened there this week as “impeachment by the military,” but the military’s ouster of Mohammed Morsi, is an old-fashioned military coup. It’s too soon to
Au revoir. This is my last commentary, at least for a while. I am leaving Kansas. I was born and spent my formative years in Winfield. I also met and married my wife, Shelley, there. Both of us graduated from Fort Hays State
The American Legion Manhattan Manko junior 17ers opened Salina’s 23rd Annual Kansas Grand Slam Wood Bat Tournament Thursday with a pair of losses. Manhattan suffered a close defeat early in the day against the Topeka Gorillas, 8-7, and lost again Thursday night to the
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