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  • Internet sales tax could boost county revenue

    The Riley County Commission is trying to raise public awareness about the cost of having no Internet sales tax, something that they said is costing the state and county millions of dollars in revenue. House Speaker John Boehner said Monday .

  • ISIS’ barbarism again on display

    Perhaps one day we will get used to reports that the Islamic State has beheaded yet another innocent person. Let’s hope not. Let’s hope that such killings, which President Barack Obama rightly described as acts “of pure evil,” .

  • GeoWeek is an occasion to learn about geography

    To the Editor: I’m a graduate student with the Department of Geography at Kansas State University and a resident of Manhattan. This week, Nov, 16-22, is Geography Awareness Week (GeoWeek). GeoWeek is an annual awareness program organized by National .

  • KSU’s ‘developing scholars’ left us with a nice feeling

    To the Editor: We very much appreciate the KSU’s Developing Scholars Program for its “Rake ‘n Run” community service event. The leaves in our yard were at least 3 inches deep. About 13 students worked in the yard for at least .

  • Manhattan’s Harkin wins tennis tourney

    Manhattan’s Daniel Harkin won a top regional tennis championship this past weekend in Topeka. Harkin won the boys 12-and-under singles title at the November Sweet 16 tournament. That event is a competition among the top 16 applicants from the five-state Missouri .

  • ROSE MARY FORKENBROCK

    Rose Mary Katherine Forkenbrock, 94, of Junction City died Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014, at Sterling House in Junction City. The family provided some of the following information. Rose Mary was born Aug. 6, 1920, in Remsen, Iowa, the daughter of John and Susan (Treinen) Schiltz. .

  • Weber likes his two PGs

    From the moment last season ended, the question immediately started floating around the Kansas State men’s basketball team. Would this year’s point guard be Nigel Johnson or Jevon Thomas? After the Wildcats opened the season with a 98-68 .

  • Wildcats host UMKC looking for second win

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team will look to make it two straight wins in the Jeff Mittie era on Tuesday night when the Wildcats host UMKC at 7 p.m. The Wildcats are coming off a season-opening victory on .

  • Nelson, Sproles square off Sunday

    Two former Kansas State stars enjoying solid NFL seasons squared off against each other on Sunday, as Jordy Nelson’s Green Bay Packers trounced Darren Sproles’ Philadelphia Eagles, 53-20, in a game that was never close. It was Nelson who .

  • Galvan secures at-large bid to NCAA meet

    Kansas State cross country senior Laura Galvan earned an individual at-large bid to compete at the NCAA Cross Country Championship Saturday, Nov. 22, the NCAA announced Saturday. Taking ninth place in Terre Haute, Ind., this past week during the Midwest Regionals, .

  • No. 23 K-State volleyball rallies, beats Baylor in five

    WACO, Texas — The No. 23 Kansas State volleyball team overcame a 2-0 set deficit for the second time this season on Saturday as the Wildcats came back to beat Baylor in five games (22-25, 16-25, 25-18, 25-19, 15-9), in the Ferrell .

  • Library creates gamers’ paradise for fun, education Games2.phatch

    Depending on where you are, it’s OK to make a little bit of noise in the library. Hale Library became a gamers’ haven for four hours on Saturday afternoon as a part of International Games Day, an initiative supported .





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