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  • Sunflower Showdown to air on Big Monday

    In what has become a staple of ESPN programming, the Sunflower Showdown between Kansas State and Kansas will once again air on its signature telecast, as the Big 12 and ESPN announced its Big Monday pairings on Monday afternoon. The long-standing .

  • Babysitter, 4 children escape fire in Ogden

    A babysitter and four children escaped unharmed when a fire broke out inside an Ogden double-wide mobile home Monday afternoon. Riley County Emergency Management Director Pat Collins said firefighters responded at about 1:30 p.m. to the residence at 212 Ninth St. .

  • County finalizes primary vote count

    Riley County commissioners approved primary election ballot counts, and the final results were expected to be posted late Monday. Jolene Keck, the Riley County election supervisor, updated commissioners about this year’s election. Keck said 5,609 ballots were cast. Of those, 5,601 .

  • Knopp reflects on long career of helping people in transition Neighbor.phatch

    Monday morning was the start of a new era in Nancy Knopp’s life. Knopp finished her final days as the director of care management at Mercy Regional Health Center last week after 26 years of working at the hospital. “It .

  • Nichols to stand trial for JC murder charge

    JUNCTION CITY – Anthony Nichols will stand trial in Geary County District Court for a September 2013 murder in Junction City. At an arraignment hearing on Monday, District Judge Maritza Segarra entered not guilty pleas for the 34-year-old man from Kansas City, .

  • It’s not football season quite yet

    The United States is launching air strikes in northern Iraq, the record Ebola outbreak threatens to spread from West Africa, Russia is still trying to rule Ukraine and the Israelis and Palestinians seem to be waiting for each other to .

  • Our actions must reflect national identity, principles

    To the Editor: We have a long-held national identity. We have portrayed ourselves as a people that cares about the needs of the vulnerable, the downtrodden and the unpopular.  We have led the world in the protection of human .

  • Stranded driver grateful for assistance of ‘angels’

    To the Editor: I want to sincerely thank all of the wonderful people who helped me when my car mysteriously died at the corner of Anderson and Sunset avenues the afternoon of July 31. I will be forever grateful to Joe .

  • THOMAS E. HANNAH

    Thomas E. Hannah Sr., 68, formerly of Manhattan and Osawatomie, died Sunday, July 13, 2014, in Valdosta, Ga., at the home of his daughter, Annette Hannah Clark. Tom was born Jan. 10, 1946, in Robson, W.Va., to Lela and Everett Hannah, who preceded him .

  • ‘Into the Storm’ has problems, but it’s better than ‘Twister’ Christopher.conner1

    Appropriately titled disaster film “Into the Storm” was released on a busy weekend for late summer films. “Into the Storm” has some stiff competition for audiences’ attention. Writer John Swetnam, even competes against himself with credits on two new releases. .

  • WR Andre Davis looking to contribute immediately 02 davis, andre - mug.phatch

    New Kansas State wide receiver Andre Davis and quarterback Jake Waters have more in common than meets the eye. Like Waters, Davis was a Division-I qualifier out of high school, but had no scholarship offers. After two years of JUCO .

  • Newman entering 12th NFL season Newman.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Terence Newman’s longevity is unparalleled compared to most football players from Kansas State that have gone on to play in the National Football League. Newman, a starting left cornerback for the Cincinnati Bengals, is entering his 12.







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