• Army veterinarian-to-be ready to help four-legged defenders

    More than 2,500 dogs serve our nation in search and rescue, border patrol and deploying with our soldiers. But who serves man’s best friend? Michael White is one of those who will soon join the select group of veterinarians who .

  • College of Education wins national award

    Kansas State University’s College of Education received a 2014 LTG (Ret) H.G. “Pete” Taylor Partnership of Excellence Award for higher education from the Military Child Education Coalition at the coalition’s recent 16th National Training Seminar in Washington, D..


    June Barnes, 71, of Randolph, died Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014, at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. She was born on June 1, 1943, in Randolph, the daughter of Ernest Homer and Thelma Mae (Furry) Boles.  She worked as a school cook for the .


    Lewis Lynn Hine, 83, of Manhattan, died Tuesday evening, Sept. 9, 2014, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. He was born on Oct. 17, 1930, in Purcell, Okla., the son of Loyd T. and Marcella (Lynn) Hine. Lewis was raised in Purcell and .


    Brenda Allen Morgan, 49, of Riley, died Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014, at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. Arrangements are pending with the Anderes-Pfeifley Funeral Home in Riley..

  • Sept. 11 activities, ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ and more

    Thirteen years ago, the freshmen at K-State were just starting kindergarten. They may or may not remember where they were and what they were doing, but they can remember now. To commemorate those lives that were lost and affected by .

  • Wildcats look to refocus at Saluki Invite

    Fresh off of playing four matches in five days — all victories — the Kansas State volleyball team will try to repeat that performance Friday as they travel to Carbondale, Ill., for the Saluki Invitational. K-State coach Suzie Fritz’s Wildcats (6-1) .

  • KSU denies travel to parts of Africa

    In light of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Kansas State University is not approving the travel of university-sponsored students, faculty or staff to several countries in the region, and those who recently traveled from the region are being screened .

  • GOP group backs Sherow in 1st District Jim sherow.phatch

    TOPEKA — A group of moderate former Republican state legislators Tuesday endorsed the Democratic nominee in the sprawling and heavily GOP 1st Congressional District of Kansas over conservative incumbent Tim Huelskamp. Democrat Jim Sherow, a 63-year-old Kansas State University history professor .

  • Revision would allow for more digital signs

    The Manhattan City Commission gave its support to the city’s revised sign regulations during a work session Tuesday. The main revision goals are making sign regulations more content neutral and introducing digital signs into the community. Senior planner Chad .

  • Group’s workshop teaches parents how music can enhance learning Parent2.phatch

    A group that advocates military children’s education taught some area parents this morning how music can help their kids learn and improve cognition. The mothers, some associated with the military and some not, gathered with their children at K-State’.

  • Stith named FHRC director

    Bill Clark has officially resigned his one-year post as the Flint Hills Regional Council executive director, the council announced Wednesday. Clark will continue full time as director of business operations for the Geary County school district. Clark stepped down Sept. 1. .


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