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  • Columns |Football | September 17, 2013

    Jellison: Wildcats could run all over reeling Longhorns, Brown


    Mack Brown’s team is in trouble. Through three games this season, Brown’s Texas Longhorns have allowed more than 300 rushing yards per game, ranking 121st out of 123 teams nationally. And what a coincidence, the Longhorns (1-2) have to face Kansas State on Saturday — a

  • Area Schools | September 17, 2013

    EMS volleyball wins match

    The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade volleyball B team picked up its first match win of the season on Monday, splitting a pair of matches. EMS defeated Emporia 25-10 and 25-14 and then lost to Abilene 19-25 and 12-25. Kaitlyn Hagedorn served 16 straight points in

  • General Activities | September 17, 2013

    Manhattan Attack wins sixth straight tournament

    The 10-and-under Flint Hills Soccer Club’s Attack boys soccer team won its sixth consecutive tournament Sunday by claiming the Gold Division championship at The Tournament in the Woods in Raytown, Mo. The Attack opened with a 3-3 tie against Tamashi Futobol and then defeated

  • Golf | September 17, 2013

    Wildcats fifth in Columbia

    COLUMBIA, Missouri — The Kansas State men’s golf team made a 13-stroke improvement from round one to round two on Monday to sit in fifth place at the 2013 Columbia Regional Preview at the par-72, 7,221-yard Club at Old Hawthorne. After carding a 9-over-par 297 in the

  • Local |Kansas State University | September 16, 2013

    Human rights expert: Manning, Snowden ‘brave’

    An international human rights expert told a K-State audience Thursday that the US government has overstepped its boundaries by increasingly invading privacy. The Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice invited Marjorie Cohn, professor of law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, to

  • Obituaries | September 16, 2013

    Terry L. Miller

    Terry Miller, 66, of Manhattan, died Monday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.

  • Movies | September 16, 2013

    New ‘Manhattan’ has plenty to recommend it


    Last Thursday evening I was one of a large crowd at a local screening of the current draft of the new movie “Manhattan.” Most all of us must have fit into the obvious categories of people who are going to be excited about the new

  • Local |Government, Politics | September 16, 2013

    Hurling? It may cost you

    If a local taxi company has its way, barfing on the way home from a night out is going to cost you. City commissioners will consider a proposal Tuesday that would allow cab companies to impose a $75 “cleaning charge” for drunk customers who befoul cabs

  • Local |Government, Politics | September 16, 2013

    Public Building Commision advisory panel axed

    The Riley County Commission decided Monday to not create a public advisory board to the proposed Public Building Commission. But they did so over the objections of one commission member. The decision followed a report by county counselor Clancy Holeman that other such building commissions

  • Local |Kansas State University | September 16, 2013

    Eagle alums to honor Schulz for resume


    Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz will receive a prestigious national honor Saturday related to his work with the Boy Scouts. Schulz, who has been active in the Boy Scouts for many years, will receive the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award from the National Eagle Scout

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