• K-State wants to set the tone with offense Waterscolor.phatch

    For all the credit Bryce Petty is given for running Baylor’s high-powered offense, maybe Jake Waters isn’t given enough. After all, as good a passer as Petty is, it’s Kansas State’s quarterback that commands the best .

  • Cats guarding against Bears’ big-play threat

    Kansas State coach Bill Snyder knows his team’s problem against Baylor. Fixing it is a different issue. The Wildcats have struggled in two consecutive years to stop Baylor’s ability to score easy touchdowns on long plays, and in .

  • Texas-sized showdowns will decide Big 12 race Josh mug color

    They say everything is bigger in Texas. That is definitely the case this weekend, as the Lone Star State gets set to host two of the biggest games in the Big 12 this season — starting with Iowa State at No. 4 TCU .

  • K-State women grind past UT-Arlington Wb1.phatch

    Seeing their first game action in nine days, the Kansas State women’s basketball team overcame just about everything in a 45-41 gut-check victory against UT-Arlington Thursday night at Bramlage Coliseum. The Wildcats (5-0) shot 31 percent from the field — seven .

  • Edwards trying to regain his confidence

    With all the high expectations he carried into this season, Justin Edwards seems happy to see November come to a close. After scoring 11 and 15 in the first two games of the season, Edwards scored nine points in the final four .

  • Wahl: Plenty of Husker ties to Cats’ NCAA run

    Kansas State volleyball coach Suzie Fritz said one of the biggest things for a team heading into the NCAA tournament is getting it to believe it can win. “There is no special formula you can pour on them,” Fritz said. .

  • Residential, commercial values continue climbing in county House1.phatch

    Home prices and commercial property prices are up in Riley County. County appraiser Greg McHenry told county commissioners Thursday morning the median sale price for homes in November was $175,000, compared with a price of $164,500 during the same time last year. .

  • Board pushes election changes

    Manhattan Ogden school board members on Wednesday asked area legislators to work with their fellow lawmakers to retract a requirement for school districts to hold elections with mail-in ballots separately from other elections. The measure was put in House Bill 2506, .

  • State’s high court to hear ex-soldier’s appeal

    A former Fort Riley soldier convicted of first-degree murder and criminal discharge of a firearm will appeal Dec. 9 to the Kansas Supreme Court. Daniel Parker, who was 25 at the time of the incident, was convicted for an incident in which .

  • K-State announces fall graduation ceremonies

    Fall commencement ceremonies will be Dec. 12 and 13 at Kansas State University.  The university will award more than 1,350 bachelor’s degrees, nearly 400 master’s degrees, nearly 60 doctoral degrees and 12 associate degrees. More than 200 students are earning their degree through K-State .

  • Committee to study school budget for cuts

    The school district will create a budget advisory committee to evaluate cuts for the next fiscal year in anticipation of decreased state school funding. In November, estimates from the state’s Consensus Revenue Estimating Group predicted a $279 million shortfall from .

  • Roundabout is a good choice

    It’s good to see that members of the Manhattan City Commission are not just open to the possibility of a roundabout at the intersection of Anderson Avenue and Scenic Drive but leaning toward that type of traffic method. Apart .


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