Though the Riley schools’ $12.3 million bond proposal for was defeated by a vote of 764 to 358 on Tuesday, Supt. Brad Starnes said he is confident the district will start to see some necessary changes to its facilities within the next year. “We will prioritize plans and
The recent outcry against the Kansas Legislature’s whack at higher education funding came too late to prevent a short-sighted and misguided assault on state-supported colleges and universities. Though Gov. Sam Brownback sought to maintain funding for higher ed, his conservative legislative majority did not
To the Editor: My name is Heléne Dewilde; I am an exchange student from Belgium who attended Manhat-tan High School as a senior last year and graduated in May. I have been living with the Dhuyvetter family for the past 10 months.
It’s been quite a week at Fort Riley, one in which the annual Victory Week has been celebrated between some important birthdays. The first birthday was Saturday, June 8. It was the 1st Infantry Division’s 96th, and yes, there was cake. The division, which
A K-State delegation had the top tractors in a recent international competition. Kansas State University’s quarter-scale tractor design teams won the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers’ 16th annual International Quarter-Scale Tractor Student Design Competition, earlier this month in Peoria, Ill. The teams
The American Royal Association is looking for America’s best-tasting steak, and Kansas State University Olathe will help. The association’s second annual second annual American Royal Steak Competition will be at the K-State Olathe campus in September, with the winner announced at the 2013 Grapes &
Fifty students at Kansas State University are among the newest members of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious academic honor society. To be eligible for membership consideration to Phi Beta Kappa, a student must be a junior or a senior with
Ronald J. “Cowman” Powell, 77, of Wamego and formerly of Hutchinson died June 2.
Groundbreaking on the Kansas Department of Agriculture building in Manhattan is slated for this afternoon. It is scheduled for 4 p.m. at the Kansas State University Research Park on North Manhattan Avenue. State Secretary of Agriculture Dale Rodman said earlier this spring the agency would
Anna Marie Sisto Board, 85, of Manhattan died Saturday at Mercy Regional Hospital in Manhattan.
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