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  • Men's Basketball | September 11, 2013

    K-State men’s hoops to host Select-A-Seat Event Saturday afternoon

    Fans interested in purchasing 2013-14 K-State men’s basketball season tickets can check out seating options during a Select-A-Seat event from 2:30-3:30 p.m. on Saturday in Bramlage Coliseum. Season tickets, which can be purchased $20 per game, are currently on sale through the K-State Athletics

  • Golf | September 11, 2013

    K-State improves on final day of Ram Classic

    WINDSOR, Colo. — The K-State women’s golf team finished tied for eighth on Tuesday with a three-round score of 47-over-par at Colorado State’s Ptarmigan Ram Classic at the par-72, 6,352-yard Ptarmigan Country Club. K-State, which sat in ninth after the conclusion of round two,

  • Football | September 11, 2013

    Fans invited to West Stadium Center Open House on Friday

    K-State fans are invited to an open house for the new West Stadium Center, as the new 215,000 square-foot facility will be open to fans from 6-8 p.m. on Friday. The tour will begin outside Gate B, as fans will be directed onto the north

  • Triangulate | September 11, 2013

    Milton Eisenhower breaks color barrier at KSU

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    Throughout his career, former Kansas State University president Milton Eisenhower gained national recognition for his work in government and higher education. While at K-State he introduced the liberal arts program and played a key role in breaking down the color barrier both on the campus

  • Triangulate | September 10, 2013

    Jerry Venable arrives by bus to play for K-State

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    Former Kansas State men’s basketball coach Cotton Fitzsimmons recruited Jerry Venable after seeing him play in the NJCAA national tournament in Hutchinson in the spring of 1968. Venable, a 6-foot-6 forward and two-time All-American at Ferrum (Va.) Junior College still owns the Staunton (Va.) High

  • Local | September 10, 2013

    City commissioners approve airport expansion

    City commissioners unanimously approved the $17.3 million construction contract of the Manhattan Regional Airport expansion. Approval is contingent on the city receiving $13.3 million in funding from the Federal Aviation Administration, which will cover about 80 percent of the cost. In addition, passenger facility fees will cover about $3

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | September 10, 2013

    Homicide victim’s friends wait for answers

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    Neighbors and friends of a man whose body was found Sunday are waiting for answers about the murder case. John Burroughs, 68, was found dead in his Red Bud Estates trailer home after Riley County police were called to check on the man. Police have ruled

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | September 10, 2013

    Child sodomy trial begins with jury selection

    Jury selection began Tuesday for a Manhattan man facing sex crime charges against a child younger than 14 years old. George L. Ferenz, who was 29 at the time of his arrest in October 2012, is facing charges in Riley County District Court of attempted rape, two counts

  • I Wonder |Local |Business | September 10, 2013

    Are there fewer parking spots downtown?

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    Q: The new downtown remodel seems to be reducing the number of parking spaces pretty dramatically.  I wonder if the city commissioners who approved that are the same city commissioners who approved the new Civic Plus building that will have no parking lot for

  • Local |Fort Riley | September 10, 2013

    Fort to honor fallen soldiers

    The annual 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony will take place at 10 am Wednesday at the Global War on Terrorism monument on Fort Riley’s main post. Four names will be added to the monument, which honors Fort Riley soldiers who died while serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. The


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