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  • RICK D. STEPHENS

    Rick D. Stephens, 64, of El Dorado, died Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, at his home. Rick’s life began on Feb. 7, 2015 in Harrison, Ark. He was the son of Ernest Denzil and Charlene (Smith) Stephens. He served his country in the United States .

  • HAROLD BIERBAUM

    Harold Bierbaum, 93, of Barnes, died Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, at the Linn Community Nursing Home. He was born on Dec. 27, 1921, on the family farm at Barnes. He was the son of George and Amelia (Hadde) Bierbaum. He was a lifetime farmer in .

  • PAULINE F. ADOLPH

    Pauline F. Adolph, 87, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan surrounded by her family. The family provided some of the following information. She was born on Sept. 23, 1927, in White City. She was the daughter .

  • K-State spring game moving to KC’s Sporting Park?

    With the new Vanier Complex in the midst of construction, the Kansas State football team is considering alternate locations for this year’s spring game. The Kansas City Star is reporting K-State officials are looking at potentially playing the game .

  • WVU rallies to defeat Cats, 63-51

    MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — West Virginia used a big second-half run to rally from a three-point halftime deficit and defeat the Kansas State women’s basketball team, 63-51, on Wednesday night at WVU Coliseum. The Wildcats controlled the game at the .

  • K-State to honor Winter on Saturday

    Kansas State will celebrate the accomplishments of legendary coach Fred “Tex” Winter on Saturday with the dedication of the drive leading to the Wildcats’ Basketball Training Facility in his name. Winter will join another K-State coaching legend, Jack Hartman, with .

  • K-State’s Schulz named leader of NCAA Board of Governors

    Kansas State President Kirk Schulz is the new chair of the NCAA Board of Governors, which is the highest-ranking committee for the organization. The board named Schulz as its newest leader last Friday during the 2015 NCAA Convention. Schulz will serve .

  • Nets win in Wamego

    The Kansas Nets fifth-grade boys’ basketball team from Manhattan won the WBA Tournament Saturday in Wamego. The Nets went 2-1 in the round-robin format with a 43-20 win over Manhattan CTG, a 42-23 win over the Royal Valley Panthers and .

  • Rock Creek drops wrestling dual

    The Rock Creek wrestling team lost its dual to Washburn Rural on Tuesday, 57-18. Rock Creek got wins from Paul Glover over Deven Maxwell at 138 by pin, while Dawson Stanely pinned Rural’s Kyle Palenske at 170. The Mustangs also got .

  • City to explore providing financial support to Colbert Hills

    The city will begin a study on how to provide financial support for Colbert Hills Golf Course after action by the Manhattan City Commission. The Colbert Hills Foundation, which owns and operates the K-State-affiliated golf course, requested financial assistance from .

  • Carlin sponsors ‘revenge porn’ bill

    A local state representative is seeking to make “revenge porn” a crime in Kansas. Rep. Sydney Carlin, D-Manhattan, introduced House Bill 2062 to the House Appropriations Committee on Tuesday. The measure would penalize the posting or dissemination of sexual images of .

  • Home project sent to zoning appeals board

    Chuck Grier got the go-ahead on Tuesday to take his home project to the Board of Zoning Appeals, but he wasn’t around to see it happen. Before he left, an hour and 15 minutes into the two-hour discussion, Grier spoke .





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