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  • Obituaries | May 22, 2013

    Tyra Herink

    Tyra M. Herink, 94, of Clyde, died Monday at Park Villa Nursing Home in Clyde.

  • Baseball | May 22, 2013

    Cats sweep Big 12 baseball awards

    The Kansas State baseball team saw the benefits of winning a Big 12 Championship on Tuesday, sweeping the league’s top two awards. Coach Brad Hill earned his second honor as Big 12 Coach of the Year and Ross Kivett was named Player of the Year by

  • Baseball | May 22, 2013

    Big 12 baseball schedule adjusted

    OKLAHOMA CITY — In the wake of this week’s devastating storm in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, the Big 12 has postponed the start of the league baseball tournament. The championship, originally set to begin today at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in double-elimination format will

  • Local |Education | May 22, 2013

    MATC wins national recognition

    Manhattan Area Technical College has been named the Department of Homeland Security and National Security agency’s “National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance 2-Year Education” award winner MATC is one of only 24 two-year institutions in the United States with such a designation and

  • Local |Business | May 21, 2013

    Mercy Regional moves to correct budget shortfall

    Officials at Mercy Regional Health Center announced Tuesday a series of measures they hope will stabilize their fiscal situation in the face of declining in-patient activity. The steps are being taken as part of a system-wide adjustment by Via Christi Health, Mercy’s parent operation,

  • Food & Drink | May 21, 2013

    Retire that bottled sauce and get creative with side salads

    Food 1.phatch

    Memorial Day is just around the corner and with the extended winter foiling a few spring plans, families are more than ready to spark up the grill and start cooking. That being said, I think we become really content when it comes to grilling and

  • Food & Drink | May 21, 2013

    Pizza place prides itself on standing out from the crowd

    Around nine years ago, Ryan Murphy had the radical idea to turn a Kansas farming staple —- wheat —- into a pizza crust. “There were few pizza places that had done that,” Murphy said. “There was a niche in the market and it needed to

  • Movies | May 21, 2013

    New ‘Star Trek’ film is solid entertainment

    Having seen and enjoyed the perfectly-cast 2009 “Star Trek,” I shared the enthusiasm of the throngs entering movie theaters last weekend to see director J.J. Abrams’s new movie, “Star Trek: Into Darkness.” Abrams has the knack, after all. And his terrific cast—Chris Pine

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 21, 2013

    Faculty reps present grievances to Schulz

    A group of K-State faculty members delivered to President Kirk Schulz Tuesday morning a resolution signed by 511 faculty and unclassified employees that calls for increased pay. Schulz said he appreciates the passion and communication from faculty members on what they have deemed a longtime problem

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency |Education | May 21, 2013

    Boys in Riley suspected of posting images of girls

    Five boys enrolled in USD 378 schools are suspected of posting pornographic images of at least 10 area girls online. Officer Matthew Droge, public information officer for the Riley County Police Department, said the boys range in age from middle to high school. He said they are


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