G. Earl Slagle, 88, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. The family provided the following information. Earl was born on Dec. 23, 1925, in rural Beeler, the son of Vern and Ivy (Prose) Slagle. During World .

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    Purple, get ready to roll! Roll to City Park for the annual Purple Power Play in the Park Thursday and Friday nights. Thursday features the K-State Tap Dance Ensemble, Bates Dance Studio, and Rusty Rierson and Band. Friday features the .

  • K-State volleyball to open season in Green Bay

    After an offseason spent ushering in nine new faces to help replace six graduating seniors, the new-look Kansas State volleyball team opens its 2014 slate against host Green Bay Friday night at 7 at the Green Bay Country Inn & Suites Tournament .

  • Davis earns first start at LB Davis, will 1.phatch

    Will Davis came to Kansas State with a highly touted high school career at one of Texas’ top programs. As a high school senior, the linebacker led Southlake Carroll to an undefeated season and a state championship, tallying 176 tackles and 10 .

  • Music, art, comedy and more highlight September at KSU

    September is a great time to fall into the arts at Kansas State University’s Manhattan campus. Enjoy a variety of musical performances, comedy shows, art exhibitions, artist talks and more offered by the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, .

  • Jurors listen to recording of Gonzalez’s interview with sheriff’s department

    WESTMORELAND — Pablo Gonzalez buried his head in his hands as jurors in Pottawatomie County District Court listened on Tuesday to a recording of an interview conducted just hours after Levi Bishop was shot and killed early Jan. 1 in St. Marys. .

  • USD 383 not likely to change start times for teens, despite new recommendation from pediatric group

    Pediatricians might recommend teenagers get more sleep with later school start times, but the local school district does not appear to intend to change them. The American Academy of Pediatrics released a new policy statement on Monday recommending that high .

  • Dunkin’ Donuts coming to town

    Sometimes good things come in threes. Dunkin’ Donuts is coming to the Manhattan area, and franchisees Alison Leiszler-Bridges and Samantha Liby are planning to open three restaurants. Leiszler-Bridges said they hope the first restaurant will open during the first half .

  • Speaker urges students to get consent — even for kissing Speaker1.phatch

    Hundreds of Kansas State University students learned about what constitutes healthy and safe relationships Tuesday evening during an event aimed at changing cultural norms about sexual assault. The “Can I Kiss You?” program, presented by Mike Domitrz, the creator of .

  • Fans to bring Purple Power to City Park

    Purple Power Play in the Park will help ring in the new college football season on Thursday and Friday evenings at City Park. The annual event, which began in 1988, is a festival held prior to the first home K-State football .

  • Childhood poverty has its price

    We’d like to think that when Kansas legislators inquire about the increase in the number of public school students who receive free and reduced-price lunches, lawmakers’ real concern is the growing poverty in Kansas, not the possibility that school .

  • Leadership program rewarding

    As student body president of Kansas State University, I am blessed to have many wonderful opportunities. Some highlights include monthly meetings with university President Kirk Schulz, serving on the K-State Alumni Board of Directors and being on the field for .


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