Friday, October 9, 2015


  • Football | October 02, 2015

    Wildcats look to trade field goals for touchdowns in red zone

    Now almost four games into the season, one could say Kansas State has some unfinished business. Though undefeated, that unfinished business could prove to be risky business this weekend if the Wildcats don’t find ways to finish drives with touchdowns. “There are some very

  • Volleyball | October 02, 2015

    K-State volleyball’s offense looks to stay hot at TCU

    After dominating Baylor in a sweep in its conference home opener, the Kansas State volleyball team will once again hit the road to take on TCU in Fort Worth this weekend. First tip between K-State and TCU is set for Saturday at 5 p.m. at

  • Men's Basketball | October 02, 2015

    Wildcats close book on last season

    Wesley Iwundu doesn’t want to talk about last season. It’s hard to blame him. The Kansas State men’s basketball team was 15-17 last year, spending the whole season dealing with inner turmoil that spilled into the offseason. K-State lost 10 players from last

  • Local |Business | October 01, 2015

    Discovery Center set to open Flint Hills Masters exhibit


    A local partnership has produced the Flint Hills Discovery Center’s latest exhibit. The center teamed with the Strecker-Nelson Gallery for Flint Hills Masters, which the center describes as “a collection of paintings and sculptures interpreting a sense of place and love for the regional

  • Local |Government, Politics | October 01, 2015

    Wichita man, Sherow among candidates to lead Dems

    Kansas Democrats expect to pick a longtime Wichita-area activist as their new state chairman this weekend to concentrate on fundraising and boosting their numbers in the Legislature after the abrupt resignation of a leader who suggested rebranding the party. Prominent Democrats have said for several

  • Local |Business | October 01, 2015

    Via Christi stops offering heart attack procedure

    Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan on Thursday stopped offering a preliminary procedure used to treat some heart attacks. The hospital will no longer offer primary coronary interventions (PCI), a procedure used to treat heart attacks caused by a prolonged blockage of blood to the heart.

  • Local |Business | October 01, 2015

    County collects interest, back taxes after sale of 149 Ogden lots

    The sale of 149 lots in Ogden last month means a significant reduction to the number of properties on the county’s delinquent tax list. The properties in question, including an apartment complex along I-70, were transferred from RIM Development to a company called Ogden, KS

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency |Kansas State University | October 01, 2015

    KSU police investigating possible sexual battery case

    A naked man reportedly touched female students at a K-State residence hall this week. K-State police are investigating reports of a “nude male randomly touching female students in a sexual manner” on campus, according to a press release from the university’s department of communications

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency |Fort Riley | October 01, 2015

    Officials working to ID body found on post

    More than a week after finding a body on Fort Riley, investigators are still working to identify the remains. Chris Grey, chief of public affairs for the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command (CID), wrote in an email that CID agents are “working with the Armed

  • Manhattan High School | October 01, 2015

    Indians to face pass-happy Chargers


    For the second consecutive week, and perhaps the last time this season, the Manhattan High football team will play against its opponent as the overwhelming favorite to win. Manhattan hosts Topeka West at Bishop Stadium Friday night at 7 p.m. The Indians haven’t lost

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