Avis Inez Edwards Nunnally, 88, of Chattanooga, Tenn., died Monday in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Charles W. “Bill” Baxter, 90, of Wamego died Wednesday at the Wamego City Hospital.
Amidst perfection, Henry de Noble heard him. A Lawrence fan shouting as the fifth inning got underway. “You’ve got a no-hitter going, don’t blow it!” he yelled. The junior pitcher just stared at him, calmly looked back to the plate and retired the
Franklin D. Roosevelt was president, the Lone Ranger debuted on radio and Major League Baseball played its first All-Star game. It was 1933, and the world was on the verge of social and economical change. And the Kansas State baseball team went 3-2 to tie for
Brett Seaton of Manhattan tied for seventh place at a national tennis tournament this past weekend in Springfield, Mo. He participated in the 12-and-under boys’ singles division. Seaton was allowed into the tournament — which was one of four national tournaments open to the top 128-ranked
Kansas State junior Petra Niedermayerova continued to add to her impressive trophy collection on Wednesday, as the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) named her the 2013 ITA Central Region Player to Watch. This is the second time Niedermayerova has earned the award in her career, as she
K-State thrower Sara Savatovic won the team’s first women’s hammer throw conference championship since 2008 earlier this month, and on Wednesday she was named the Big 12 Outstanding Freshman of the Year for the outdoor season. Savatovic won the women’s hammer throw with a
The Rock Creek softball team advanced through regionals on Tuesday to make it to the Class 4A state tournament in Salina. After winning the first-round game against Chapman on Monday in Lindsborg, the Mustangs faced Smoky Valley — winning 3-1. Blair Campbellpicked up the win
Friday is “Mustache Night” as the first 1,000 fans in Tointon Family Stadium for the Kansas State/Oklahoma baseball game will receive a free mustache. Saturday is senior night as the Wildcats will recognize their four seniors, Witt, Jon Davis, Jake Doller and Joe Flattery. General
Firefighters and local builders disagreed on proposed changes to building codes at Tuesday’s city commission work session. City code services officials asked commissioners for feedback on the proposed changes, which are based on a set of updates recently approved by the International Code Council,&
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