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  • Obesity can take a toll on pets, K-State veterinarian says

    While you’re counting calories and getting in extra exercise, you probably should be doing the same thing for your pets, according to a Kansas State University veterinarian. A survey from the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention found that about 53 .

  • Jazz, bluegrass legends entertain McCain crowd G.w.clift1

    The absolutely final item in the ’13-’14 McCain Auditorium season at K-State was last Tuesday night’s American Legacies show. A good-sized crowd turned out during finals week to hear the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, the Del McCoury Band, and .

  • ROBERT J. NEWMAN, SR.

    Robert J. Newman, 89, died peacefully on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 in Omaha, Neb. He was born on March 14, 1925 in Manhattan to Porter J. Newman and Nettie H. Newman.  He attended public school in Manhattan, graduating from MHS in 1942.  He enrolled .

  • JOHN M. KOGER

    John M. Koger, 93, of Topeka and formerly of Holton, died Thursday, May 15, 2014 at Brewster Place in Topeka. John was born Dec. 4, 1920 in Cheney, the son of Dr. Robert G. and Ermon Sloan Koger. He graduated from Cheney High School in 1938 .

  • EUGENIA LOUISE FITTELL

    Eugenia “Gene” Louise Fittell, 99,  of Shawnee,  died Friday, May 9, 2014 at the Care Haven Home in Overland Park. She was born on Sept.4, 1914 at Randolph, the daughter of John and Amelia (Kunze) Grob.  She attended Monterey Country School .

  • DENNIS A. HEIDEL

    Dennis A. “Sam” Heidel, 81, of Manhattan, died Wednesday, May 14, 2014, at Stormont Vail Health Center in Topeka. He was born on June 6, 1932, in Manhattan, the son of Richard Rudolph and Clara Cecelia (Moske) Heidel. Mr. Heidel attended the McDowell Creek School .

  • JESSE SETTLER

    Jesse Settler, 91, of Manhattan, died Friday, May 16, 2014 at Via Chrisi Village in Manhattan.  Mr. Settler was born Aug. 14, 1922. He was a civil engineer at Fort Riley. Services will be announced at a later date with the complete obituary.  .

  • Cats’ disappointing season down to just 3 games

    When the Kansas State baseball team concludes its series with Texas this Sunday, the season will be over. There will be no Big 12 tournament, no NCAA regional and no trips to play in the College World Series. But K-State (24-28) .

  • Wood tied for 52nd in regional

    COLUMBIA, Mo.  — Kansas State golfer Daniel Wood carded a 5-over 77 Thursday and was tied for 52nd going into today’s second round of the NCAA Columbia Regional at the par-72, 7,141-yard Club at Old Hawthorne. “Daniel had a couple .

  • 11 Wildcats named Academic All-Big 12

    The Big 12 announced its 2014 Academic All-Big 12 Track and Field team Thursday with a total of 189 student-athletes making the grade, including 11 from Kansas State. The women led K-State with six honorees, all of them first team members. Sarah Kolmer was one .

  • Wildcats head to Lubbock for Big 12s

    The K-State track and field team is in Lubbock, Texas this weekend for the Big 12 Outdoor Track and Field Championships — held at the Fuller Track and Field Complex. The meet started today and goes through Sunday. Live results can be .

  • KSU rowing closes out season in Oak Ridge

    The K-State rowing team finishes the 2014 season with the Conference USA Championship on Saturday in Oak Ridge, Tenn. K-State will send out six boats to compete in the all-day event on Melton Hill Lake. Fresh off a second-place finish at .







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