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  • July 04, 2013

    Gramatica, Ohlde to enter Hall of Fame

    The Kansas Sports Hall of Fame announced its Class of 2013 this week, which includes a pair of former Kansas State All-Americans in place kicker Martin Gramatica and women’s basketball star Nicole Ohlde. Induction ceremonies will be Oct.6 at the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame

  • Men's Basketball | July 04, 2013

    K-State releases 2013-14 non-conference schedule

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team will host nine non-conference games at Bramlage Coliseum in 2013-14, including matchups with Oral Roberts, Long Beach State, Ole Miss and George Washington. Under second-year head coach Bruce Weber, the Wildcats will play 18 games at home in 2013-14.

  • July 03, 2013

    Sequestration cuts to hit USD 383

    USD 383’s Title I funds have been reduced $120,795 for the 2013-14 school year, according to federal sequestration information presented at the Board of Education meeting Wednesday. Title I funds provides financial assistance to schools with high numbers or high percentages of children from low-income families

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | July 03, 2013

    9 students from Nepal indicted for fraud

    Nine K-State students from Nepal were indicted by a grand jury Tuesday on federal charges of visa fraud. The 15-page indictment alleges the students conspired to maintain their non-immigrant visas by falsely claiming they possessed the required funds to pursue their studies and support themselves

  • Local |Government, Politics | July 03, 2013

    At odds over ATA bus

    City commissioners disagreed Tuesday about whether to allow ATA Bus to place a bus stop in the 500 block of Leavenworth Street. The issue was downtown parking. Commissioner Wynn Butler said he would vote against allowing the bus service to place a stop on the block

  • Local |Government, Politics | July 03, 2013

    KDOT agrees to actions following EPA water complaint

    The Kansas Department of Transportation will pay a $477,500 fine and require a pollution-prevention class for its employees as part of the remedial actions it agreed to in response to civil action by the Environmental Protection Agency filed on Monday. The EPA found three road construction

  • I Wonder | July 03, 2013

    What the intersection cameras are watching for

    Wonder1

    Q: What is the purpose of those cameras that have been mounted on the traffic signals at Bluemont and Juliette? I understand there may be some at other intersections too.

  • Local |Government, Politics | July 03, 2013

    Pottawatomie County Commission considers gun law options

    Concealed carry or expensive security: that’s the choice facing Pottawatomie County commissioners as a result of legislation adopted by the 2013 Kansas Legislature and signed into law by the governor. HB 2052 modifies the Personal and Family Protection Act to allow the possession of firearms in

  • General Activities | July 03, 2013

    Senior 17ers struggle offensively in 4-0 loss

    In the first matchup with the KC Bullets this summer, the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers were routed 19-2 in their worst loss of the season. In Tuesday’s rematch in Kansas City, Manhattan kept the score much closer, but still couldn’t muster

  • Local |Kansas State University | July 03, 2013

    American flag has changed over the years

    The American flag is a common sight across the country on the Fourth of July, and a Kansas State University textiles expert said just as our country has evolved since 1776, so has Old Glory. According to Barbara Gatewood, professor emeritus of textile science in the


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