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  • Herspring: Time to ‘slap Russia around’

    The United States shouldn’t just tighten the screws on Russia; it should slap the country around a little, said K-State foreign policy expert Dale Herspring. Herspring, distinguished professor of political science at Kansas State University and author of several .

  • Wamego’s 1st turn as Kansas Sampler host draws record crowds Sampler-7.phatch

    WAMEGO — Food and entertainment is a given at any festival. But the 25th annual Kansas Sampler Festival also brought more than 150 communities Saturday to Wamego City Park to promote their unique attractions, businesses and landscapes. Those who attended the event .

  • Huelskamp angered by potential UDSA closure

    The congressman has gone from a little bit frustrated to simmering upset. Rep. Tim Huelskamp, the Republican who represents Kansas’ 1st District in the U.S. House of Representatives, cannot get an answer from Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack about .

  • ‘Demon’ Brigade marks official homecoming

    About 90 soldiers, among the last Big Red One troops in Afghanistan, returned home to Fort Riley on Saturday from a nine-month long deployment. Their homecoming marked the official return of the unit, known as the Demon Brigade. Brigade commander Col. .

  • K-State strong in first home meet Twiss.phatch

    The Kansas State track and field team put in a strong performance at its first home meet of the outdoor season, the Ward Haylett Invitational, coming away with several notable individual performances. Facing off against Kansas, Wichita State and Air .

  • MHS golfers take 2nd at Hutch tourney

    Facing 36 teams at the Hutchinson Invitational on Friday, the Manhattan High boys’ golf team finished in second place in a solid effort from start to finish at Hutchinson’s Carey Park. The Indians finished eight strokes behind Class 5A Kapaun .

  • Indians cruise to doubleheader sweep of Emporia Mhs bsb-denoble-1.phatch

    The Manhattan High baseball team continued its strong spring with a pair of wins against the Emporia Spartans at Norvell Field Friday afternoon. The Indians won 9-1 in the first game before securing a 6-1 victory in Game 2 to complete .

  • Who’s spending all that money?

    U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts spoke recently in a congressional committee meeting about campaign funding in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling that eliminated the limit that individuals can contribute to candidates or party committees during an election .

  • It’s a good time to form a team for Relay for Life

    To the Editor: I know far too many people whose lives have been touched by cancer. Chances are, you know some too. That’s why I’m taking action against cancer by supporting the American Cancer Society Relay for Life .

  • Enjoy evening of music at Peace Memorial Auditorium

    To the Editor: The Manhattan/Riley County Preservation Alliance, in partnership with Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, a music fraternity at Kansas State University, will present the program, “American Music Spectacular,” on the stage of Peace Memorial Auditorium, 1101 Poyntz Ave., Wednesday, .

  • Horan strong again with romance in ‘Starry Sky’

    Horan, who brought Frank Lloyd Wright and his wives to life in “Loving Frank” (2007) , has now done the same for Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) and Fanny Van de Grift Osbourne Stevenson (1840-1914). Their life together was tumultuous and passionate; they .

  • Horned Frogs edge Wildcats, 3-1

    FORT WORTH, Texas — The Kansas State baseball team allowed three two-out runs in the fourth inning, giving No. 13 TCU the only runs it needed beat the Wildcats’ 3-1 on Saturday afternoon at Lupton Stadium. K-State starting pitcher Nate Griep allowed .







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