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  • K-State rowers earn Big 12 Boat of the Week

    Kansas State’s 1st Varsity 8 was named Big 12 Boat of the Week for its impressive showing at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association (SIRA) Championship Regatta. The 1V8 crew of coxswain Hillary Schartz and rowers Meggie Murray, Noelle Dykmann, Lisa Angell, .

  • Wildcats head to Des Moines for Drake Relays

    The Kansas State Track and Field heads to Des Moines, Iowa, this week for the 105th annual Drake Relays. After starting Wednesday, the five-day meet runs until April 27 and play host to some of the best athletes, both collegiately and .

  • Silver Lake sweeps Falcons

    The Riley County Falcons fell to the Silver Lake Eagles Tuesday night 10-0 and 14-1. Jordan Ummel pitched the first game and Kerrigan Simons was behind the plate for both games. The Falcons did not tally a hit in the .

  • Mustangs start MEL play with wins over St. Marys

    Rock Creek took care of business on Monday night in the opening games of Mid-East League play with two run-rule wins against St. Marys, 14-4 and 15-0. In the early game, the Mustangs combined for 15 hits, including five doubles and 13 .

  • Rock Creek JV sweeps St. Marys, splits with Eagles

    The Rock Creek JV softball squad improved to 5-3 on the season with wins over the St. Marys Bears.  Rock Creek won both games via run-rule, 14-2 in the first game and 16-6 in the second. Jayden Weers and .

  • Mother of shooting victim speaks about gun laws Trayvon-1.phatch

    Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, was welcomed to the K-State Student Union ballroom by a standing-room audience of nearly a thousand people Tuesday night. In her first visit to Kansas, Fulton talked again about her slain son’s .

  • ‘Empty Bowls’ filled

    The purchase of an empty bowl helped fill the bowls for a family in need. That was the goal of the Manhattan Empty Bowls Project, which was held Tuesday at Hibachi Hut. For $10 a bowl, attendees were able to get .

  • Job fair addresses needs of wounded and outgoing soldiers Jobfair.phatch

    FORT RILEY — Crowds of wounded and outgoing soldiers filled Riley’s Conference Center Wednesday morning for the Hiring Heroes Career Fair. The event, now in its eighth year at the post, is put on by the Department of Defense’s .

  • Counties to conduct needs survey

    Residents of Riley and Pottawatomie counties will have a chance to provide input regarding the quality of life in their communities – and to identify what they perceive as possible improvements. The Riley County Seniors’ Services Center is coordinating a comprehensive .

  • Soldier faces fines for false statement to Social Security

    KANSAS CITY — A Fort Riley soldier pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to making a false material statement to the Social Security Administration. A press release from U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom’s office stated that James Scott Nickerson, 37, admitted .

  • IRS has a knack for scandals

    You’d think the folks at the Internal Revenue Service would be smarter. After all, the IRS is the agency Americans love to hate. You’d at least think that after being raked over the coals for bullying taxpayers a .

  • K-State eases to 13-0 rout of Bakersfield

    Max Brown had a career-high three hits, including a three-run triple, while the Kansas State pitching staff notched its sixth shutout of the season to help the Wildcats beat Cal State-Bakersfield 13-0 on Tuesday at Tointon Family Stadium. Brown, making .







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