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  • Obituaries | September 08, 2013

    Teresa Lynn Conde

    Teresa Lynn Conde, 54, of Manhattan died September 5 at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.

  • Books | September 08, 2013

    Kansas man tells story of his father’s life in the Navy

    If you want to know what a war was really like, ask an enlisted man, not a general or admiral. In this case, we hear from Clyde resident, Russel F. Coash (1895-1959). He enlisted in the Navy on May 2, 1917, and was honorably discharged two years

  • Books | September 08, 2013

    The rough realities of rehab life

    Being in rehab is not always a pleasant experience. Even getting into the right rehabilitation clinic can be a struggle for those who suffer an addiction of any kind. After reading Anne M. Fletcher’s “Inside Rehab: The Surprising Truth About Addiction Treatment—And How

  • Books | September 08, 2013

    One teen’s adventure to digital ‘80s OASIS

    This is a fascinating story about what our future might hold. The year is 2044, and planets across the universe are populated. Earth, however, is in trouble. Our planet has succumbed to climate change, resources are limited and people’s only escape is through technology, which

  • Books | September 08, 2013

    Newly released fall books offer exciting adult fiction


    What’s new for this fall’s adult fiction book releases? A riveting story that revolves around a long-hidden Mayan codex of epic proportions.  A real puzzler of a missing person for series favorite Chief Inspector Gamache.  A woman long estranged from her

  • Books | September 08, 2013

    Meandering through SoCal while finding solace in music

    Charlie Davis is a talented but disturbed middle-aged man. For the past nine years he’s lived with and been taken care of by his father due to a mental breakdown. All that changes in the book’s first few pages because Charlie’s father

  • Football | September 08, 2013

    K-State gets back on track vs. Cajuns


    Kansas State won the game, but you won’t find Kansas State coach Bill Snyder leading the celebration after this one. Avoiding their first 0-2 start since 1989, the Wildcats eased to a 48-27 victory over Louisiana on Saturday night at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Though

  • Columns |Football | September 08, 2013

    Guggisberg: Wildcats still a work in progress


    As the 48-27 final score against Louisiana indicates, Kansas State improved upon last week’s performance against North Dakota State. But how much better were they? Did the glaring weaknesses in last week’s loss to the Bison really improve that much? The running game

  • Volleyball | September 08, 2013

    Cats post another sweep

    No 11 ksu vb.phatch

    The Kansas State volleyball team beat both the heat and the competition Saturday afternoon, cruising to its third straight sweep and winning the Wildcats’ home tournament. Tournament MVP Katie Brand notched 27 assists to lead the Wildcats to Saturday’s three-game victory over Siena 25-11, 25-0

  • Tennis | September 08, 2013

    K-State cuts ribbon on Mike Goss Tennis Stadium

    Kansas State dedicated the new Mike Goss Tennis Stadium on Saturday morning, as the ribbon-cutting ceremony put an end to a five-year venture for K-State women’s tennis to the Wamego Recreation Complex to play its outdoor home matches. The event for donors, project contributors

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