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  • Manhattan High School | April 21, 2013

    Indians’ mile relay team tops among Kansas schools

    While most of the Manhattan High track and field team spent the weekend in Emporia at a two-day meet, several members of the team instead traveled to Lawrence for the KU Relays. Among those competing on Friday were junior Alaina Schroeder in the two-mile, as

  • Tennis | April 21, 2013

    Wildcats sweep past Iowa State

    WAMEGO — The 52nd-ranked Kansas State tennis team put an end to its four-match skid with a 7-0 victory over Iowa State on Friday afternoon at a chilly and wind-swept Wamego Recreation Complex. The Wildcats have now won four straight over Iowa State and 19 of the

  • Track & Field | April 21, 2013

    Promising future for the Wildcat long jumpers

    Jump.phatch

    For Kansas State track and field, significant talent is in the making. While the Wildcats’ new quartet of long jumpers — junior Jharyl Bowry, and freshmen Devin Fields, Tyris Jefferson and Ifeanyichukwu Otuonye — all come from very different backgrounds, they’ve come together as teammates and

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 21, 2013

    KSU Union selects new ambassadors

    Promoting the K-State Student Union and the Union Program Council to prospective students, on-campus organizations and the Manhattan and university community will be the job of a select group of Kansas State University students for the 2013-2014 school year. Seven students will serve as Union

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 21, 2013

    Two KSU professors earn appointments

    Kansas State University’s College of Engineering is recognizing the accomplishments of two electrical and computer engineering professors with endowed appointments. Anil Pahwa, professor, was awarded the Logan-Fetterhoof electrical and computer engineering faculty of distinction chair. Pahwa’s research focus includes computer methods for power

  • Obituaries | April 21, 2013

    Helen Baltunas

    Helen W. (Wanda Lee) Baltunas, 82, of Manhattan died Jan. 28.

  • Books | April 20, 2013

    ‘Uncovering History’ takes a look at the infamous Battle of Little Bighorn

    O-uncovering history.phatch

    What actually happened at Battle of the Little Bighorn on June 25-26 in 1876? A lot of people, both warrior and soldier died in battle. Beyond that, we are not so sure, even though authors over the years have published hundreds, perhaps thousands, of books, monographs

  • Books | April 20, 2013

    Rolling Stones book tackles new band topics

    C-the rolling stones.phatch

    If the headline from a recent article published in “The Wichita Eagle” could speak, it would project the tone of proud, boasting parents: “Rolling Stones to tour (and why you should care).” The multitude of Rolling Stones’ fans have shown just how much they care

  • Books | April 20, 2013

    Poetry: the underestimated summer feel-good read

    Rhonna.hargett

    I recently had a perfect moment. How often do we get to say that? As I was riding my bike down linear park surrounded by my family, with the sun on my face, I wished I could capture the moment, to acknowledge the wonder of

  • April 20, 2013

    Lillian finds comfort in making, sharing and eating food to cope with life

    Seattle author Erica Baumeister’s newest novel, “The Lost Art of Mixing” revisits the restaurant setting of an earlier novel “The School of Essential Ingredients.” The main character, chef Lillian continues to submerge herself in the literal act of nurturance through food to heal her


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