The 2013 Organizing Committee of OZtoberFest today announced its lineup of special guests for the Wamego festival September 27 to 29. Heading the package are two great-grandsons of L. Frank Baum, and 13 other full-length timeless Oz fantasies for children. This is the Ninth Annual OZtoberFest in the Kansas
The 2013 Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson will have a decidedly purple hue with the first Sunday of the fair designated as K-State Day. The university will be recognized as the official sponsor on Sept. 8 as the fair celebrates its 100th birthday. Special outdoor exhibits will
An Alma man said Thursday he will seek the Libertarian Party’s nomination for governor in 2014. Keen A. Umbehr filed his candidacy with the Kansas Secretary of State. In doing so, Umbehr said his top priorities would be accountability and transparency at all levels of
Ronald “Ron” Dean Stevenson, 62, of Manhattan, died Tuesday at his home.
Michael Louis Kuhn II, 13, of Saint Marys, passed from this life on Sunday.
Kick off your weekend with a little bit of K-State flair and enjoy these events centered around the 150-year-old institution of higher education. The second night of the annual Purple Power Play in the Park is tonight at the Larry Norvell Band Shell and City
Jake Waters has always been the big man on campus. That’s not about to change now, either, as the junior college transfer was named Kansas State’s starting quarterback this week for the Wildcats’ season opener at home against North Dakota State on Friday.
One advantage in having so many returning players for the Kansas State offense is the opportunity for the newcomers on defense to test themselves in practice daily. While nobody is keeping score, the defense full of new starters claims to have held its own during
Over the past seven years, college football has seen an influx of teams from the lower FCS division coming up and catching their FBS big brothers by surprise. One of those teams that has recently had success against the upper level teams, is North Dakota
The Kansas State volleyball team will look to turn “Sin City” into “Win City” as the Wildcats travel to Las Vegas to open their 2013 season at the UNLV Invitational this weekend. K-State opens play in the four-team, round-robin tournament at the Cox Pavilion on
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