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  • Family planning worth investment

    Riley County Commission Chairman Ron Wells did citizens of this county a service Monday when he admonished his fellow commissioners, Ben Wilson and Marvin Rodriguez, for citing religious and social reasons for their reluctance last Thursday to support the Riley .

  • Church seeks removal of Indian mascots

    The the Editor: The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Manhattan (UUFM) is proud to announce a recently adopted resolution that supports removing Native American mascots from our community schools. As a religious congregation, we feel called to publicly support stances that .

  • Let Kansas students redesign license plates

    To the Editor: I don’t mean to be critical, but recent Kansas license plates have been rather boring. I have a suggestion. Open a statewide student competition to design the next plate. Encourage students to keep it simple using .

  • Dervish plays Irish music at the Wareham downtown

    K-State’s McCain Auditorium series has been using the Wareham downtown as a second house, a smaller auditorium into which it can bring musical acts for 7:00 and then 9:00 shows. The Wareham is where we saw Cyrus Chestnut’s terrific Jazz .

  • No ID yet on body found in burning car

    Associated Press LAWRENCE — Douglas County authorities are still trying to identify a body found in a burning car last week near Clinton Lake. Authorities say deputies were sent to the Rockhaven Campground near the lake last Tuesday on a report .

  • K-State looks to slow Collins in post

    DAYTON, Ohio — Tuesday’s contest between Kansas State and Wake Forest might be decided in the post. Wildcat forward D.J. Johnson has a chore on his hands as he takes on the task of guarding Demon Deacon forward and .

  • K-State to host Drake in NCAA tournament

    As the Kansas State women’s basketball team waited to learn its NCAA tournament destination, it felt a little like last year when the team was unsure of its postseason fate, even though the players knew a berth was almost .

  • Cats familiar with Manning in NCAA role

    DAYTON, Ohio — When Danny Manning led Kansas on a magic run to the 1988 NCAA Championship, Kansas State was on the wrong side of history. Manning led the sixth-seeded Jayhawks to a 71-58 win over the No. 4 seed Wildcats in the .

  • Iwundu’s dedication pays off

    DAYTON, Ohio — The way Kansas State coach Bruce Weber saw it, Wesley Iwundu was at a crossroads. After his sophomore year at K-State, the Wildcats’ young roster collapsing in on itself and, dismissals and transfers running rampant, Iwundu had to .

  • Cats familiar with Manning in NCAA lore

    DAYTON, Ohio — When Danny Manning led Kansas on a magic run to the 1988 NCAA Championship, Kansas State was on the wrong side of history. Manning led the sixth-seeded Jayhawks to a 71-58 win over the No. 4 seed Wildcats in the .

  • Iwundu’s dedication pays off

    DAYTON, Ohio — The way Kansas State coach Bruce Weber saw it, Wesley Iwundu was at a crossroads. After his sophomore year at K-State, the Wildcats young roster collapsing in on itself and dismissals and transfers running rampant, Iwundu had to .

  • K-State looks to slow Collins in post

    DAYTON, Ohio — Tuesday’s contest between Kansas State and Wake Forest might be decided in the post. Wildcat forward D.J. Johnson has a chore on his hands as he takes on the task of guarding Demon Deacon forward and .





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