Sunday, June 26, 2016


  • Pro Sports | June 17, 2016

    Royals give up 6 homers, lose to Tigers 10-4


    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Royals pitcher Luke Hochevar has faced the Detroit lineup enough over the years that he should be keenly aware of how dangerous Victor Martinez, Miguel Cabrera and the rest of them can be. Lest he forgot, they gave Hochevar a nice reminder

  • Arts & Leisure | June 16, 2016

    Juneteenth Celebration, Fatty Fest, Father’s Day and more

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    THURSDAY ARTSmart Summer Classes: “Mascot Masks,” 3-4 p.m. for ages 6 and up. Cost: $3 per child, $1.50 for Friends of the Beach Museum members. Beach Museum of Art.   FHDC Go See It Lecture: Fireworks, 6:30 p.m. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the preparations and science that

  • Local |Kansas State University | June 16, 2016

    K-State tuition to rise 5.81%

    TOPEKA — K-State’s tuition will increase for the 2016-17 school year. The Kansas Board of Regents approved Wednesday K-State’s 5.81-percent across-the-board tuition increase. K-State’s College of Veterinary Medicine tuition will increase 3 percent, which is unchanged from May’s proposal. K-State initially requested a 5

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | June 16, 2016

    RCPD to seek equipment grant for security officers

    The Riley County Police Department will apply for a grant to purchase some of the equipment courthouse security officers will need to carry once renovations to the Riley County Courthouse, currently under construction, are complete. Construction is expected to be complete before the end of

  • Local |Kansas State University | June 16, 2016

    Experience key factor in search for president

    TOPEKA — The permanent K-State president position is officially open to applicants. The Kansas Board of Regents approved Wednesday the job description for the next K-State president after Regent Dennis Mullin, Manhattan, updated the Regents on the search for a new president. The position profile went

  • Editorials | June 16, 2016

    Judge erred in sealing affidavit

    District Court Judge Meryl D. Wilson on Wednesday went too far in sealing the affidavit leading to the arrest of a Manhattan businessman in connection with unlawful sexual relations. Simply redacting information related to the alleged victim would have been sufficient. The case involves allegations

  • Local |Business | June 16, 2016

    Pawn shop owners find, return 1892 wedding band to family

    Pawn shops tend to occupy a place in the public consciousness alongside bail bondsmen and bounty hunters. Most people, if they close their eyes, might picture pawnbrokers as crusty old guys who are mentally jacking up the price of an ancient varmint gun simply because

  • Columns |Football | June 16, 2016

    Cameron: Baylor wrong to consider Briles’ return

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    Unthinkable. It took some considerable thought to produce the best possible word to describe the possibility that Art Briles might be reinstated as Baylor football coach in 2017 after a one-year suspension. For the record, there were plenty of other candidates in the dictionary. How about “

  • Arts & Leisure | June 16, 2016

    East meets west at Hale Library’s Jazz in June

    The concluding concert in the Hale Library 2015-16 Concert Series, presented by the Friends of K-State Libraries, contrasted the diverse styles of jazz that evolved in the 1950s. From the hard driving technical virtuosity of bebop, fueled by Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie on the

  • Pro Sports | June 16, 2016

    Royals ease past Indians, complete sweep


    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Royals won six straight games to take the AL Central lead, then dropped eight straight to lose it. Now, they’re riding another five-game winning streak. “Yeah, to say we’re streaky — it’s kind of crazy how it’

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