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  • Letters | May 29, 2013

    Few Kansans would benefit from Senate’s tax proposal

    To the Editor: If the current Kansas Senate tax bill is passed into law, Kansans would lose home interest, property taxes and itemized or standard deductions from their state income taxes. Our taxes will thus increase.

  • Baseball | May 29, 2013

    Mix of experience in KSU regional


    Arkansas and Wichita State both have rich histories in the NCAA baseball tournament. Kansas State and Bryant? Not so much. The Shockers will be making their 28th appearance in the NCAA tournament, and their first since 2009. The Razorbacks are in the tournament for the 26th

  • Baseball | May 29, 2013

    KSU baseball camps

    The Kansas State baseball program will be hosting a variety of camps this summer for kids of all ages — starting with Junior Wildcat Camps (Ages 6-9) June 10-12 for $100 from 8 a.m.-noon, and (Ages 10-13) June 17-19 for $135 from 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

  • General Activities | May 29, 2013

    Titans win McPherson tourney

    The Manhattan Titans 11-and-under team won the championship this past weekend at a baseball tournament in McPherson. The Titans defeated Clay Center 11-1, the Salina Nitros 8-0, the Salina Dragons 11-1, and then beat the Manhattan Rangers in the title game, 11-1. Titans players include

  • Local |Business | May 28, 2013

    Hibachi Hut to re-open downtown in Manhattan

    Hibachi Hut announced yesterday via twitter that they were closing their doors for good, but now it seems someone who has local ties has saved the Manhattan legend. Today, via their facebook page, Aggieville announced that Hibachi Hut would be reopened at a new location

  • Movies | May 28, 2013

    ‘Fast and Furious’ series is in need of a new idea


    As the recent Baz Luhrman-directed version of “The Great Gatsby” suggested, there are stories the movies can’t tell really well. Film is probably most successful when it is giving us a horror story. In second place might be the action story, like those in

  • Letters | May 28, 2013

    Reject USD 378 bond issue; it won’t address real needs

    To the Editor: On June 11, the voters of USD 378, the Riley County School District, will vote on a proposed bond issue of $12.5 million ($19.9 million after 25 years).

  • Editorials | May 28, 2013

    A step forward for the Boy Scouts

    Two cheers for the Boy Scouts of America, whose leaders last week voted to end discrimination against gay boys. We hope someday — sooner rather than later — to offer a third cheer when the organization ends discrimination altogether and allows homosexual adults to serve as leaders.

  • Letters | May 28, 2013

    Fans played a key role in KSU baseball success

    To the Editor: On behalf of Wildcat baseball players, coaches and staff, I thank the K-State Family for your support this season, which helped us capture the first Big 12 championship in program his-tory.

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | May 28, 2013

    Aggravated arson results in small fire

    Two Manhattan men reported that they woke up to a very small fire ignited outside of their apartment on Saturday. Officer Matthew Droge said the fire was ignited by an unknown suspect or suspects using an improvised incendiary device. Matthew Prayso, 45, and Terrance Bise, 45, both

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