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  • Local |Government, Politics | April 07, 2013

    New commissioners look ahead

    As they look to begin their new terms in office, city commissioner-elects Karen McCulloh and Usha Reddi said they plan to focus on building relationships while balancing spending with debt reduction. Meanwhile, returning commissioner Rich Jankovich said he expects to continue to be the commission’

  • Local |Government, Politics | April 07, 2013

    Legislators talk taxes, budgets

    State revenue, income tax and social issues were popular topics during Saturday’s legislative forum in Manhattan, where lawmakers gathered to discuss the latest legislative session and all that remains to be accomplished. The legislators included Sen. Tom Hawk, D-Manhattan; and representatives Sydney Carlin, D-Manhattan;

  • Local |Government, Politics | April 07, 2013

    FAA to delay tower closings

    The Federal Aviation Administration said Friday that it would delay closing the control towers at 149 airports — including the one at Manhattan Regional Airport — until June to allow for safety analyses and “to attempt to resolve multiple legal challenges.” The closings had been planned as part

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 07, 2013

    Holden honored for 35 years as poet, professor at K-State


    In verse and in their own words, former students and colleagues on Saturday honored Jonathan Holden — K-State distinguished professor, poet-in-residence and the inaugural Kansas poet laureate — during a celebration marking his retirement this spring. Among the attendees were another former Kansas poet laureate, Denise Low,

  • Women's Basketball | April 07, 2013

    Chambers named to WNIT All-Tournament team

    Kansas State senior Brittany Chambers was named to WNIT All-Tournament team Saturday in an announcement following the championship game. Drexel defeated Utah 46-43 on Saturday in the title game. While helping the Wildcats to a third appearance in the WNIT semifinals, Chambers registered 130 points (26.0 ppg) —

  • April 07, 2013

    Cats cruise past Tech in 15-2 rout

    Ksubaseball 6 grandslam.phatch

    On Friday night, the Kansas State baseball team needed nine innings to pull off a 6-5 come from behind winner against Texas Tech. On Saturday afternoon, the Wildcats needed just one inning, scoring nine runs in the first inning en route to a 15-2 win

  • Women's Basketball | April 07, 2013

    Kinder: Wildcats beat the odds to finish season strong

    22 carrer over.phatch

    Kansas State lost 18 games this season, finished eighth in the Big 12, won only five conference games and won just one game during the entire month of February. That’s one way to look at the Wildcats’ season. But it doesn’t tell the whole story

  • Manhattan High School | April 07, 2013

    MHS softball splits with Hayden


    It’s not often the Manhattan High softball team has the chance to play a tripleheader. While the win-loss column indicates only two games were played Friday night between Manhattan and Hayden at the Twin Oaks Softball Complex, players, coaches and fans got to experience

  • Manhattan High School | April 07, 2013

    MHS falls to BV Stillwell at home, 2-0

    Mike Sanchez knows the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team has to play well in both halves if it wants to beat most of the quality opponents on its schedule. Despite a good effort in the second half, it proved to be too little, too late

  • Track & Field | April 07, 2013

    Cats’ Rodriguez breaks school record

    TUCSON, Ariz. — The Kansas State track and field team was up against some of the best teams in the nation this weekend at the Jim Click Shootout and the Wildcats came away with some of the best performances in school history and the NCAA this

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