In the market for used transportation that will make you the talk of the neighborhood? You might want to put in a bid on a pair of surplus Fort Riley-based craft going on the auction block next week. Beginning May 30, the Department of Defense will
In March 1938 a committee of the House of Representatives first discussed building Tuttle Creek Dam. The idea for building the dam had originated years before among a group of Kansas City businessmen. The important meatpacking industry with railroads, stockyards, and packing plants was located near
The Kansas Legislature adjourned Friday until next Tuesday after a proposal from top Senate Republicans failed to win support in the House. House and Senate negotiators’ met Friday following the 109-5 House vote against a Senate proposal to lower the sales tax on groceries to 4.95
A groundbreaking ceremony for the central utilities plant at the National Bio- and Agro-Defense Faculty (NBAF) will take place at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Gov. Sam Brownback will attend the event, as will Sen. Pat Roberts, Sen. Jerry Moran, Rep. Tim Huelskamp, Rep. Lynn Jenkins, K-State
Never give up on your dream – that’s the message from one Kansas State University student who is just starting to live hers. Heidi Ramzel, junior in physics and geography with a minor in chemistry, Bartlesville, Okla., is receiving a 2013 Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship
Jurors began deliberations Friday morning in the rape trial of an assistant K-State professor following testimony from him Thursday in which he denied any criminal action. William Yankey, 29, Manhattan, is accused of raping a former friend in December 2007 while visiting the woman and her husband
K-State’s Lafene Health Center presented its 2013 Outstanding Student Leadership Awards to Danica Pelzel, May 2013 graduate in dietetics and kinesiology, Larned, and Jordan Edmunds, junior in dietetics, Manhattan, for their volunteer service and leadership while participating in student organizations sponsored by Lafene. Pelzel received this
The newest addition to what’s known as the nation’s second-highest court once played basketball in Manhattan High School’s north gym. Sri Srinavasan was a guard on the Lawrence High School team that blasted Manhattan High 60-38 on Jan. 3, 1984. On Thursday, the U.
William “Bill” Nelson, Sr., 77, of Greensboro, N.C., died May 14 in Greensboro, N.C..
John Bascom, 87, of Eugene, Ore., died March 22 in Eugene, Ore.
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