Howard E. Kranz, 83, of Wetmore died Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, at Sabetha Hospital. He married Marion Alice Dittemore on March 22, 1953, in Holton. She survives of the home. Other survivors include his children, Janet Horton (Neil) of Manhattan, Sandy Hutfles (Sam) of Seneca, .


    Frances Fern Rogers, 88, of Paxico died Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, at Midland Care Hospice in Topeka. Frances was born on Jan. 13, 1926, in Maple Hill. She attended Paxico High School and started a bill collecting company in Chicago. She was survived by her .

  • Celebrating Aggieville, Stonestreet’s return Varneyssign.phatch

    There’s an 80 percent chance of rain on Saturday. But there is also 100 percent chance of fun at Aggieville’s 125th Birthday Street Fair and Dance. Aggieville has been a hub of excitement, retail and fun for family and friends .

  • Snyder addresses domestic violence with team every year

    Long before NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and running back Ray Rice became central figures in domestic violence, Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder was busy addressing the issue with his team. “I address it every year,” Snyder said Tuesday. “.

  • Wildcats ready for SEC showdown Ksucolor.phatch

    At long last, the wait is finally over. Tonight’s much-anticipated showdown with No. 5 Auburn and the SEC at Bill Snyder Family Stadium is no longer just a game on the distant horizon, casting a shadow over the games preceding .

  • Spradling to coach at Anthony MS

    Will Spradling is taking the next step in his basketball career. Less than a year after finishing his playing career at Kansas State, the former Wildcat will coach eighth grade boys’ basketball at Anthony Middle School this winter. Spradling, who .

  • Red-hot volleyball team heads to Michigan Ksuvball.phatch

    With Big 12 play looming, Suzie Fritz’s Kansas State volleyball team rides an eight-match winning streak to Ann Arbor, Mich., for one last non-conference tune-up beginning Friday at the Michigan Invitational. But the veteran head coach, who said her Wildcats .

  • Auburn’s Whitehead suspended for KSU game

    Auburn safety Jermaine Whitehead won’t play against No. 20 Kansas State after violating team rules. A spokesman for the fifth-ranked Tigers said Wednesday night that Whitehead is suspended and didn’t make the trip for the Thursday night game. Whitehead .

  • Tiger fans set up early for big game Fbcampers2.phatch

    On the eve of K-State versus Auburn, football fans are already bringing big-game buzz to the campgrounds near Bill Snyder Family Stadium. A lot of those inhabitants, though, are awash in burnt orange and navy blue. By Wednesday morning, at .

  • Fans wanting seats to game face steep cost

    Big games bring big prices, and that’s certainly the case with the Kansas State football team’s Thursday night battle with No. 5 Auburn in Bill Snyder Family Stadium. As of Wednesday morning, single tickets on — a popular .

  • MPO officials report progress on transportation guide for region

    City commissioners on Tuesday heard progress on a regional transportation plan from the Flint Hills Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). Stephanie Watts, transportation planner with the Flint Hills Regional Council, said the area’s first regional transportation plan is a part .

  • K-State marks Constitution Day with appeals hearings Constitutionday.phatch

    Students saw justice in action this week. The Kansas Court of Appeals were brought to Kansas State University on Tuesday as a part of U.S. Constitution Observance Day activities. Chief Judge Thomas Malone, Judge Henry Green Jr. and Judge .


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