• ‘Asinine comment’ has Democrats scrambling

    If you don’t have anything nice to post online, it’s best to keep your fingers off the keyboard. The Kansas Democratic Party got a painful reminder of that update on an old saw when its communications director, Dakota .

  • Wrongful convictions ruin lives

    Last week I joined Ray Krone — a man sent to death row and later exonerated — to share with students, faculty and other Kansans our stories of being wrongfully convicted. Since being exonerated by DNA evidence a little more than a .

  • Thanks for helping Kiwanis support many local projects

    To the Editor: The Manhattan Kiwanis Club would like to thank the community and sponsors for another successful Kiwanis Peanut Day fundraiser. On Sept. 26 and 27, we had Kiwanians and Key Club members (high school division of Kiwanis) stationed at several .

  • ‘Vanya and Sonia’ play offers plenty of action G.w.clift1

    Christopher Durang’s delightful comedy “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” is getting an amusing treatment in K-State’s Chapman Theater in Nichols Hall. A five-times-married Masha (Cat Huck) returns to her family home in Pennsylvania, dragging along her .

  • One ‘Very Bad Day’ good for a chuckle Christopher.conner1

    Adapted from the children’s book of the same title by Judith Viorst, “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” follows two days in the life of the Cooper family. The first day is a typical day .

  • College of Human Ecology honors six professionals for contributions

    A western Kansas catering entrepreneur, a national leader in health care for the elderly, and a product development director for Under Armour are among the professionals to be honored Oct. 24 by the College of Human Ecology at Kansas State University. .

  • KSU team wins international competition

    Architectural engineering students at Kansas State University are proving they know what it takes to make a building more comfortable and energy efficient by winning the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system selection category at ASHRAE’s international design competition for .

  • Cats ready for balanced OU attack Kstatecolor.phatch

    Through five games, only three teams nationally are better against the run than Kansas State this season. Holding opponents to just more than 81 yards a game on the ground, the Wildcats lead the Big 12 in rush defense and rank only .

  • Snyder sees no ‘slump’ in QB Knight

    Some folks in Oklahoma believe Trevor Knight is slumping. Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder disagrees, wholeheartedly. “What I see are the good things,” he said this week. “And I don’t see a lot of bad things. People say, ‘.

  • K-State still seeking more balance

    Despite boasting the Big 12 Conference’s top receiver in All-American Tyler Lockett, it’s no secret Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder wants a balanced offense when his team takes the field each week. Through five games this year, the .

  • Wildcats ready to write next chapter vs. OU

    The last time Kansas State traveled to Norman, Okla., there was a lot of magic on the field. K-State forced Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones into a couple key turnovers, leading to a 24-19 win in 2012. Wildcats’ coach Bill Snyder picked .

  • No. 25 Cats get set for No. 2 Texas

    Despite reeling off four-straight wins — including three on the road —and breaking into the polls at No. 25 for the first time since 2012, Kansas State coach Suzie Fritz said her team has yet to play to its potential. “What is unusual .





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