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  • Women's Basketball | April 03, 2013

    Chambers named AP All-American

    Brittany chambers 2.phatch

    Kansas State’s Brittany Chambers garnered another national honor for her trophy case on Tuesday, as she was named to the Associated Press All-America team as an honorable mention selection. Chambers became the sixth player in school history to earn AP All-America honors and the

  • Manhattan High School | April 03, 2013

    MHS tennis takes 2nd at Rural

    The Manhattan High boys’ tennis team traveled to Topeka for a quadrangular meet at Washburn Rural on Tuesday, taking second place as a team. The Junior Blues finished on top with eight points, with the Indians taking second with seven points. Topeka High had finished

  • Men's Basketball | April 03, 2013

    McGruder to participate in 3-point championship

    Kansas State senior Rodney McGruder will participate in the 25th annual State Farm College 3-Point Championship set for 6 p.m. Thursday at McCamish Pavilion on the Georgia Tech campus. The event, which includes the Hampton Hotels Men’s 3-Point Championship, State Farm Women’s 3-Point

  • Local |Government, Politics | April 02, 2013

    Voters trickle in on Election Day following higher advance voting totals

    Voters were trickling in to polling locations this morning, much to the surprise of the elections officials manning the stations. “I’m surprised we haven’t had more people turn out,” said Arlen Loecker, supervising judge at Highland Ridge Clubhouse for Ward 11-1 and 11-3.

  • Local |Education | April 02, 2013

    Board may offer more summer programs

    USD 383 children may have more opportunities for summer education this year. USD 383 board members are expected to consider additions to summer offerings at three elementary schools during the board’s meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Robinson Education Center. The board approved 2013 summer programs in

  • I Wonder | April 02, 2013

    The buses are well-enough marked already


    Q: Why don’t USD 383 school buses have license plates?

  • Food & Drink | April 02, 2013

    Happy birthday, Mom; thanks for the recipes

    While watching an episode of “Giada at Home” this weekend, Giada DeLaurentiis made a comment that her memories lie in food.  I must say that I agree. My life has been filled with plenty of culinary memories. Some of the best I’ve had

  • Columns | April 02, 2013

    It’s extremism, not conservatism

    The power in the Republican Party today is all negative. This is especially true in Republican-dominated Kansas, where we are racing ahead to bring small government and libertarianism to the nation. From abortion opponents to gun-rights activists, from income-tax eliminators to enemies of Obamacare, all

  • Editorials | April 02, 2013

    Justice to be costly in Colorado case

    It’s not hard to loathe James E. Holmes. He’s the individual accused of slaughtering 12 people and wounding 58 others in a movie theater last summer in Aurora, Colo. The incident, during the midnight screening of “The Dark Knight Rises,” horrified the nation. Nor is

  • Letters | April 02, 2013

    Cruz is right; compromise on some issues is wrong

    So Ted Cruz won’t compro-mise, huh? The once free United States of America is being whittled down through compro-mise to a shameful society of loafers and leeches. I cannot understand what it is that liberals can’t understand about illegal. Certainly the United States

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