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  • Baseball | May 20, 2013

    Cats drop finale, turn focus to Big 12

    Oku 23 hr.phatch

    Joel Jellison .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)/*= 0)out += unescape(l[i].replace(/^\s\s*/, '&#'));while (--j >= 0)if (el[j].getAttribute('data-eeEncEmail_lnKLNQUHYW'))el[j].innerHTML = out;/*]]>*/ As it has all season, the Kansas State baseball team tried to produce

  • Arts, Leisure | May 20, 2013

    ‘Rock of Ages’ offers surprising amount of fun


    Almost a year after the film version came to Manhattan, “Rock of Ages” finally arrived on stage at McCain Auditorium, May 14. The set was mostly stationary, with walls of brick and rock memorabilia serving as the interior of The Bourbon Room. To the rear of

  • Letters | May 20, 2013

    Don’t strip common sense from city’s building codes

    To the Editor: So much for young, first-time homebuyers in the City of Manhattan having the option of finishing their basements at a later date as finances permit.

  • Editorials | May 20, 2013

    Pace may slow, but there’s plenty to do

    The K-State residence hall parking lots are about as empty today as the university’s classrooms. The university’s school year has come and gone. With it went thousands of students, leaving Manhattan and its permanent residents to adjust to the rhythms of summer. For

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 19, 2013

    Star spangled commencement singer

    Tim Cassidy had more to do to prepare for Kansas State graduation ceremonies Friday than make sure his cap and gown were in order. Cassidy sang the Star Spangled Banner for the Graduate School ceremony. Cassidy, who received a master’s degree in choral conducting,

  • Local |Kansas State University | May 19, 2013

    A day of moving ahead and recalling a great loss


    For graduating seniors at Kansas State University, May 18, 2013 means many things. It means new beginnings, new careers and new chapters to fill. It means smiling faces, flashbacks on memories made and sad goodbyes, all at the same time. And while I joined all the other

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | May 19, 2013

    Cocaine probe’s scope widens

    An operation into a vast cocaine ring in Riley and Geary counties has been extended into Topeka and Kansas City. Search warrants were served at locations in both cities as part of “Operation Adabag” at the end of last week, officials said. The total number

  • Local |Education | May 19, 2013

    List of retirees from USD 383

    Here is a list of announced retirees from USD 383, most of the retirements becoming effective at or near the end of the school year. Kirk Jones retired on November 1, 2012. Kirk was a custodian at Amanda Arnold Elementary School. He had been with the district since 1977

  • Local | May 19, 2013

    Manhattan Day signup time is at hand

    Deadlines are approaching for neighborhoods to participate in the annual Manhattan Day celebration. Manhattan Day is held the first Saturday in June to mark the occasion in 1855 when two groups of settlers joined together to form Manhattan. This year, the date is Saturday, June 1. The

  • Local |Government, Politics | May 19, 2013

    Mental health talk breeds frustration

    Karen McCulloh spent much of Wednesday afternoon listening to state officials explain how Gov. Sam Brownback’s mental health initiative might work. She said she didn’t hear much that she hadn’t heard before. “We’ve all been to a thousand of these meetings

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