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  • RANDAL T. KOCH

    Randal “Randy” Thomas Koch, 59, died at his home in Omaha, Neb., on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014, surrounded by family and friends. He is survived by his wife Rae Ellen of the home, two sons, Adam and special friend Megan of Omaha, Alex .

  • Local soccer club leaders excited

    As news broke Monday night about Kansas State University’s decision to drop equestrian as a varsity sport and add women’s soccer in the fall of 2016, Manhattan High girls’ soccer coach Mike Sanchez’s phone began to ring. A .

  • Reininger, Brand earn Big 12 honors

    Kansas State’s Katie Brand and Katie Reininger both earned a Big 12 Player of the Week awards on Monday as Brand was named the conference’s top defensive player, while Reininger was tabbed as the top offensive player. The pair .

  • K-State to drop equestrian, add women’s soccer

    America went crazy for the World Cup this past summer and now Kansas State hopes to capitalize on the frenzy that’s made soccer one of the fastest growing sports in the country. K-State announced late Monday night that it .

  • KSU offers pilot degree in KC area

    K-State Salina is expanding its aviation program to Kansas City. K-State Salina has partnered with Johnson County Community College and Air Associates of Kansas to offer a professional pilot degree in the Kansas City metropolitan area. Launching in fall 2015, the .

  • Man held on bond of $150,000 in robbery

    A second arrest has been made in connection with an Oct. 8 robbery. Riley County police arrested Kaywaun Washington, 25, 3032 Kimball Ave. No. 5, at approximately 1:30 a.m. Sunday on charges of aggravated kidnapping, kidnapping and aggravated robbery. He is confined on a $150,000 .

  • Activists say KSU improving as place for LGBT students

    When he first arrived at Kansas State University in Manhattan from the Missouri Ozarks, Brandon Haddock thought he’d finally be able to focus on academics and get his doctorate after having spent much of the past 14 years advocating for .

  • Cameron: Even fear of KC’s speed helps Royals Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY — Sometimes it’s amazing what so-called “experts” don’t know about baseball. For instance, the national media covering the American League Championship Series have accepted as a fact that the Orioles have “shut down” the Royals’ running game. .

  • Flu shot is easy, low-cost, sensible

    We don’t know whether this will be a bad year for influenza or if the flu will pass us by, but we wouldn’t be surprised if people take it more seriously this year. That ought to be a .

  • Landscape architecture students honored

    Two master’s reports and a project by students in the landscape architecture and regional and community planning department at Kansas State University’s College of Architecture, Planning & Design are award winners from the Kansas American Planning Association. The .

  • DAVID ALLEN PARKER

    David Allen Parker,  59, of Washington, died Friday, Oct. 10, 2014, in a pasture near his home. The family provided the following information. David was born Aug. 1, 1955, in Manhattan, the son of Kenneth W. and Bernis E. (Graves) Parker.  David graduated .

  • Combat medics test life-saving skills

    KUWAIT NAVAL BASE, Kuwait — Combat medics with Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 1st Battalion, 5th Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division participated in Table VIII, annual combat medic skills validation testing, Sept. 24 to 25 at the Morale, .





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