Bradie “Doc” Floyd Jones Jr., 65, died Sunday at the Stoneybrook Retirement Facility in Manhattan.
If effort alone could win games, the Kansas State women might have been in luck Wednesday night. Losers of two straight entering the game against No. 23 Oklahoma, the Wildcats did their best to erase a 10-point halftime deficit, but just couldn’t get over the
Let the competition begin. For the first time in two years Kansas State will enter spring ball with no clear favorite at quarterback. Collin Klein is gone and now it’s up to Daniel Sams and Jake Waters to fill the huge void left by
Immediately after beating Texas Tech 68-59, Kansas State was focused on its next two games. On Saturday, the Wildcats will host Iowa State, followed by a road trip at Kansas on Monday. K-State coach Bruce Weber said he knows it’s an important part of
Oftentimes lost in the shuffle of National Signing Day, ESPN crews and all-day recruiting specials, is the student-athlete. The original purpose for collegiate athletic scholarships was to provide financial help in exchange for hard-work and dedication to both sport and academics. For 12 Manhattan Indians, as
This weekend, Jerry Remsbecker’s dream for the Kansas State inline hockey club will finally come to fruition. His team will host a tournament. “It is amazing, absolutely amazing,” said Remsbecker, who coaches the club team that hasn’t hosted a tournament in its 17-year
If there’s one thing Kansas State has proven under the direction of coach Bill Snyder, it’s that rankings don’t really mean much when it comes to recruiting. That’s a good thing for the Wildcats, because if rankings were always accurate, well,
Five former Kansas State football standouts will participate in the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine. Arthur Brown, Anthony Cantele, Chris Harper, Collin Klein and Braden Wilson all have accepted invitations to the league’s premier scouting event. The 2013 Scouting Combine, which will begin Feb. 23 in Indianapolis, is
The U.S. Postal Service’s decision to end most Saturday mail deliveries in August will disappoint many patrons and might meet congressional resistance, but it’s probably for the best — and it isn’t as if we didn’t see this coming. Saturday mail
To the Editor: The ninth annual “A Dress the Heart” Gala was a huge success! Words cannot express the level of gratitude we must extend to the many businesses and members of the Manhattan community for their continued support and partnership.
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