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  • Columns | February 14, 2013

    Keeping relationships abuse-free

    Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate loving relation-ships. But maybe it is also a good time for parents to check-in with their teenagers who may be involved in a romantic rela-tionship. If you are a parent of a teenager, do you know the

  • Editorials | February 14, 2013

    A proud tradition of scholarship

    For some participants this afternoon, a sample of Call Hall’s “Wildcat Birthday 150” ice cream might have been the highlight of festivities at Ahearn Field House marking the beginning of Kansas State University’s 150th anniversary. One day they’ll better appreciate what it means

  • Local |Kansas State University | February 13, 2013

    K-State’s big birthday celebration set to air live

    Valentine’s Day 2013 is a day for lovers of Kansas State.The kickoff event for K-State 150th anniversary celebration will take place from 1 to 7 p.m. Thursday at Ahearn Field House. There will be displays on university history, music and ice cream from Call Hall.

  • Local |Fort Riley | February 13, 2013

    350 soldiers return; more to arrive Thursday


    Some 350 soldiers have returned home from Afghanistan, reuniting with loved ones at Fort Riley’s deployment center. About 50 of those who have already arrived this week represented the 1st Infantry Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion. The other 300 were from the division’s 4th Infantry Brigade

  • Manhattan High School | February 13, 2013

    Indians beat Blue Jays behind defense

    JUNCTION CITY — Locked in a defensive struggle all night long, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team needed a lift on offense. They got it from Caroline Ballard. Saddled with foul trouble in the first half, the sophomore got things going in the third quarter, knocking

  • Manhattan High School | February 13, 2013

    Free throws seal MHS win at Junction City

    JUNCTION CITY — Manhattan High boys’ basketball coach Tim Brooks insists he doesn’t harp on free-throw shooting at practice. In Tuesday’s 48-46 win at rival Junction City, it sure looked like the Indians had been focusing on it, as Manhattan finished the fourth quarter

  • Local |Government, Politics | February 13, 2013

    Train depot demolition delayed

    Marysville community members came together during a city council meeting Monday to extend the life of the ill-fated Union Pacific train depot. The Union Pacific wants to demolish the abandoned depot, which has been vandalized and has been used as a shelter by homeless people

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | February 13, 2013

    Crash victim’s father sues other driver

    The father of a girl whose mother was killed in a May 2012 two-vehicle crash on K-18 has filed suit against the driver of the other car seeking damages as a result of the accident. The suit was filed in Riley County District Court by Paul

  • Local |Government, Politics | February 13, 2013

    City debt outlook under scrutiny

    City commissioners are voicing displeasure with the projected city revenue and expenditures for the next five years. During a Tuesday evening work session, finance director Bernie Hayen told commissioners that while the city’s overall debt will continue to decline, general obligation bonds are increasing.

  • Local | February 13, 2013

    Bubble Wash employee files suit against customer

    An employee of a local car wash has filed suit against a motorist, alleging that the driver’s negligence at the car wash resulted in injuries to the plaintiff. Laura Sims, an employee of Bubble Wash at 4703 Fort Riley Blvd. at the time of the

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