• Property sales up in March

    WESTMORELAND — Property sales in Pottawatomie County took a significant jump in March and remained consistent with sales for the same time period the previous two years. There were 57 property sales in March, 16 more than the previous month and in line .

  • Three Wildcats competing for RB spot

    John Hubert started 36 of the last 38 games at running back for Kansas State. Now, it’s anybody’s guess as to who will get the first shot to replace the second-leading rusher in school history and starter the last three .

  • Roadrunners rally to beat Wildcats, 5-2

    The Kansas State baseball team got off to a good start on Monday night, but when the Wildcats needed hits the most, they couldn’t come through. The Wildcats (22-19) lost 5-2 to Cal State-Bakersfield at Tointon Family Stadium, in .

  • Business execs serving as professors for a day

    This week is seeing 24 industry professionals taking on the role of College of Business Administration professor as part of the second Executive Professor-for-a-Day program at K-State. The executives have been paired up with 37 different class sections over the week, ranging .

  • Allen named university’s 34th Truman scholar

    A passion for changing the world is deeply rooted in Kansas State University student Ross Allen, junior in economics and philosophy, Soldier, which has earned him a 2014 Harry S. Truman Scholarship. The Truman scholarship is a national competition that provides .

  • Currie addresses K-State’s transfer policy

    Kansas State athletic director John Currie broke his silence on Tuesday and addressed the university’s transfer policy in a series of tweets aimed at defending K-State’s decision not to grant a release to All-Big 12 point guard Leti Romero. .

  • Blood pressure clinics to continue despite rumor

    No, blood pressure clinics in Riley County are not being halted — which should help keep readings down after a recent scare. The Randolph Senior Center sent a letter to the Riley County Commission after hearing that there was a possibility .

  • Three MHS standouts sign at schools

    Two Manhattan High basketball players and one volleyball player made their college choices official last Wednesday in a pair of ceremonies at the MHS West campus. Par McNair, Darby Price and Jessie Kujawa each signed letters of intent to continue .

  • House should block mortgage fee repeal

    If the Kansas Bankers Association is so concerned about lowering fees, perhaps it ought to encourage its members to lower some of the fees they routinely charge their customers. That would likely help more Kansans than repealing the mortgage registration .

  • Earth Day personal to farmers

    How much do you appreciate the earth? Whether you believe our world to be 4 billion years old or less than 10,000 years, we live together on a planet full of beauty and resources that sustain us. As our population continues to .

  • ‘Captain America: Winter Soldier’ leaves viewer enthralled Christopher.conner1

    Marvel Comics continues their quest to translate their comic book universe to the big screen. The most recent installment of their efforts is “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” At the start of this film, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) demonstrates his .

  • Division of Continuing Ed becomes KSU Global Campus

    Kansas State University has been educating adult learners off campus for more than four decades through the Division of Continuing Education. To more accurately reflect K-State’s international ties and global reach, the Division of Continuing Education has been renamed .


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