Friday, September 4, 2015


  • Arts, Leisure | April 18, 2013

    K-State Open House, Itzhak Perlman lead this weekend’s slate of activities


    K-State is highlighting its 150th anniversary with a variety of cool programs, academic exhibits, food, entertainment, games and more at its open house this weekend. Start your “acca-awesome” weekend with K-State’s amazing a capella group, In-A-Chord, for its spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday

  • Local |Education | April 18, 2013

    MHS makes top high school list for fifth consecutive year

    Manhattan High School has been named to The Washington Post High School Challenge List for the fifth consecutive year. Only eight Kansas high schools made the list, and MHS is the only one from outside the Kansas City area to do so. “It is an

  • Obituaries | April 18, 2013

    Richard Rush

    Richard Lyle Rush, 59, died March 20 at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte, N.C.

  • Local |Education | April 18, 2013

    New member joins K-State legal team

    Maureen Redeker, an attorney with experience in higher education law, has joined the Kansas State University legal team as an assistant general counsel. Redeker will provide legal advice to university administration, faculty, staff and student leaders on the diverse range of legal issues facing higher

  • Obituaries | April 18, 2013

    Ruth Cramer

    Ruth M. Cramer, 98, of Manhattan died Tuesday at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.

  • Obituaries | April 18, 2013

    Jordin Marie Johnson

    Jordin Marie Johnson, 11, of Riley died Tuesday at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan after a lifelong illness.

  • Obituaries | April 18, 2013

    Terry L. Cooney

    Terry L. Cooney, 72, of Linn, formerly of Las Vegas, died at his home Wednesday in Linn after a short battle with cancer.

  • Women's Basketball | April 18, 2013

    K-State adds athletic guard to class

    Jailen Murphy knows exactly what to expect when she arrives in Manhattan early this summer. The Brentwood Academy guard from Nashville, Tenn., who signed to play basketball at Kansas State this month, has a unique perspective of her future with the Wildcats — one that was

  • Football | April 18, 2013

    Snyder says game is ‘in a bad place’

    Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder isn’t happy with the direction of college athletics. Snyder told 610 AM in Kansas City on Wednesday that college athletics are “in a bad place right now,’ and he said he might have pursued a different career had it

  • Football | April 18, 2013

    Burton hopes to make big impact for Cats

    Kansas State will return most of its receiving corps this season, but the production it lost from its leading receiver might be the toughest to replace. Chris Harper led the Wildcats with 58 catches for 857 yards and three touchdowns, and provided quarterback Collin Klein a target

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