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  • A last visit from varied Gold Star mothers

    “A Star for Mrs. Blake” is a charming story of a group of women who would never have met unless their sons had not been killed in World War I. They were brought together because Congress passed a law in 1929 .

  • Disease epidemics create common string through past Pecoraro

    When Army cook Albert Gitchell reported to sick call at Fort Riley on March 4, 1918, little did anyone suspect that the world was in the midst of an epidemic that would kill nearly five percent of the world’s population. The .

  • K-State graduate releases second book of art, poetry

    K-State grad Mark A. Chapman is probably best known in Manhattan as a significant donor to his alma mater, but his second book of poetry and images provide evidence that in addition to being a businessman and philanthropist, he is .

  • Land-lease agreements adjust to changing ag market landscape

    VALLEY FALLS — “The best deal for the farmer, and the best deal for the landowner.” That should be the ultimate objective of land-leasing agreements, according to Kevin V. Dhuyvetter of the K-State Department of Economics — but it’s far from .

  • Wildcats outlast Cyclones, 80-73

    Every time Kansas State did something positive on Saturday, Iowa State seemed to answer. Whether it was the Cyclones coming back from an early 11-point deficit in the first half, or closing the gap to tie the game at 69 with .

  • Indians finish 6th at state wrestling

    WICHITA — Kian Clemens and Austin Chauncey followed similar paths to state championships Saturday at Wichita’s Hartman Arena. Each finished third a year ago at state, each came in riding a lengthy win streak and each faced off against a .

  • K-State men finish 3rd at Big 12

    AMES, Iowa — The Kansas State men’s track and field team finished third at the Big 12 Indoor Championships on Saturday for the second straight season. K-State’s women were fifth. “In terms of the team placing, we far surpassed really .

  • Wildcats’ late rally falls short vs. Cowgirls

    STILLWATER, Okla. — Trailing by 13 points at half, the Kansas State women’s basketball team recovered to take a late four-point lead, but the Wildcats could not hang on, losing to No. 15 Oklahoma State, 67-62, at Gallagher-Iba Arena. Leti Romero and .

  • Busch pitches K-State to 11-1 victory

    ABILENE, Texas — Kansas State starting pitcher Landon Busch tossed his first-career complete game to lead the Wildcats past Grand Canyon, 11-1, on Saturday morning in the first game of a day-night doubleheader at Crutcher Scott Field. Busch, who had never .

  • K-State tennis loses fourth straight match

    NEW YORK — The Kansas State tennis team lost its fourth straight match on Saturday, as No. 43 Memphis defeated the Wildcats, 4-0, at the Savitt Tennis Center. With the loss, K-State is now 5-5 this season. The morning’s match between .

  • KSU equestrian tops No. 5 Bayor

    After dropping a road meet at No. 5 Baylor earlier this season, the seventh-ranked Kansas State equestrian team got a measure of revenge with a 11-9 win over the Bears on Friday at Timbercreek Stables in Manhattan. Seniors Cat Avolese and .

  • K-State men’s golf heads to California

    The Kansas State men’s golf team will travel to the west coast for the second time in as many weeks to compete in the 2014 Del Walker Intercollegiate on Monday and Tuesday at the par-70, 6,582-yard Virginia Country Club in .






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