Mike Evans- Kansas State’s 2nd all time leading scorer in men’s basketball was doing a routine player background check as an assistant coach for the Denver Nuggets during the 1996 season, when he learned for the first time from North Carolina basketball coach Dean
The end of June brings higher temps, torrential down pours and thousands of country music fans. They’re coming for the annual Kicker Country Stampede, which runs through Sunday at Tuttle Creek. The festivities begin tonight at 5 p.m. with Little Big Town as the
Grover LeRoy Padgett of Overbrook died Monday in Overbrook.
Glen W. Pishny, 92, of Waterville died Tuesday at Blue Valley Senior Living in Blue Rapids.
Hisae “Judy” Schweitzer, 86, of Manhattan died Sunday at her home in Manhattan.
Caroline E. Dugger, 74, of Manhattan died Monday at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
To the Editor: Thank you, thank you, thank you! Saturday evening, June 8, the second “Taste of the Ville” was held in Aggieville. And what an evening it was. This important fundraiser for PEO Chapter IL was truly a great experience for anyone wanting to sample
To the Editor: The recent sentence imposed by our district court judge John Bosch in a tragic drunk driving case has generated a lot of comment.
A former visiting assistant professor at Kansas State University entered an Alford plea Thursday afternoon on the amended charge of lewd and lascivious behavior for reportedly assaulting a female friend in 2007. In court, District Judge Meryl Wilson sentenced William Yankey, 29, to 36 months probation for the
USD 383 will need at least $804,795 beyond its current budget authority to fund current commitments for the 2013-14 school year. Budget director Lew Faust noted that figure in a presentation to the USD 383 school board Wednesday meeting. One unfunded need is a result of the board’
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