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  • Women's Basketball | January 24, 2013

    K-State breaks school 3-point record

    No 2 for 3.phatch

    The secret’s out. Kansas State is going to chuck 3-pointers all season. It was just a week ago the Wildcats set a school record by attempting 44 behind the arc. But what happened Wednesday night still came as a surprise to Oklahoma State head coach

  • Local |Government, Politics | January 23, 2013

    Library project tax hit an issue at final OK

    City commissioners approved all items on Tuesday’s agenda, but not without discussion. The most contentious debate dealt with an item on the meeting’s consent agenda, which is usually reserved for the least controversial items. During the public comment portion of the meeting, Richard

  • Local |Kansas State University | January 23, 2013

    Eisenhower library, K-State partner up

    Kansas State University and the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum have signed a partnership to strengthen research opportunities between the two institutions. The agreement was signed Tuesday by U.S. Archivist David Ferriero and Kansas State President Kirk Schulz. Elements include student internships, academic conferences,

  • I Wonder | January 23, 2013

    FYI, the 411 on the MPO and the RPO

    Wonder1

    Q: There’s a lot of talk about the region’s new MPO, which I understand is mandated by federal law. How is it different in function from the non-mandated RPO and how are both funded?

  • Local |Education |Fort Riley | January 23, 2013

    Fort Riley breaks ground on new middle school

    USD 475 Fort Riley broke ground on a new middle school Tuesday that officials hope will alleviate some of the overcrowding problems in the district’s classrooms. Brig. Gen. Donald MacWillie, Fort Riley’s senior commander, along with district officials and students all participated in the

  • Local |Kansas State University | January 23, 2013

    The future of batteries

    A Kansas State University researcher is developing more efficient ways to save costs, time and energy when creating nanomaterials and lithium-ion batteries. Gurpreet Singh, assistant professor of mechanical and nuclear engineering, and his research team have published two recent articles on newer, cheaper and faster

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | January 23, 2013

    Impersonation of a doctor reported

    Police are investigating reports of an impersonation of a doctor at Candlewood Pharmacy in Manhattan. Officer Matt Droge said an unknown person called the pharmacy, 3254 Kimball Ave., pretending to be a doctor from Sabetha Family Practice in Sabetha. Sabetha is a city in northeast Kansas.

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | January 23, 2013

    Assault on officer during game

    A Goddard man was arrested outside of Bramlage Coliseum during the KU vs. K-State basketball game Tuesday after allegedly becoming belligerent when officers approached him about scalping tickets. Caleb Schmidt, 33, was arrested for assault of a law enforcement officer, criminal trespass and obstruction of the

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency |Education | January 23, 2013

    Suspicious activity reportedly directed at student

    The principal of Anthony Middle School is warning parents of suspicious activity in the northwest part of town after a young girl was offered a ride by an unknown male after she got off of the bus. Vickie Kline said the only description they have

  • Editorials | January 23, 2013

    The more polarized city race

    Idealists won’t like this, but the April City Commission race appears to continue and accelerate a trend toward full political polarity. This may be in small part the fault of the candidates, but it is more likely an honest reaction to the times and


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