To the Editor: Ms. Ward’s letter of Feb. 20 cites Rally for Life marches in Kansas and in our nation’s capital. The number of participants was estimated at 702,500, and even that number may be conservative.
In just four games, Kansas State could be the regular season Big 12 champion. And that’s pretty amazing when you think about it. Of course, the Wildcats will likely have to win all four games, including one tonight against Texas Tech at 6 p.m. inside
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — The Kansas State baseball team owned a slim lead over Elon throughout a majority of the contest Sunday, but a two-run Phoenix eighth inning turned out to be the difference as they topped the Wildcats, 4-3, in the Caravelle Resort Tournament
AMES, Iowa — The Kansas State track and field team thought it could contend for a Big 12 title this past weekend at the indoor championship. And though the Wildcats didn’t win, they did finish third with 96 points — the best mark for K-State since 2004 when it
Kansas State women’s basketball coach Deb Patterson has had just one losing season in the previous 11 years. But with just three games remaining in the regular season, and the Wildcats riding a three-game skid, K-State is in danger of finishing below .500 for the first
WICHITA — The 45th-ranked Kansas State tennis team looked for its fourth win over a ranked opponent this spring, but No. 20 Purdue downed the Wildcats on Sunday, 4-2, at the Wichita Country Club. K-State is now 4-3 this season, while Purdue improves to 4-1. The Wildcats
The former Kansas State football players in the NFL combine spent the weekend working out in Indianapolis, and some have finished among the top performers in drills at their position. Quarterback Collin Klein, wide receiver Chris Harper, fullback Braden Wilson, linebacker Arthur Brown and kicker
Sequestration — Wash-ington’s term for preventable and potentially devastating spending cuts — appears increasingly likely to move from the hypothetical to the real later this week. And with it will come real pain to real people. The cuts — tens of billions of dollars in both military
To the Editor: I read with interest the recent letter from Marie Peterson, “State abortion efforts likely to increase suffering and deaths.”
To the Editor: Dodge Ram’s Super Bowl ad, “And God Made a Farmer,” captured more attention and touched more hearts — old and young, urban and rural — than any of the other multi-million dollar commercials.
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