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  • Professor and architect to give lecture at KSU

    A Columbia University professor and New York-based architect will present the Ekdahl Distinguished Lecture for the architecture department at Kansas State University’s College of Architecture, Planning & Design. Laurie Hawkinson’s lecture, “Moving Space,” will be at 4 p.m. .

  • K-State offers sales certificate

    A new certificate being offered by Kansas State University’s National Strategic Selling Institute can provide students planning sales-related careers with a competitive advantage. The institute’s certificate in professional strategic selling lets students gain exposure to the fundamentals of .

  • JAMES MEAD

    James R. Mead, 70, of Manhattan, died Monday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House. The family provided some of the following information. He was born June 20, 1943, in Tooele, Utah. James was raised in Sterling. After his schooling, he entered the Army .

  • THOMAS FLEEKER

    Thomas E. Fleeker, 69, of Great Falls, Mont., died Wednesday in the hospice at Great Falls, Mont. He was born to William and Ruth (Omstead) Fleeker in Manhattan on Feb. 13, 1945.  He attended Manhattan schools and served in the U.S. .

  • WILLIE PAUL HALL

    Willie Paul Hall, 67, of rural St. George, died Wednesday, at the Westy Community Care Home in Westmoreland. The family provided some of the following information. He was born on Jan. 11, 1947 in Amazonia, Mo. He was the son of C.B. .

  • Medal of Honor winner Walter Ehlers dies at 92 Ehlers new.phatch

    Walter Ehlers knew fear, tragedy, glory and celebrity as few Manhattanites ever have or ever will. Mr. Ehlers, the only resident of Manhattan to receive the Medal of Honor for gallantry in combat above and beyond the call of duty, .

  • Fracking is safe and beneficial

    Fear has become a principal means of directing public opinion away from the facts, and in the case of hydraulic fracturing, it is occurring with a well-known and historically acceptable process associated with recovering oil and natural gas from the .

  • New ‘Robocop’ tackles contemporary issue G.w.clift1

    The new re-make of the 1985 movie “Robocop” is topical. It is about ethical questions involved in the public discussion of the use of remote control “drone” weapons. It is easy enough for director Jose Padiha to get to the issue .

  • Wamego girls blitz Abilene Wamego gbb abilene (4).phatch

    WAMEGO — Class 4A’s top-ranked Wamego girls’ basketball team wrapped up it’s regular season home slate by clinching at least a share of its third straight North Central Kansas League title with a dominating 64-24 win over Abilene Thursday .

  • Red Raiders shoot past Cowboys Wamego bb abilene (13).phatch

    WAMEGO — The Wamego boys’ basketball team continued it’s midseason turnaround Thursday night with a convincing 65-50 upset of rival Abilene. With the win,  the Red Raiders remain in a tie with Concordia for first place in the North .

  • Cats still seek elusive road wins

    Six chances, one win. The Kansas State men’s basketball team has just three more opportunities to pick up another road win before the regular season ends, and all three will come in the next four games. As the Wildcats (18.

  • Struggling Wildcats set to host surging Mountaineers Debleti.phatch

    Coming off a disappointing road trip at TCU on Wednesday night and a chance to make up some ground in the Big 12 standings, the Kansas State women now turn their attention to No. 13 West Virginia. It was just two weeks .







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