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  • Obituaries | January 02, 2013

    Hazel F. Schindler

    Hazel F. Schindler, 90, of New London, Mo., died Tuesday at the Hannibal Regional Hospital in Hannibal, Mo.

  • Obituaries | January 02, 2013

    JoAnn Carlson

    JoAnn Williams Carlson, 80, died Dec. 22 at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, Okla.

  • Obituaries | January 02, 2013

    Beatrice Poindexter

    Beatrice M. Poindexter, 87, of Manhattan died Tuesday at her residence.

  • Football | January 02, 2013

    Barnett gaining value experience for Cats

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The decision was simple for Kansas State defensive coordinator Tom Hayes. When junior safety Ty Zimmerman suffered a leg injury in the Wildcats’ 23-10 win over TCU on Nov. 17, it was true-freshman Dante Barnett who was called on to fill the void left

  • Football | January 01, 2013

    Wildcats’ Davis, Williams have unbreakable bond

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — They aren’t twins and they aren’t even brothers, but Meshak Williams has felt Adam Davis’ pain. The two Kansas State defensive ends grew up in Georgia, but didn’t know each other. Yet today, the two seniors couldn’t be closer

  • Football | January 01, 2013

    Hubert inches closer to his goal of 1,000 yards


    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — John Hubert is so close he can almost taste it. A year ago the Kansas State running back fell just 30 yards short of reaching the 1,000-yard mark for the season. This year the situation is similar, as the junior leads the Wildcats with 892

  • Football | January 01, 2013

    Ex-Husker QB crosses paths with Cats again


    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — After Thursday night, Scott Frost might have one of the more unique perspectives on Kansas State football. The former Nebraska quarterback, who guided the Cornhuskers to their last national title in 1997, was 2-0 against the Wildcats as player and then joined the K-State

  • Men's Basketball | January 01, 2013

    Late run helps Cats shake Coyotes, 70-50

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    Kansas State took all the ugliness from Saturday’s win over UMKC, and smothered it with another dose of ugly on Monday afternoon. For the second straight game, the Wildcats had long stretches of turnovers and missed shots that left a weary feeling amongst the

  • Neighbors | December 31, 2012

    Empty nesters with more love to give assemble a second family

    When Doug and Manuela Wilson saw the last of their three children leave the nest, Doug decided he wanted more children. So the couple became foster parents in order to fill their house with the sound of laughter. “I was injured on the job in 1999,”

  • Local |Government, Politics | December 31, 2012

    Fiscal cliff may affect local companies

    The deadline is midnight for Congress to pass a budget deal that would prevent taxes from increasing to levels in existence during the Clinton administration. Along with the 2 percent increase in payroll tax, Congress’ failure to beat the Jan. 1 deadline for avoiding the so-called “fiscal

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