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  • From the Land of Kansas companies to be featured at Sampler festival

    The Kansas Department of Agriculture’s state trademark program, From the Land of Kansas, and a variety of its member companies will be in exhibiting at the 25th Annual Kansas Sampler Festival, May 3-4 in Wamego to showcase Kansas food, .

  • Health Source offers exams for donation to Locks of Love

    Health Source Chiropractic, 930 Hayes Drive, Suite C, is offering a new-patient exam, including consultation, complete exam, any necessary X-rays and follow-up appointment for a $20 donation to Locks of Love. The event is going on through the month of May. If .

  • K-State tennis ends season with loss to Cowgirls

    FORT WORTH, Texas — The 67th-ranked Kansas State tennis team attempted to reach its first Big 12 Tennis Championship semifinal since 2000, but No. 25 Oklahoma State held back the upset bid with a 4-0 win over the Wildcats on Friday at Friedman Tennis .

  • KSU women in 7th in Big 12 Championship

    AUSTIN, Texas — The Kansas State women’s golf team currently sits in seventh place after the second round of the Big 12 Championship at the par-72, 6,143-yard UT Golf Course. K-State dropped five positions on the leaderboard after shooting a 23-over 311 .

  • Book says state’s high court historically has leaned right

    Recently our Supreme Court has been on the front page because of issues like school funding and abortion. The Kochs and the Tea Party types have had the Court in their sights, not to mention Sam Brownback and our conservative .

  • Slow start builds toward suspenseful end

    Adina Rishe Gewirtz gives us a slow start to her debut novel, “Zebra Forest,” but it gradually becomes more intense and keeps us in suspense until the mystery makes sense.   Although “Zebra Forest” is not a classic mystery, Gewirtz .

  • Keep an eye out for these ‘best fiction’ nominees by genre Susan.withee.librarian1

    Hands down, the most popular books with adults in public libraries are what we in the biz call “genre fiction” — mysteries, romances, westerns, science fiction, and so on. And every spring and summer, various national writers’ organizations hold their conventions .

  • Fast marriage brings drama

    “Before We Met” is a riveting story, one that will make you wonder how well you know anyone, especially your spouse. Hannah and Mark, both British, met in New York and were married within eight months. Mark, 40, owns DataPro, a .

  • Middle America explained through a different Woodstock

    Who or what are Middle Americans? In “Woodstock: A Story of Middle Americans,” Bill Tammeus explores and celebrates the Middle America, which, historically, is roughly the area between the Appalachians and the Sierras. Middle Americans have life choices, values, and .

  • Another Guard unit will be a asset

    We are delighted to learn that the Kansas National Guard will be adding to its present strength in Manhattan. The addition will be in the form of the 130th Field Artillery Brigade headquarters, which will operate out of the National .

  • Romero not ‘blackmailed; she signed a contract

    To the Editor: I realize that as sports editor, it is Josh Kinder’s prerogative to state his opinions. I will make a few comments for your consideration regarding his recent column, “Romero’s case makes K-State look like a .

  • Kansas State stands tall despite sportscaster’s insult

    To the Editor: I have been a Kansas State University supporter since the 1950s and will continue to be a supporter even after the nationally known sports announcer and former NCAA player has condemned KSU on the Leti Romero case. .





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