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  • JACK GLOVER

    Jack C. Glover, M.D., 84, died Sunday at his home in Farmington, N.M. The family provided some of the following information. He was born Nov. 29, 1929, in Topeka. He was the son of Otis B. Glover and Anona Cain Glover. .

  • Agencies’ response to needs impressive

    Sometimes it isn’t just problems that snowball. Sometimes it’s solutions — or at least the effort to provide solutions. So it was Wednesday and Thursday at the First United Methodist Church on Poyntz Avenue, when several dozen of this .

  • Brownback digging us into debt

    Rhetoric soared as Gov. Sam Brownback delivered his State of the State address in mid-January, but words can not mask the grim conditions ahead for Kansas as a result of his actions on state finance. The governor repeatedly invoked God, .

  • ‘I, Frankenstein’ will pass the time, if you don’t think too much G.w.clift1

    Remember the 1950s crime novel “I, the Jury”? Mickey Spillane had more publicity muscle shots taken than has Vladimir Putin during the time his Mike Hammer was the hero of relatively unsophisticated American readers. Now we get a movie called “.

  • Wildcat defense digs in for road test

    A little over a year ago, Kansas State forward Shane Southwell could be seen arms bowed out, flexing and screaming into a stunned WVU Coliseum crowd moments after the then-junior had blocked a last second shot by West Virginia’s .

  • Wildcats looking for win at WVU

    There’s two ways to look at Kansas State’s win over Texas Tech on Tuesday. On the one hand, the Wildcats got big performances off the bench when their three leading scorers weren’t very active on the box .

  • Cats’ big post making big strides

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team has won three of its last five games and a big reason why — literally — has been the improved play of 6-foot-5 freshman post Bre Lewis. Lewis has found out there’s far more .

  • K-State tennis opens home slate

    The 55th-ranked Kansas State tennis team opened the home portion of its spring season Friday afternoon against Northern Iowa at the Body First Tennis and Fitness Center in Manhattan and will continue its four-match homestand on Saturday against Liberty at .

  • Brooks suspended by MHS officials

    When the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team takes the court at Emporia Saturday night, it will do so without head coach Tim Brooks. Brooks confirmed Friday morning that he has been suspended pending the results of an internal investigation, with .

  • K-State tennis to open home slate this weekend

    The 55th-ranked Kansas State tennis team will open the home portion of its spring season on Friday at 1 p.m. against Northern Iowa at the Body First Tennis and Fitness Center in Manhattan and will continue its four-match homestand on .

  • MHS girls rout Hays in MAC opener

    MCPHERSON — The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team cruised to victory in the opening round of the Mid-America Classic, beating Hays 60-24 to earn a berth in Friday’s semifinals. Manhattan got off to a slow start, but built up a 28.

  • Regents can, must do better

    I was raised in a family of five children. Our terminal de-grees range from construction engineering to theater to second-ary education to nutrition. My father was a corporate executive. He sold tires — lots of them. My mother was a geography .






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