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  • Women's Basketball | August 18, 2013

    K-State women complete Italy tour unbeaten

    LATINA, Italy — The Kansas State women’s basketball team concluded the competition part of its trip through Italy undefeated on Saturday night with an 84-27 win over ASD Bull Basket. Following a final day of sightseeing in Rome, the Wildcats will return home Monday morning.

  • Football | August 18, 2013

    Sams, Waters battle for starting job


    There was a time it seemed the quarterback job at Kansas State would just be handed to Daniel Sams this season, like an old-fashioned, next-in-line type of gig. All that changed last spring with the arrival of Jake Waters, a big-armed slinger with eye-popping passing

  • Manhattan High School | August 18, 2013

    Manhattan High practice schedules are set

    Despite already starting school on Wednesday, athletes at Manhattan High have not begun practicing for fall sports, as regulated by the KSHSAA. The first opportunity to practice is Monday, Aug. 19. Football upperclassmen (grades 10-12) will start the week with two-a-days Monday through Wednesday, practicing before

  • Arts & Leisure | August 18, 2013

    Memory of late wife inspires man’s project

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    He’s been working on it for a year and a half, and he still has several months to go. In the basement of 91-year-old Joe Beaudet’s home on Houston Street is a fully-equipped miniature church complete with pews, stained-glass windows, and even tiny

  • Off The Beat | August 18, 2013

    How do I say goodbye?

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    It’s almost the start of the fall semester for most college students, which means it’s heart-wrenching time for a lot of parents.  Me included. Kids are leaving home. They’re going away to college, never to return. Oh sure, they’ll be

  • Editorials | August 18, 2013

    Regents’ modest request denounced

    We appreciate the Kansas Legislature’s crusade to cut income taxes, though in our view lawmakers have gone too far too fast. And we understand that when legislators cut state revenue at the rate they have the last two years, there’s a lot less

  • Letters | August 18, 2013

    Flock of the Good Shepherd helps people feel at home

    To the Editor: “Have you noticed how little touches can enhance a room, a garden — even our lives? Often those little things are the most celebrated. With this in mind, we have set up a membership drive for The Flock of the Good Shepherd.

  • Gardening | August 18, 2013

    Plants need rain, supplemental irrigation for optimum health


    The plan is coming together. This year’s educational focus is correctly using water in our landscapes. Recent rains have put a damper on the present need to water so much. Instead of focusing on when to turn on the irrigation and for how long,

  • Books | August 18, 2013

    The telling short stories of a former K-State graduate student

    For short story lovers, the only thing more engaging than reading this former K-Stater’s collection is hearing her read her stories aloud as she did on campus several months ago. Usually, I seek out short stories while traveling, quick reads to be recycled to

  • Books | August 18, 2013

    The battle of the castle

    Imagine German and American troops joined together in a fire-fight against Nazi SS soldiers, to protect a handful of French political prisoners. That’s the story of “the last —and arguably the strangest — ground combat action of World War II in Europe.” At a thirteenth

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