Tuesday, October 13, 2015


  • Track & Field | April 22, 2013

    Kynard jumps to top world mark


    WALNUT, Calif. — A busy weekend of track and field action came to a close late Saturday night for Kansas State with three meets on the schedule — including one Wildcat that put his name on top of the world rankings. Senior high jumper Erik Kynard was

  • Men's Basketball | April 22, 2013

    KSU adds point guard to class

    The Kansas State men’s basketball team added a point guard to its current recruiting class late Saturday night, getting a commitment from Nigel Johnson. A 6-foot-1, 170-pound guard from Upper Marlboro, Md., Johnson was committed to George Washington until late March when he decided

  • Tennis | April 22, 2013

    K-State eases past visiting West Virginia

    WAMEGO — Playing in its final home match of the 2013 regular season, the 52nd-ranked Kansas State swept past West Virginia, 7-0, on Sunday afternoon at the Wamego Recreation Complex. This was the first-ever meeting between the schools. K-State improved to 9-10 this season and 3-6 in

  • Golf | April 22, 2013

    Women’s golf finishes 9th at Big 12

    RHODES, Iowa — The Kansas State women’s golf team finished ninth on Sunday at the Big 12 Championship at the par-72, 6,055-yard Harvester Golf Club. The Wildcats notched a 37-over-par 325 in the final round to finish with a 54-hole score of 117-over-par 981. “We were unable to

  • Manhattan High School | April 22, 2013

    Shorthanded Indians compete twice

    With weather putting the pinch on the Manhattan High boys’ tennis season, the Indians were forced to play in back-to-back tournaments this past weekend. The team began on Friday at Salina South, with Manhattan joining 12 other teams from the area in what would prove to

  • Editorials | April 22, 2013

    Boston’s drama fast and furious

    As fast-moving stories go, the Boston Marathon bombing-manhunt-apprehension has been remarkable. It was just last Monday afternoon — one week ago — that two explosions killed three individuals and wounded scores of others, some critically, near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. Since then, an MIT

  • Letters | April 22, 2013

    Many contributed to success of LASC’s Kick-Off Classic

    To The Editor: The Little Apple Soccer Club’s Kick-Off Classic tournament at Anneberg Park on April 13-14 was a huge success. We were honored that we were able to host 67 teams and were thrilled with the fact that we had teams travel from all

  • Arts, Leisure | April 22, 2013

    Pair successfully wrap up library series


    The KSU Library’s chamber music series April 19 concert featuring Chris Thompson, baritone, and Steven Spooner, piano, brought the 2012-2013 season to a successful close. Supposing I were planning an evening of classical art songs, what big-name composers would likely be on my list? Schubert,

  • Arts, Leisure | April 21, 2013

    After a year of transformation, Holly Hertel looks to future weight-loss, fitness goals


    Even though life is always changing, having a challenging workout routine and healthy diet are two things that should be constant, said Holly Hertel, who has come a long way in her weight loss journey in the year since she it began. Hertel recently changed

  • Gardening | April 21, 2013

    Tomato planting time

    It is almost time to plant our warm-season vegetables such as tomatoes and beans. The soil temperature should be a constant 70 degrees for growth. Seeds and transplants will take off and the need for covering is minimal. Vegetables are the only plants that we need

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