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  • Local |Education |Kansas State University | November 29, 2012

    Agreement lets students use K-State credits for MATC degree

    Kansas State University and Manhattan Area Technical College (MATC) are making it easier for students to transfer credit hours earned at the university toward completion of their community college or technical degree. Recently, Kirk Schulz, president of K-State and Ron Edleston, president of MATC, signed

  • Obituaries | November 29, 2012

    Garry Brower

    Garry R. Brower, 98, of Manhattan died Monday surrounded by family and friends.

  • Obituaries | November 29, 2012

    Wayne McIntosh

    Wayne Wesley McIntosh, 96, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, at Meadowlark Hills - Wroten House.

  • Women's Basketball | November 29, 2012

    Spresser finds her way back to hoops

    There was a time when Kendra Spresser thought her playing days were over. She was done with basketball and enrolled at Kansas State, just another student going through the daily grind of classes and homework. Even though the Dresden native had made up her mind,

  • Columns |Volleyball | November 29, 2012

    Bauman: Wildcats accepted the challenge

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    Before the season even started, the Kansas State volleyball team made sure to get into a highly-competitive mindset by taking a day to train with a group of people who also train at an incredibly high level. In August, the Wildcats took a trip to

  • Women's Basketball | November 29, 2012

    Lehning selected for KSHSAA Hall of Fame

    Former Kansas State point guard and current assistant coach Shalee Lehning has been selected for the Kansas State High School Activities Association Hall of Fame, the organization announced Wednesday. Lehning was three-sports star at Sublette High from 2001-05. The former point guard for the WNBA’

  • Football | November 29, 2012

    Klein named a finalist for Camp, Manning Awards

    Kansas State senior quarterback Collin Klein added two more accolades Wednesday, as he was named a finalist for both the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award and the Manning Award. Klein is one of five finalists for the Walter Camp Award, which is voted

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | November 28, 2012

    KBI conducts drill for forensic scientists at Tuttle Creek

    Just off a gravel road near Tuttle Creek Dam, members of the KBI Crime Scene Response Team spent the majority of Tuesday digging pig carcasses from shallow graves as part of a quarterly training session. The pigs served as less grisly replacements for the human

  • Local |Government, Politics | November 28, 2012

    Mayor to have say over fireworks

    Commissioners agreed Tuesday that someone needs the authority to ban the sale and use of fireworks in emergency situations, and they also agreed that floating “sky lanterns” should be prohibited. That authority apparently will rest with the city’s mayor, acting in consultation with appointed

  • Obituaries | November 28, 2012

    Wayne McIntosh

    Wayne McIntosh, 96, of Manhattan died Tuesday at Meadowlark Hills - Wroten House.


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