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  • Blue Springs trio heads 2014 group

    From the moment Dalvin Warmack committed to Kansas State last summer, he took it upon himself to make sure the Wildcats would have a good class coming in with him. So Warmack, a running back from Blue Springs, Mo., tweeted .

  • Snyder’s age a factor on recruiting trail Snyder.phatch

    Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder will turn 75 in October. He’s already the oldest active head coach in college football and with the five-year deal he signed a year ago, Snyder is under contract until he’s 78. But when .

  • Clinkscales excited to help Cats inside Terrell.phatch

    “Family” is a word that gets thrown around Kansas State and its athletic programs so often it almost becomes cliché. That said, it’s a word that played a major part in the late commitment, and eventual signing of prized .

  • K-State tennis ends four-match homestand this weekend

    The 53rd-ranked Kansas State tennis team will end the first of two four-match homestands this weekend, as the Wildcats host No. 55 Fresno State at noon on Friday and former Big 12 foe Colorado at 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Body .

  • Kynard starring on International stage

    Former Kansas State track and field high jumper Erik Kynard started the new year with three impressive performances on the international stage. With his most recent performance in Hustopece, Czech Republic, the former All-American has two victories in the high .

  • Dick earns weekly Big 12 track award

    Kansas State senior Devin Dick was named Big 12 Indoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week following his stellar performance last weekend in the heptathlon at the Bill Bergan Invitational in Ames, Iowa. The win marked his first-career victory in .

  • Webster to compete in equestrian challenge

    Kansas State equestrian captain Rachel Webster was one of 16 riders selected to compete in Friday’s WEF Collegiate Equitation Challenge. This is her second straight selection to this event. Last year, Webster finished second in the consolation bracket. “We are .

  • Snowfall second-highest one-day February total Snowsunrise.phatch

    Tuesday’s storm dropped 11.2 inches of snow on Manhattan, the second-highest February snowfall in one day for the city. The record for snowfall in one day for February was set at 18 inches on Feb. 27, 1900. State climatologist Mary Knapp said that .

  • Farm bill passes after 3 years of talks

    WASHINGTON — Congress gave final approval Tuesday to a sweeping overhaul of federal farm and nutrition policies after almost four years of negotiations, sending a five-year farm bill to President Barack Obama for his signature. The Senate voted 68 to 32 to approve .

  • 3 snowplows, other vehicles wrecked Clearing.phatch

    Tuesday’s winter storm has had plowers working hard to clear the Manhattan area’s 13 inches of snow. Kansas Department of Transportation spokeswoman Kimberly Qualls said northeast Kansas had a total of three accidents involving snow plowing vehicles during the .

  • Mail service spotty on Tuesday

    Mail carriers also struggled with impassable roads on Tuesday. Manhattan postmaster Bob Mikulecky said that the carriers made judgment calls on whether to deliver the mail on Tuesday. “Our concern was to get as much mail delivered yesterday, but make .

  • ‘Labor Day’ is a Valentine’s Day offering, with a few trimmings

    Movie fans know Joyce Maynard through the film version of her novel “To Die For,” though one suspects Buck Henry’s screenplay influences our estimation of the story. Maynard has also been in the news because of her decision to .





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