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  • Obituaries | November 20, 2012

    Betty Brunkow

    Betty Jean Brunkow, 91, of Wamego, died Monday at her residence.

  • Obituaries | November 20, 2012

    Daniel Clark

    Daniel Robert Clark, 68, of rural St. George, died Sunday at the Stoneybrook Retirement Community in Manhattan.

  • Editorials | November 20, 2012

    Concealed carry revisited

    We’re not fans of concealed-carry gun permits, but it’s nevertheless impressive that only 44 of the more than 51,000 Kansans who have been issued permits since 2007 have been charged with a crime while using a firearm. The figures, from research conducted by the Wichita Eagle,

  • Letters | November 20, 2012

    Thanks again for making Buttons ’n Bows a success

    To the Editor: The Buttons ’n Bows Arts and Crafts Fair has become an annual tradition in the Manhattan community and a valuable fundraiser for the Manhattan Catholic Schools PTO. The 32nd annual Buttons ’n Bows was a resounding success, thanks to the tireless efforts

  • Letters | November 20, 2012

    United States is following in ancient Rome’s fatal steps

    To the Editor: Long ago in a country far, far away from Saint George, Kansas, one Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 B.C.) wrote these words: “Do not blame Caesar; blame the people of Rome who have so enthusiastically acclaimed and adored him and rejoiced in

  • Arts, Leisure | November 20, 2012

    Chamber musicians, Tierney Sutton and all that jazz


    The night of November 13 at McCain Auditorium the Turtle Island Quartet performed a program titled “Poets and Prayers” with Tierney Sutton. The quartet of chamber musicians is known for pushing the boundaries of classical performance and challenging perceptions of what a chamber quartet is and

  • Movies | November 20, 2012

    ‘Lincoln’ too big in some ways


    Stephen Spielberg’s new movie “Lincoln” contains a couple of surprises, which is something of a surprise in itself. Regular moviegoers may feel as if they have got the director’s routine figured out pretty well. After all, we’ve seen over two dozen of

  • Men's Basketball | November 20, 2012

    NYC natives see home after Sandy

    It began with high wind and heavy rain, and then shifted to flooding, power outages and even fires. On Oct. 29, Hurricane Sandy, then downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone, hit the shores of New York and New Jersey hard, causing damage across New York City. The

  • November 20, 2012

    Snyder: Cats have to move on after loss

    The Kansas State football team now faces a bye week after its 52-24 loss to Baylor, one that presumably ended the team’s national title hopes. There is still plenty on the line for the Wildcats, with the chance to win the Big 12 Conference and

  • Football | November 20, 2012

    Klein finalist for Maxwell, O’Brien Awards

    K-State senior quarterback Collin Klein has been named a finalist for both the Maxwell Award as the college football player of the year and the Davey O Brien Award as nation’s best quarterback in a joint announcement by ESPN and the awards committees Monday

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