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  • Local | November 17, 2012

    Study: airport economic impact surging

    Staff reports Economic impacts of Manhattan Regional Airport on the area have more than doubled since 2009, a study released by the city Friday has concluded. The study was compiled for the city by CDM Smith, a Cambridge, Mass.-based consulting firm. It put the airport’

  • Football | November 16, 2012

    Miami columnist rethinks his opinion on K-State football

    At the Miami Herald, Joseph Goodman has had a change of heart. Folks may remember that several weeks ago he implored the Wildcats not to make it to a BCS title game. In his most recent column, however, he begins: It’s long past time

  • Editorials | November 16, 2012

    Costs mount for BP oil spill

    Maybe the April 2010 explosion that destroyed the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, killed 11 workers, leaked more than 100 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico and cost thousands of people their livelihoods will also prove costly enough to deter BP and other oil companies from

  • Columns | November 16, 2012

    It’s time to cut bait on NBAF

    Some readers may still recall a time before the federal government took over large chunks of the Riley County area. First it was Tuttle Creek Dam, then Fort Riley expansion, and then Milford Dam sent families and towns packing. Now another government project, a germ

  • Local |Education | November 16, 2012

    Thanksgiving dinner moves to Old Chicago

    Following a marked increase in attendance and the loss of the cook who used to prepare the meal, the community Thanksgiving dinner this year will be at Old Chicago instead of Manhattan High School East Campus, as it had been in previous years. “Since I

  • Local |Kansas State University | November 16, 2012

    Fans headed to Waco to see if K-State can continue winning streak

    Fans are flocking to Waco, Texas, this weekend to watch the Wildcats play Baylor. The Kansas State University football team is undefeated and ranked No. 1 in the BCS. For many fans, this historic game is an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. “It was a last-minute decision,” said Martha

  • Local |Kansas State University | November 16, 2012

    KSU professor: Don’t wash that bird

    When it comes to your Thanksgiving turkey, a Kansas State University food safety expert has two tips that could help keep your holiday meal safer: * Don’t give your turkey a bath. * Always take your turkey’s temperature. Washing the turkey before popping it in

  • Local |Kansas State University | November 16, 2012

    KSU professor supercharges atom

    Supercharging is a technique no longer confined to automotive enthusiasts. Artem Rudenko, a new assistant professor of physics at Kansas State University and member of the James R. Macdonald Laboratory, was one of the principal investigators in an international physics collaboration that used the world’

  • Local |Kansas State University | November 16, 2012

    KSU program receives national recognition

    A program developed and led by Kansas State University’s Advanced Manufacturing Institute that helps rural companies and communities compete in the marketplace is being recognized for excellence and as a national example. KOIN, the Kansas Opportunity Innovation Network, is an economic development project developed

  • Local |Fort Riley | November 16, 2012

    Public gets look at Gray Eagle system on post

    Inside.phatch

    Members of the 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley demonstrated the army’s unmanned aircraft system (UAS), the Gray Eagle during a public event at Marshall Army AirfieldFriday. “Grey Eagle is an extended range multipurpose platform designed to provide support for


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