Reid Sigmon is leaving his post as senior associate athletic director at Kansas State to become the chief financial officer of the college football playoff and national championship game, BCS Executive Director Bill Hancock announced today. In Sigmon’s new role, which will begin April 22,
The 60th-ranked Kansas State tennis team will open the home portion of its 2013 spring schedule on Saturday, as the Wildcats host No. 23 Tulsa at 11 a.m., at Body First Tennis and Fitness Center. The match is free and open to the public and will be
The third-ranked MCC women’s basketball team won two games this past weekend to clinch a conference championship. The Crusaders defeated Ozark Christian 84-49 on Friday. MCC led 41-21 at halftime. Ashley Valentine and Brittany Shaklee scored 16 points apiece for the Crusaders. Libby Witte had
Think of it as a hamburger with all the most healthful fish qualities. A Manhattan-based firm will begin marketing later this month a ground beef product enriched with omega 3 fatty acids, the substance prevalent in fish that has been shown to reduce heart disease, cholesterol
Riley County commissioners learned Monday that housing values here grew during 2012. Delivering an annual update tied to the pending release of individual home valuations, appraisal analyst Allen Todd said there were 933 residential sales in the county during 2012, up from 838 in 2011. The local data was part
A Manhattan woman died Saturday night as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident that afternoon. Betty Clark, 88, was airlifted to Stormont-Vail Hospital following initial treatment, according to a report filed by the Kansas Highway Patrol. Clark died at the hospital. She was
Loren D. Hodges, 95, of St. George died today at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. Funeral services are pending and will be announced by Campanella-Evans Mortuary in Wamego. http://www.campanellafuneral.com.
City commissioners plan to hold a public hearing and discuss issuing about $6.7 million in industrial revenue refunding and improvement bonds for Manko Window Systems, Inc. Tuesday. City manager Ron Fehr said $1.7 million will be for refinancing of existing bonds in order to take advantage of
Earl Richard Bullock, 82, of Dallas, Texas, died Wednesday in Dallas.
Eunice Dorst, 76, died Jan. 22 in Lawton, Okla.
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