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  • Letters | January 10, 2013

    Alumni Association elated by support of Wildcat fans

    To the Editor: On behalf of the K-State Alumni Association Board of Directors and staff, I want to share our heartfelt appreciation to the Manhattan community for your overwhelming support of the university and our Wildcat football team.

  • Letters | January 10, 2013

    There is no easy solution to issue of ‘gun violence’

    To the Editor: It has been said that for every difficult problem there is a simple, easy and wrong solution. In many cases of modern life, this holds true. In no case in America is this more true than the problem with what is called “

  • Local | January 10, 2013

    2012 was 7th warmest year on record in Manhattan


    In 2012, Manhattan experienced the seventh warmest year on record by average temperature and the sixth warmest by average high temperature. Several daily temperature records also were broken through the year, but not all were record highs. “What I’m looking at is we have a

  • Local |Government, Politics | January 10, 2013

    Reddi is fifth in city race

    Usha reddi .phatch

    Usha Reddi has become the fifth entrant in April’s race for three seats on the Manhattan City Commission. Reddi is a first grade teacher at Ogden Elementary. This past general election, Reddi sought the Democratic nomination for the 6th District state Board of Education

  • Local | January 10, 2013

    Snyder to conclude 36 years with MFD

    Fire Chief Jerry Snyder has decided to retire after 36 years of service, and the city is looking internally to find a replacement. Snyder said he thinks it’s time to give the responsibility of running and managing the fire department to “the younger guys.” His

  • Local |Government, Politics | January 10, 2013

    Butler: 2013 could be big for local business

    A groundbreaking ceremony later this month for CivicPlus will mark the first event in what Chamber of Commerce President Lyle Butler hopes will be a big year for business in 2013. Butler told county commissioners Thursday that other local economic highlights could include expansion by a

  • Movies | January 10, 2013

    ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D’ proves a weak sequel


    The sex appeal in the new movie about Leatherface is just about the only thing that works. The film, titled “Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D,” is the latest in what had been a horror movie series outrider. Since Tobe Hooper’s 1974 chiller, “Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” based,

  • Local | January 10, 2013

    Greater Manhattan group names new CEO

    Vernon Henricks was appointed chief executive officer of the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation by its executive board. He will begin work Feb. 4. “We are thrilled to have Vern joining the foundation,” said board chair Dennis Mullin. “Vern’s experience and knowledge of the community will

  • Women's Basketball | January 10, 2013

    Poor shooting dooms Cats at Texas Tech

    Bri craig 20.phatch

    LUBBOCK, Texas — Despite a late rally, Kansas State suffered through one of its roughest shooting performances of the season, as Texas Tech defended its home floor with a 59-50 win on Wednesday night at United Spirit Arena. K-State (10-5, 1-2 Big 12) was led by Bri

  • Men's Basketball | January 10, 2013

    Improved Williams pacing Cats

    Kansas State forward Nino Williams went on a surge in non-conference play, positioning himself as an important piece of the puzzle in Bruce Weber’s first year as head coach of the Wildcats basketball team. He continued it into Big 12 Conference play against Oklahoma State

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