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  • Zimmerman is USA Today All-American

    Kansas State senior safety Ty Zimmerman was named to the USA Today All-America team. Zimmerman, who earned second-team honors, picked up All-America honors for the second straight season. Last year, the Junction City product earned second-team All-America by CBSSports.com, .

  • Cats open with home track meet

    The Kansas State track and field team opened up its 2013-14 indoor campaign today at Ahearn Field House with the Carol Robinson Winter Pentathlon, followed by the K-State Winter Invitational on Saturday. Saturday’s meet features a full slate of .

  • 16 accidents reported on I-70

    The Kansas Highway Patrol worked 13 accidents along Interstate 70 between the Wabaunsee County line and the Paxico exit. That segment of the interstate’s westbound lanes were closed for several hours until they were opened at about 9:15 a.m. A series .

  • I-70 westbound lanes open, risky conditions close USD 329

    Interstate 70’s westbound lanes between mile markers 322 and 336 are slowly opening, Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Ben Gardner said. The fourteen-mile stretch from the Wabaunsee County line to the Paxico exit was closed because of black ice that caused injury and .

  • Ice-related accidents cause I-70 westbound lanes to close

    Fourteen miles of Interstate 70 is currently closed because of a series of ice-related accidents, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol KHP Trooper Ben Gardner said the interstate’s westbound lanes are closed from mile marker 322 at the Riley County and .

  • Manhattan man sentenced in April shooting

    A Manhattan man convicted of murder was sentenced to life in prison Thursday afternoon. Matthew Wilson, 43, was sentenced in Riley County District Court to life imprisonment in addition to consecutive sentences that totaled 310 months, or nearly 26 years. Wilson was convicted .

  • County finalizes bylaws for public building commission

    The Riley County Commission moved forward Thursday with finalizing bylaws for the proposed public building commission. The commission has not created a public building commission, but has been mulling over how such a body would operate. The question at Thursday’.

  • Blues, ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ this weekend

    The Red State Blues Band will heat up the dance stage at the Manhattan Arts Center this weekend. This eight-member band is devoted to performing a variety of authentic blues styles stretching back across the past century. But on Saturday, .

  • An evening conversation: peace or chaos? Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    He was known worldwide for bringing justice to a land where it seemed impossible. But those who best knew Nelson Mandela prefer to tell stories about the joy of the man himself — and especially his sense of humor. One can .

  • KDOT to close two rest areas near JC

    Two rest stops a mile west of Junction City were closed Monday, a move officials say will save the state $200,000 a year. The Kansas Department of Transportation decided to close the stops because Junction City has developed to the west .

  • Nauerth to speak at K-State commencement

    Deb Nauerth, principal at Woodrow Wilson Elementary, will deliver the commencement address during the K-State education college graduation. The ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday at Bramlage Coliseum. “It’s an incredible honor,” she said. “I’m humbled that .

  • Too much read into handshake

    Try as we might, we can’t get all that worked up over the fact that President Barack Obama and Cuban dictator Raúl Castro shook hands during the memorial service for Nelson Mandela on Tuesday in South Africa. The .







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