• Michigan QB unlikely to play Saturday

    If the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl were today, Michigan would probably be without its starting quarterback Devin Gardner. The junior was seen Monday during the Wolverines’ arrival in Phoenix wearing a walking boot. He hasn’t practiced since injuring his .

  • Droge: Stay alert for holidays

    This may be the season for giving, but Officer Matthew Droge of the Riley County Police Department said it can be busy for criminals, as well. “It’s also the time of year when those who might want to take .

  • Weixelman a fixture in Wamego education Weixelman.phatch

    WAMEGO – Richard Weixelman is a handyman, a farmer and he’s committed to education. He’s so committed that he’s been a member of the USD 320 Wamego school board for 31 years – beginning in 1983. “I’ve always been a believer .

  • ROBERT L. CAVE

    Robert L. Cave, 92, of Lee’s Summit, Mo., died Thursday at his home. Graveside services were   1 p.m., on Monday at Mt Hope Cemetery in Topeka. Mr. Cave was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend. He was preceded .

  • N.Y. woman in custody after crash into house

    A New York woman is in custody after crashing her vehicle into a house while fleeing from Riley County police officers. Around 1:45 p.m. Friday, RCPD investigated a court order violation report in the northwest portion of Manhattan, and contacted .

  • Business college earns accreditation

    The College of Business Administration at Kansas State University has earned an extension to its Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business International accreditation for both its business and accounting programs. The association, or AASCB, was founded in 1916 .

  • Would Jefferson endorse the NSA?

    These words from the author of the Declaration of Independence are worth contemplating in the era of Edward Snowden and the National Security Agency. Mr. Snowden, who stole 1.7 million documents from the NSA, offered last week to aid Brazil in .

  • ‘Anchorman 2’ isn’t as ingenious as its father G.w.clift1

    It is one of the most familiar old stories. Two veterans of a company notice that the tenure of their current boss began just about twenty years before. “He’s done a great job,” one old hand says to the .

  • K-State winter events scheduled

    A new year brings new performances, exhibitions and more to the Kansas State University campus. The following events in January, all free unless otherwise indicated, are sponsored by the university’s McCain Performance Series; the School of Music, Theatre, and .

  • Brown breaks century mark in Eagles’ rout

    Playing behind Philadelphia’s LeSean McCoy hasn’t always given former Kansas State running back Bryce Brown many opportunities to see the field in meaningful portions of the game. Entering Sunday’s game against Chicago, Brown had just 188 yards on .

  • Jellison: Wildcats making strides Cut047joel.phatch

    During my drive back from Saturday’s win over Gonzaga, I had a lot of time to think about the game. Part of that was due to the near blizzard conditions that made the drive from Wichita to Salina take 2 1/2 .

  • Clerks say it’s mostly men slogging on late gift search Mhk 0265.phatch

    A serious and perhaps panicky stream of men are expected to come out and shop in the last few days before Christmas, according to several Manhattan merchants. Women? Not so much. This has to be considered a very unscientific study, .





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