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  • K-State to host Drake in NCAA tournament

    As the Kansas State women’s basketball team waited to learn its NCAA tournament destination, it felt a little like last year when the team was unsure of its postseason fate, even though the players knew a berth was almost .

  • Cats familiar with Manning in NCAA role

    DAYTON, Ohio — When Danny Manning led Kansas on a magic run to the 1988 NCAA Championship, Kansas State was on the wrong side of history. Manning led the sixth-seeded Jayhawks to a 71-58 win over the No. 4 seed Wildcats in the .

  • Iwundu’s dedication pays off

    DAYTON, Ohio — The way Kansas State coach Bruce Weber saw it, Wesley Iwundu was at a crossroads. After his sophomore year at K-State, the Wildcats’ young roster collapsing in on itself and, dismissals and transfers running rampant, Iwundu had to .

  • Cats familiar with Manning in NCAA lore

    DAYTON, Ohio — When Danny Manning led Kansas on a magic run to the 1988 NCAA Championship, Kansas State was on the wrong side of history. Manning led the sixth-seeded Jayhawks to a 71-58 win over the No. 4 seed Wildcats in the .

  • Iwundu’s dedication pays off

    DAYTON, Ohio — The way Kansas State coach Bruce Weber saw it, Wesley Iwundu was at a crossroads. After his sophomore year at K-State, the Wildcats young roster collapsing in on itself and dismissals and transfers running rampant, Iwundu had to .

  • K-State looks to slow Collins in post

    DAYTON, Ohio — Tuesday’s contest between Kansas State and Wake Forest might be decided in the post. Wildcat forward D.J. Johnson has a chore on his hands as he takes on the task of guarding Demon Deacon forward and .

  • MHS girls reach goal of title Mhswbbwins2

    Before the season, the Manhattan girls basketball team set a goal: win a state title. The Indians reached that goal on Saturday, bringing home the first girls basketball title in school history with a 44-42 win over Derby (20-5). It .

  • Park ranger enjoys doing something different every day Neighbors5

    The park life has always fit well with Matt Colvin, a Tuttle Creek Lake park ranger. “I’ve always liked the outdoors,” he said. Tuttle Creek Lake State Park employs two park rangers who have a litany of responsibilities, Colvin .

  • Wells calls religion-based comments inappropriate

    Riley County commissioner Ron Wells on Monday told commissioners Marvin Rodriguez and Ben Wilson he thought their comments about funding for reproductive health during Thursday’s meeting were inappropriate. Commissioners on Thursday had discussed reproductive care with a room full .

  • KSU educators say schools should take interdisciplinary approach

    Two K-State education experts say moving from subject- based curriculum to a more integrated approach has benefits for students. “’Subjects’ is an outdated and unnecessary way of thinking about learning,” said Kay Ann Taylor, associate professor of curriculum and instruction .

  • RCPD report: Burglaries up on Fake Patty’s

    The Riley County Police Department filed significantly fewer reports during Fake Patty’s Day this year than in 2016, but officers saw an unusually high number of burglaries. Josh Kyle, RCPD captain, said officers have filed 83 reports so far, down from 105 .

  • RUBY A. ROTHFELDER

    Ruby A. Rothfelder, 74, of Waterville, died Friday, March 10, 2017, at her home after a long illness. She is the daughter of Earl and Naomie (Freeman) Horn. Survivors include her husband, Jim; her seven children, Mike Schmitz of Waterville, Jeff Schmitz of .





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