Tuesday, December 1, 2015


  • Letters | November 19, 2015

    Community benefited from military memorabilia display

    To the Editor: During the recent military Veterans Appreciation Week (Nov. 9-13), veterans were able for the ninth time to display our group’s large amount of military memorabilia. This once again took place at the Riley County Service Center. Our display crew would like

  • Volleyball |Women's Basketball | November 19, 2015

    K-State sweeps ISU for 6th straight win


    Another match and another win for the Kansas State volleyball team on Wednesday night, as the Wildcats mowed down Iowa State in three games to earn their sixth straight win. The Wildcats defeated the Cyclones (25-23, 25-20 25-18) at Ahearn Field House to earn their 12

  • Men's Basketball | November 19, 2015

    Cats look to continue momentum vs. ‘Yotes

    Now two games into the season, it’s been so far so good for the Kansas State men’s basketball team. The Wildcats have gone from coach Bruce Weber having no expectations prior to the first exhibition game, to winning a close game against a

  • Women's Basketball | November 19, 2015

    Goth quickly becoming weapon off bench

    Kayla Goth was the last player to begin practicing this fall and in the first group off the bench in Kansas State’s home opener Monday night. It was only eight months ago that Goth had surgery to repair a torn ACL in her left

  • Golf | November 19, 2015

    K-State women’s golf announces signing

    Kansas State women’s golf head coach Kristi Knight announced this week that Clovis, Calif., native Hayden Mammen has signed a National Letter of Intent (NLI) and will join the Wildcats for the 2016-17 season. “We are excited to add Hayden to our Wildcat Golf

  • Local |Government, Politics | November 18, 2015

    In Manhattan, governor defends ban on helping Syrian refugees


    Gov. Sam Brownback, speaking in Manhattan Wednesday, said he would not help with the flow of Syrian refugees into the state. In his opening remarks at the Governor’s Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas at the Hilton Garden Inn, Brownback said the

  • Local |Government, Politics | November 18, 2015

    City approves rezoning near park

    The Manhattan City Commission in a four-hour meeting Tuesday unanimously approved the first reading of a measure rezoning an area east of City Park. The area, which is around 29.3 acres with 142 parcels, will change from a four-family residential district to a single-family residential district. The

  • Local |Government, Politics | November 18, 2015

    City approves projects for joint fund

    The Manhattan City Commission on Tuesday unanimously recommended four projects totaling $320,500 for the 2017 City-University Fund. The fund, which gets revenue from sales tax and franchise fees generated on campus, is used for the purpose of funding projects of mutual benefit to the community and K-State.

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | November 18, 2015

    Scientist: Items contain DNA from victim, stabbing suspect

    The trial of a Manhattan man accused of attempted first-degree murder continued Wednesday, with testimony from a forensic scientist. Samuel Dartez II, 30 at the time of the incident, is accused of stabbing Stephanie Holden in the head, neck and hands after a Nov. 13, 2014, fight near

  • Editorials | November 18, 2015

    Put children’s needs ahead of politics

    There’s nothing wrong with the Kansas Department of Children and Families’ review of foster care regulations as long as what’s best for children is central to the effort. For instance, reducing the amount of evidence required to move against persons accused of child

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