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  • Endorsement letters: Carlin will help return focus to citizens’ needs

    To the Editor: Sydney Carlin has worked hard to protect the interests of her constituents in the 66th District. She shares our concerns about budget cuts in education, health care, children’s programs, transportation and other services. Sydney knows that .

  • ‘Max Steel’ a fairly satisfying action picture

    There’s a new liveaction superhero movie in theaters. It may seem familiar to viewers. “Max Steel” has already been a television show a couple of times. The little flying alien will remind older viewers of the mechanical bird in “.

  • Foreman paces Texas’ Big 12-leading rushing attack

    No one in the Big 12 is running the ball like Texas’ D’Onta Foreman. The junior running back is putting up numbers not replicated since former Texas running back Cedric Benson and former Oklahoma running back Adrian Peterson in 2004. Foreman .

  • Cats offense still a work in progress

    From game to game, you never quite know what you’re going to get out of Kansas State’s offense. Head coach Bill Snyder called the Wildcats’ season so far a “mixed bag.” There have been some ups, such as .

  • K-State announces limestone field wall project at BSFS

    Kansas State athletic director John Currie announced Thursday the department is moving forward with the long-awaited limestone field wall project at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The limestone field wall is the signature component of $3 million in expected offseason enhancements for .

  • Pop the question: Wesemann gets surprise proposal

    Kansas State women’s basketball player Kindred Wesemann got a surprise on Wednesday when her boyfriend popped the question during a team video shoot. The Wildcats were in the middle of finishing a video shoot with a visualization drill, standing .

  • K-State soccer drops inaugural season finale

    NORMAL, Illinois — Kansas State soccer put a cap on its inaugural season of action on Thursday night at Illinois State’s Adelaide Street Field. The Redbirds continued their winning ways by downing the Wildcats, 2-0. “That was a great team .

  • MHS boys soccer ends regular season with 4-1 win over Junction City

    Manhattan bent, but didn’t break on Thursday night. The Indians beat Junction City, 4-1, on Senior Night in an intense, physical game. Their winning streak extends to six games “It was like their Super Bowl,” head coach Frank Alonso .

  • Business, health leaders push to expand KanCare

    The local business and health communities are pushing to expand KanCare, which is Kansas’ Medicaid program. The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a press conference Thursday that included representatives from the chamber, the city, Via Christi Hospital and its .

  • Fort sending 3,500 to Korea

    About 3,500 soldiers from Fort Riley will deploy to South Korea this fall, according to Army officials. The Department of the Army announced Wednesday a nine-month rotational deployment of 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, which will replace the 1.

  • Board seeking public input on funding formula

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will hear what the public wants in a new education funding formula. The school board will host a “Put Students First” community meeting at 7 p.m. Nov. 10 at Eisenhower Middle School. The purpose of the meeting .

  • K-State seeks to sell 3 tracts

    K-State plans to sell three parcels of land but first needs legislative approval. The requests to sell land were read to the Kansas Board of Regents during its October meeting on Wednesday as part of the universities’ non-budgetary legislative requests. .


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