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  • In ‘Let’s Play,’ exes add twists for main characters

    Sometimes James Patterson gets way ahead of himself. He originally had planned to publish a bookshot, ‘The Murder of Stephen King,’ that was to be released Nov. 1, 2016. This bookshot or chapbook has since been scratched due to King receiving death .

  • MLK Day events, Air Supply, free skating and more

    SUNDAY Happy Zoo Year, noon-4:30 p.m. Watch animals unwrap enrichment gifts and visit animal exhibits. Sunset Zoo. MONDAY FHDC Adventure Camp: Civil Rights in Kansas, 7:30a.m.- 5:30 p.m. Students will retrace MLK’s steps during his January 1968 .

  • K-State women’s basketball dismantles Oklahoma State

    The Kansas State women’s baskebtall team secured its first win in Gallagher-Iba Arena since the 2011-12 season, picking apart Oklahoma State, 63-43, on Saturday. The win ended a four-game skid in Stillwater for the Wildcats and marked the third .

  • Wildcats lose to No. 1 Baylor, 77-68 Baylorksu

    Kansas State took the lead with 10 minutes left, called a timeout and a raucous crowd felt the momentum on the Wildcats’ side on Saturday against No. 1 Baylor. But the Bears used a quick scoring spurt to claim the lead and .

  • Ice storm could cut power to area

    An ice storm warning is in effect in the area, and weather experts are advising eastern Kansas residents to prepare for power outages and avoid driving starting tonight. Mary Knapp, climatologist at K-State, said a light freezing rain is expected .

  • Mail delivery in a personal vehicle?

    Q: Why are there post office delivery cars that aren’t the white box vehicles? A: Last week as I was leaving work I saw a vehicle like the one you’re describing: a Jeep with signs indicating it was .

  • Man gets 18 months in prison for 2015 shooting at Fort Riley

    The Wichita Eagle A 19-year-old man was ordered Thursday to spend 18 months in federal prison for killing a teen at Fort Riley. Juwuan D. Jackson pleaded guilty to one count of involuntary manslaughter in the Sept. 11, 2015, death of Kenyon Givens .

  • Feds release scathing report on Chicago police abuse

    CHICAGO — Chicago police have violated the constitutional rights of residents for years, permitting racial bias against blacks, using excessive force and shooting people who did not pose immediate threats, the Justice Department announced Friday after a yearlong investigation. Officers endangered .

  • Mental health jobs go unfilled

    Riley County police and Pawnee Mental Health officials are struggling to fill two mental health professional positions. Commissioner Karen Mc-Culloh reported the problem Thursday afternoon during the city commission’s goal setting session at the K-State College of Business. The .


    AGAPE FAMILY Agape is at 1125 Westport Dr. (lower level). Prayer at 9:30 a.m. and contemporary music and worship at 10:30 a.m. Sundays. Children’s services provided. Service and youth at 7 p.m. Pastor Sterling Hudgins continues his series, “Dialed into .

  • Recreation plan holds promise

    Manhattan residents moved a step closer on Tuesday to deciding whether to pay a modest sales tax for an impressive array of recreational upgrades across the city. Much remains to be determined, but the Manhattan City Commission’s decision to .

  • Free market essential for fuel

    Following the election of Donald Trump, farmers and the agricultural community in Kansas are wondering what the future holds. The president-elect has vowed to rein in the Environmental Protection Agency’s regulatory overreach and work to repeal laws like the .


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