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  • Women's Basketball | February 14, 2014

    One of K-State’s best teams reunites to celebrate school’s first Big 12 title

    Everything changed the day Laurie Koehn decided to become a Wildcat. The sharp-shooting guard from Hesston was the first big-get for Kansas State coach Deb Patterson. With Koehn in the fold, Patterson knew the chances of landing Clay Center’s Nicole Ohlde, and then a

  • Men's Basketball | February 14, 2014

    K-State still looking for road wins

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    Baylor might be the Big 12’s sleeping giant. Before the season started, Kansas and Oklahoma State were picked to finish tied for the conference title. Baylor was picked third. When Kansas State (17-7, 7-4) heads to Waco, Texas, on Saturday to play Baylor (15-9, 3-8) ,

  • Manhattan High School | February 14, 2014

    Brooks resigns as basketball coach

    The Tim Brooks era at Manhattan High is over. MHS athletic director Mike Marsh said Brooks chose to resign in a statement Friday morning. “At this time, Coach Brooks has chosen to resign his position as basketball coach at Manhattan High,” he said. “I want

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency |Traffic | February 13, 2014

    Bremen man killed in crash

    A Bremen man died after a two-vehicle collision two miles west of Marysville on Wednesday. According to a Kansas Highway Patrol crash report, around 6:40 p.m. Craig A. Moehlenbrink, 48, was struck by Sherilyn K. Pacha, 48, of Herkimer, after she failed to yield the right of

  • Local |Kansas State University | February 13, 2014

    K-State professor involved in lead intoxication research

    The Nile is a river in Egypt. Sometimes that river is polluted with industrial waste, such as lead, which can cause detrimental effects on local sheep and goats via the water supply. Kansas State University’s Ronette Gehring is an associate professor of clinical pharmacology

  • Local |Kansas State University | February 13, 2014

    K-Stater finalist in competition

    Sara Gasser, a senior majoring in interior design at Kansas State University, was one of five finalists in NEXT, a design competition for students throughout the United States and Canada. Gasser, Shawnee, presented her project to design professionals during an all-expense-paid trip to Grand Rapids,

  • Obituaries | February 13, 2014

    RONALD DAVIES

    Ronald L. Davies, 79, of Manhattan, formerly of the Wamego and St. George area, died Tuesday at the Good Shepherd Hospice House of Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. Ron was born Jan. 1, 1935, in Minot, N.D., and attended the Minot schools. He

  • Obituaries | February 13, 2014

    PHYLLIS BOYLE

    Phyllis Boyle, 96, of Manhattan, died Tuesday at her home. The family provided some of the following information. Phyllis was born on Aug. 31, 1917, in Manhattan to the late Joseph G., Sr. and Rose J. (Cunningham) Boyle. She was a graduate of the Sacred Heart Academy, Kansas

  • Editorials | February 13, 2014

    Keep local elections in the spring

    If locally elected officials were to march on the Statehouse and demand that the spring municipal elections continue to be held in the spring, perhaps legislators would drop a proposal to align local elections with state and national elections. Then again, state lawmakers might tune

  • Letters | February 13, 2014

    Auction at Seniors’ Center will help pay for renovations

    To the Editor: The Riley County Seniors’ Service Center is kicking off its capital fundraising campaign at 11 a.m. this Saturday with an auction at the center, 301 N. Fourth St. Local auctioneer Vern Gannon has donated his services, and center members and the community have


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