• Researchers uncover new genetic markers for wheat improvement

    Kansas State University wheat scientists have completed the first study of a chromosome in a tertiary gene pool and have called it a breakthrough in exploring wheat wild relatives for future crop improvement. Their study, “Exploring the tertiary gene pool .

  • K-State Theatre opens season with ‘Eurydice’

    K-State Theatre opens season with love story ‘Eurydice’ based on Greek mythology Kansas State University’s K-State Theatre will open the 2015-2016 season with Sarah Ruhl’s “Eurydice,” based on the ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice. “Eurydice” will .


    Paul Kruger Bryant III, 61, of Manhattan, died Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015, at Stormont-Vail Healthcare in Topeka. Paul was a biologist for the USDA. The family provided some of the following information. Paul was born in Los Angeles, California, on October 7, 1953. He was .

  • Lecturer offered critical look at liberals and conservatives

    To the Editor: Thomas Frank, founding editor of The Baffler and author of “What’s the Matter with Kansas: How Conservatives Won the Heart of America,” gave a remarkable presentation Tuesday as part of the Lou Douglas Lecture Series. His .

  • Promenade on Poyntz, Star Wars Day and more

    It’s a Wildcat weekend and the kickoff to the 100th anniversary of homecoming at K-State this weekend. The K-State equestrian team will face Oklahoma State at 10 a.m. Friday. On Saturday, the K-State volleyball team takes on West Virginia .

  • Cyclones sweep K-State

    AMES, Iowa — Kansas State was held to a sub-.100 attack percentage for the first time this season — due in part to 77 Iowa State digs — as the Wildcats were defeated in straight sets (25-22, 25-20, 25-20) by the Cyclones Wednesday night .

  • Cats finish 10th at invite

    SAMMAMISH, Wash. — The Kansas State women’s golf team fell four spots to finish 10th following the final round of the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational on Wednesday at the par-72, 6,039-yard Sahalee Country Club. The Wildcats carded a 58-over-par 922, which included .

  • Ex-city attorney Bill Raymond facing child porn charges

    Bill Raymond, the former city attorney for Manhattan, has been indicted on federal charges of distributing child pornography. A federal grand jury charged Raymond, 53, Andover, with three counts of distributing child pornography and one count of possessing child pornography. The .

  • Officials ID body as wife of soldier

    Officials have identified the body found Sept. 22 on Fort Riley as a soldier’s wife who was first reported missing Aug. 21. Chris Grey, chief of public affairs for the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command (CID), wrote in an email that .

  • Regents study opening universities to guns

    As the nation mourns those killed in last week’s mass shooting at an Oregon community college, Kansas universities are preparing to implement a law that will allow most people to carry concealed firearms without a permit on campus. Kansas .

  • K-State students seeking rental inspection program

    Renewed talk of a rental inspection program came Tuesday from K-State students during the Manhattan City Commission meeting. The commission repealed the city’s previous program, which called for mandatory inspections and fees for landlords, in 2011 after just one year. .

  • CVB hoping survey reveals why visitors come to city

    The Manhattan Convention and Visitors Bureau is conducting a survey to better understand the needs of visitors. CVB director Karen Hibbard spoke Tuesday to the Manhattan City Commission about the visitor intercept survey, which involves collecting information on why people .


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