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  • Local |Kansas State University | April 24, 2014

    Technology CEO Munson to share her story

    Kansas State University alum Michelle Munson is returning to her alma mater and native state to trace the journey that began on her family’s farm near Junction City and led her to become a computer industry entrepreneur. Munson will present “A Decade of Aspera:

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 24, 2014

    Chair created for director of Leadership Studies

    Mary Lynn and Warren Staley, Avon, Colo., have made a gift of more than $2.5 million to establish an endowed chair for the director of the School of Leadership Studies at Kansas State University. Warren Staley earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Kansas

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 24, 2014

    Service animals can get eye exams

    The Veterinary Health Center at Kansas State University will participate in the American College of Veterinary Opthalmologists/StokesRx National Service Dog Eye Exam Event to screen service animals that dedicate their lives to serving the public. To qualify, animals must be currently working and certified

  • Arts, Leisure | April 24, 2014

    A tribute to the Bard and other area events

    Joseph.phatch

    William Shakespeare died 398 years ago Wednesday. But his stories live forever.  On Sunday, the McCain Performance Series presents Shakespeare’s most tragic tale, told with the beauty and splendor of the Russian ballet tradition.    The Moscow Festival Ballet returns to the McCain Auditorium stage to

  • Men's Basketball | April 24, 2014

    Cats likely to play Texas A&M in KC

    After a one-year absence from playing non-conference games at Sprint Center, Kansas State is close to making its return. Texas A&M coach Billy Kennedy told KZNE radio station on Tuesday that the Aggies have agreed to play K-State for the first time since

  • Golf | April 24, 2014

    KSU ready for league tournament

    The Kansas State men’s golf team will travel south to compete in the Big 12 Championship that runs Friday through Sunday at the par-72, 5,021-yard Whispering Pines Country Club in Trinity, Texas. K-State, which is seeded ninth, will be paired with No. 8 seed Kansas and

  • Football | April 24, 2014

    Collin Klein signs 2-year deal with Montreal Alouettes

    Former Kansas State quarterback and Heisman finalist Collin Klein has secured his first opportunity to play professional football, signing a two-year deal with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League. After his career at K-State ended, Klein was invited to the Houston Texan’s

  • Rowing | April 24, 2014

    K-State rowers earn Big 12 Boat of the Week

    Kansas State’s 1st Varsity 8 was named Big 12 Boat of the Week for its impressive showing at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association (SIRA) Championship Regatta. The 1V8 crew of coxswain Hillary Schartz and rowers Meggie Murray, Noelle Dykmann, Lisa Angell, Brittany Long, Allison Dorau, Ashley

  • Track & Field | April 24, 2014

    Wildcats head to Des Moines for Drake Relays

    The Kansas State Track and Field heads to Des Moines, Iowa, this week for the 105th annual Drake Relays. After starting Wednesday, the five-day meet runs until April 27 and play host to some of the best athletes, both collegiately and professionally, in track and field

  • Area Schools | April 24, 2014

    Silver Lake sweeps Falcons

    The Riley County Falcons fell to the Silver Lake Eagles Tuesday night 10-0 and 14-1. Jordan Ummel pitched the first game and Kerrigan Simons was behind the plate for both games. The Falcons did not tally a hit in the first game.  Makayla Tegtmeier


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