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  • Letters | March 05, 2015

    Landlords: clean up quickly after Fake Patty’s Day

    To the Editor: The Board of Directors of the Landlords of Manhattan wants to remind all landlords that this Saturday, March 7, is Fake Patty’s Day. By noon Sunday, your property must be cleaned up and all trash removed. The city code de-partment will be

  • Obituaries | March 05, 2015


    Rolyn Dudley Teague, 86, formerly of Manhattan, died Tuesday, March 3, 2015, in Topeka. Rolyn was born Sept. 23, 1928, in Delaware Township, Iowa. He was the son of Lemuel and Avis Teague. He graduated from Schaller High School in 1946. Rolyn honorably served in the U.S. Army for 23 years,

  • Manhattan High School | March 05, 2015

    MHS girls to host Wichita Southeast

    Last year, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team started its journey to the Class 6A state tournament by beating Wichita Southeast 68-11 in its sub-state opener. With a rematch on the books for tonight, again the opener for both teams at sub-state, the Indians are

  • Movies | March 05, 2015

    ‘The Theory of Everything’s’ story obscure


    In one late scene, “The Theory of Everything” tells us that theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking subscribed to Penthouse magazine. That publication was famous, early in its history, for featuring soft-focus photos of unclothed women. The story was that publisher Bob Guccione liked to smear a

  • Local |Kansas State University | March 05, 2015

    Researchers monitor for next novel influenza strain

    As seasonal influenza cases decrease across the United States, Kansas State University researchers are preparing for the next potential virulent strain of flu. The work is starting with swine in the field. Juergen Richt, Regents distinguished professor of veterinary medicine and director of the U.

  • Arts & Leisure | March 05, 2015

    Aggieville cleanup and more charitable events

    Aside from Fake Patty’s Day, K-State students have several philanthropic events coming this week.  K-State’s Kappa Delta sorority is competing against KU’s Kappa Delta chapter in the Second Annual Girl Scout Cookie Competition from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday. Each box is $4.

  • Men's Basketball | March 05, 2015

    Could K-State make NCAA tournament?

    Going into last Monday’s game against Kansas, Kansas State playing in the postseason seemed out of the question. But then the Wildcats rattled off back-to-back wins against top-15 foes in Kansas and Iowa State, and K-State started to have its name circulate as a

  • Men's Basketball | March 05, 2015

    Nino Williams takes long road to success at K-State

    Nino Williams should not be smiling. Not while he recalls stories of growing up fatherless in an impoverished St. Louis neighborhood. Not while he explains how he was duped into leaving it for a “fake” Kansas City high school. Not while he discusses the tireless

  • Women's Basketball | March 05, 2015

    It’s Round 3 for Wildcats, Jayhawks


    Some say its very difficult to beat the same team twice in a season. Beating that team three times? The Kansas State women’s basketball team will try to do just that when the Wildcats open the Big 12 Championship against rival Kansas on Friday at

  • Women's Basketball | March 05, 2015

    Lewis, Woods earn Big 12 recognition

    Kansas State’s Breanna Lewis and Ashia Woods were recognized by the Big 12 on Wednesday, as Lewis was named to the All-Big 12 Second Team and Woods an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention recipient. Lewis also became the first player in program history to be named to the

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