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  • Football | April 23, 2014

    Snyder: Spring game is for the fans

    While some schools have opted to ditch their annual spring game, it should come as no surprise that Kansas State’s Bill Snyder like things just the way they are. “It’s for our fan base,” he said Tuesday. “I prefer to have another practice,

  • Tennis | April 23, 2014

    K-State tennis set for Big 12 tourney

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    After wrapping up their regular season with a 6-1 match victory over rival Kansas this past weekend in Manhattan, senior Petra Niedermayerova and her Kansas State teammates are set to open the Big 12 Tennis Championships on Thursday against West Virginia in Fort Worth, Texas. “Getting

  • Women's Basketball | April 23, 2014

    Currie addresses transfer policy

    Kansas State athletic director John Currie broke his silence on Tuesday and addressed the university’s transfer policy in a series of tweets aimed at defending K-State’s decision not to grant a release to All-Big 12 point guard Leti Romero. Currie spoke in general terms

  • Manhattan High School | April 23, 2014

    MHS baseball sweeps rival Junction City

    It was a relatively short trip, but the 30-minute drive to Junction City was still enough to change the routine of the Manhattan High baseball team on Tuesday. After a slow start in Game 1, the Indians finally got the offense going, turning a one-run deficit

  • Manhattan High School | April 23, 2014

    MHS soccer beats Topeka High, 1-0

    After a largely lackluster performance, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team escaped with a win against Topeka High on the road Tuesday evening. The Indians got a goal with 13 minutes to play in the first half and held on in the end for a 1-0

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 23, 2014

    Student entrepreneurs earn prize money

    A Kansas State University competition has rewarded 38 students and creators of 16 business ideas with more than $20,000 in prize money. The K-State Launch competition gives students experience in the process of making a business proposal. In total, 365 students registered for the competition this year, making it

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 23, 2014

    Legal training classes meet needs in multiple industries

    Through a partnership with the Center for Legal Studies, Kansas State University is making it easy and affordable for students and professionals who are seeking classes in legal training to receive their education online. Classes begin May 5, and in as little as seven weeks a

  • Local | April 23, 2014

    People who ‘made a difference’ honored

    The Greater Manhattan Community Foundation honored several people who “made a difference” during the Community Foundation Awards on April 13. The awards went to people who gave their personal time, professional talent or financial resources for the betterment of the community. The following awards were given

  • April 23, 2014

    GARRY DEE KRAUSHAAR

    Garry Dee Kraushaar, Sr., 74, of Havensville, formerly of Westmoreland, died Monday at the Eastridge Nursing Facility in Centralia. Garry was born July 6, 1939, on a farm near Flush, the third of four sons to Julius Nilwon and Marjorie Estelle (Carley) Kraushaar. He served in the United

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | April 22, 2014

    Schoen denies Wilson’s claim that RCPD changed tack

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    Riley County Police Director Brad Schoen isn’t buying Rusty Wilson’s story that something has changed concerning how much attention police place on enforcing alcohol laws at Wilson’s bars. At the last month’s Riley County Law Board meeting (March 22), Wilson — owner of


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