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    Gladys Genieva Beauchamp, 91, of Sun City, Arizona, died Friday, Sept. 18, 2015, at her home. The family provided some of the following information. Gladys was born Sept. 27, 1923, in Green, the daughter of Herman and Bessie (Hazen) Bertsch. On Sept. 7, 1941, she was married .

  • K-State women’s soccer to host winter camps

    The Kansas State women’s soccer program and head coach Mike Dibbini will host two Winter College ID Day camps on Jan. 24 and Feb. 21. Both camps will take place in the K-State Indoor Football Complex and will run from 9 a..

  • Stanton Weber semifinalist for Campbell Trophy

    K-State senior wide receiver Stanton Weber was named a semifinalist for the prestigious William V. Campbell Trophy presented by Fidelity Investments, The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) announced Thursday. Weber’s inclusion on the 56-man list .

  • Cats to compete in Golfweek Conference Challenge

    The K-State men’s golf team will continue its fall slate this weekend with the 2015 Golfweek Conference Challenge, running Friday through Sunday, at the par-72, 7,360-yard Spirit Hollow Golf Course in Burlington, Iowa. The event is comprised of 18 holes each .

  • K-State tennis team begins fall play at OU Invite

    The 2015-16 fall campaign for K-State women’s tennis team began today at the OU Invite in Norman, Okla. Several Big 12 teams will be competing in the tournament — which goes through Sunday — including TCU, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and .

  • K-State offers art, drama, music in October

    Music, exhibitions, documentaries and more highlight October at Kansas State University. Events listed below, presented by the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, the School Music, Theatre, and Dance, and the McCain Performance Series, are free and open to the .

  • State leaders: Tax lid repeal unlikely

    A repeal of the property tax lid is unlikely before the end of the current election cycle, state legislators told Riley County commissioners Thursday. During a legislative breakfast session Thursday morning, representatives presented their plans for the upcoming 2016 legislative session. .

  • KSU’s Pinkall managing papal mass TV broadcast

    A K-State professor’s behind-the-scenes work will show up in homes across the country on Sunday afternoon. Bryan Pinkall, a KSU music professor, will manage the digital broadcast feed as Pope Francis delivers mass at 3 p.m. CDT in Philadelphia, .

  • Shutdown won’t solve anything

    Tim Huelskamp, who represents Manhattan and the rest of Kansas’ 1st Congressional District in Congress, has it backward. He opened a letter Sept. 21 he wrote to President Barack Obama with the declaration: “You recently made the unprecedented threat to shut .

  • Grisly, ominous ‘Black Mass’ makes little sense G.w.clift1

    Movie-goers interested in seeing the new “Goodfellas” are going to be disappointed by “Black Mass,” the gangster movie currently showing in theaters. What they’ll get is another tone-heavy picture like director Scott Cooper’s “Out of the Furnace.” “Black .

  • Celebration planned for city auditorium

    A local World War II living memorial is having a 60th anniversary celebration. The Diamond Jubilee Celebration for Peace Memorial Auditorium will start at 4 p.m. Saturday in the auditorium, 1101 Poyntz Ave. Peace Memorial Auditorium was dedicated on Sept. 26, 1955. The .

  • Indians look to rebound against struggling Scots

    If history is any indicator, the Manhattan High football team will have little trouble defeating the Highland Park Scots in Topeka on Friday night. The Tribe is 13-0 all time against Highland Park and has outscored the Scots 561-93 in .


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