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    Lot Forman Taylor II, 76, of Woodward, Oklahoma, died Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015, at the Grace Living Center. The family provided some of the following information. Lot was born on June 30, 1939, to Lot Forman Taylor and Ruth Irene (Smith) Taylor in El Dorado. .


    Kaysen Daniel Forsyth died Monday, Sept. 1, 2015, at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, a few weeks shy of his first birthday. The family declined to provide a cause of death. Kaysen was born Sept. 25, 2014, in Wichita. He leaves .

  • Purple Power Play, Charlie Daniels Band and more

    Football season is officially here and with it comes the annual Purple Power Play in the Park. Performances start at 6 p.m. on Thursday and feature Project RISE, Bates Dance Studio, Diles Mavis Group and the K-State Marching Band. The .

  • Heath works to fill big shoes for Cats Heath.mercury

    When fans look at Dominique Heath, they see the makings of a player that could step in for Tyler Lockett. His teammates see him as a duplicate of another former Wildcat. But no matter what other people see, Heath wants .

  • Cats to host Varney’s Invitational Ksuvb17.mercury

    After going 2-1 in the Hurricane Invitational to start the season, the Kansas State volleyball opens its 2015 home campaign Friday with the Varney’s Invitational at Bramlage Coliseum. For the second straight year, the Wildcats (2-1) will host the invitational .

  • Group helps fill riding void

    A new club equestrian team at K-State means opportunities for students looking to ride competitively even as the university drops its varsity-level program at the end of this season. At a barbecue and open house hosted by the new western .

  • City approves roundabout project for West Anderson

    Construction of a West Anderson Avenue roundabout is anticipated to begin in 2016. The Manhattan City Commission approved amending the city’s contract with BG Consultants Inc. of Manhattan, in the amount of $179,380.50 for the West Anderson Avenue Transportation Expansion project. .

  • KSU researcher IDs wheat gene that controls flowering

    A Kansas State University wheat geneticist is part of a breakthrough study that identifies one of the wheat genes that controls response to low temperature exposure, a process called vernalization. Natural variation in vernalization genes defines when the plant begins .

  • Judge sets hearing dates for 5 arrested in August drug bust

    Preliminary hearings have been set for several people charged with drug-related crimes after Riley County Police Department officers executed a series of search warrants on Aug. 13. In Riley County District Court on Tuesday, Judge William Malcolm scheduled Sara Marie Boatman’.

  • Ertz ready to ‘make plays’ for Wildcats Ertz.mercury

    The four-man quarterback race may not have been much of a race at all. Jesse Ertz will get the first opportunity Saturday when Kansas State hosts South Dakota in the Wildcats’ season opener at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. But the .

  • Cameron: MLB still working out replay kinks Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kendrys Morales’ final at-bat for the Royals Sunday afternoon was his 3,345th plate appearance in the major leagues. It was also one of the most confusing, and it proved that Major League Baseball still hasn’t worked .

  • Students required to sign sportsmanship pledge

    Kansas State wants to have the best fan experience in the Big 12. This week, the university took another step it hopes goes a long way in becoming just that with a sportsmanship pledge it’s requiring students to sign when .


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