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  • THERESE A. GRIMM

    Therese A. Grimm, 70, of Wamego, died Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at the Newman Regional Health Center in Emporia. The family provided some of the following information. Therese Grimm was born Oct. 5, 1944 in West Point, Nebraska to Joseph and Agnes (Brehmer) Nacke. She .

  • DELBERT L. LANE

    Delbert Lee Lane, 82, of McFarland and formerly of Topeka, died April 12, 2015, at the Alma Manor. He was born Feb. 5, 1933, in Emporia, the son of William and Lena Shields Lane.  Delbert was a bus driver for the Topeka Transit System. .

  • RANDALL L. REED

    Randall L. “Randy” Reed, 58, of Tescott, died Wednesday, April 15, 2015, at the Salina Regional Health Center. He was a former local area resident. Randall was born Oct. 29, 1956, in Appleton City, Missouri. In the late 1960’s his family moved to Randolph, where .

  • BERNARD R. HEAD

    Bernard R. Head, 102, of Manhattan, died Thursday, April 16, 2015, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House. Mr. Head was born Oct. 16, 1912, in Waverly, Kentucky. Services are pending with Irvin-parkview Funeral Home & Cremation in Manhattan..

  • K-State dismisses Harris from team

    Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber announced Friday that freshman forward Malek Harris has been dismissed from the men’s basketball program. “We have high standards for the players in our program,” Weber said in the release. “Unfortunately, Malek could .

  • Cats look to keep momentum vs. Tech Hill.phatch

    If the weather cooperates, the Kansas State baseball team will look to continue its momentum this weekend for its last home series of the month against No. 19 Texas Tech at Tointon Family Stadium. K-State administrators already made a change to .

  • Brown, Scott to serve as captains for spring game

    Kansas State officials announced Thursday that former Wildcat letterwinners Larry Brown and Clarence Scott will serve as honorary captains for the upcoming spring football game in Kansas City. Brown, a fullback from 1967-68, served mainly as a blocking back his .

  • Equestrian moves on at nationals

    WACO, Texas — The ninth-ranked Kansas State equestrian team rallied in the first round of the NCEA National Championship to defeat SMU, 10-5, on Thursday at the Extraco Events Center. The Wildcats secured the victory in both disciplines against the Mustangs .

  • K-State men’s golf heads to Iowa City

    The Kansas State men’s golf team will continue its spring slate this weekend in the Hawkeye Invitational at the par-72, 7,239-yard Finkbine Golf Course in Iowa City, Iowa. The tournament — Saturday and Sunday — will be the Wildcats’  final .

  • Armbrust expects small cut at fort

    Potential cuts to Fort Riley are more likely to be “nicks,” said John Armbrust, director of the Governor’s Military Council, after a meeting with top Army officials Wednesday. As part of the continuing effort to prevent troop cuts at .

  • Regents’ new president, CEO has ties to K-State, MATC

    The new leader of the Kansas Board of Regents is a man with connections to K-State and Manhattan Area Technical College. Kansas Board of Regents president and CEO Andy Tompkins announced Wednesday he plans to retire at the end of .

  • Board leery of cutting days

    Each day cut from USD 383’s school calendar could save the district $10,000, but some opposed the measure over the potential academic costs. The Manhattan-Ogden school board at a Wednesday work session discussed cutting class days to save money. The board .





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