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  • QB Mayfield leads reeling Sooners into Manhattan

    In two starts against the Kansas State football team, Oklahoma quarterback Trevor Knight played some of the best football of his college career. But when the Sooners make the trip to Manhattan for Saturday’s 2:30 p.m. kick against the .

  • Not much defending in Big 12 with so many great offenses

    Most people credit Paul “Bear” Bryant for coining the phrase: “Defense wins championships.” What usually gets overlooked is the rest of what the legendary coach said right before that: “Offense sells tickets.” If that’s the case, most Big 12 teams .

  • K-State men picked to finish 8th Wes.mercury

    Coming off a 15-17 season and with 10 new players on the roster, it wasn’t much of a surprise to Kansas State coach Bruce Weber that his team was picked to finish eighth in the Big 12 Conference. Preseason publications struggle .

  • Mittie says Cats are further along than last year Kindred.mercury

    Two weeks into his second season in Manhattan, Kansas State head women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie says this fall camp has a very different feel than it did a year ago. “It seems a lot different than a year .

  • K-State looks for first Big 12 road win at OU

    The Kansas State volleyball team heads back onto the road for the fourth time in conference play to take on Oklahoma tonight. Last Saturday, the Wildcats (10-7, 2-3) recorded their second Big 12 win this season as they swept West Virginia .

  • Regents approve K-State polytech

    Kansas State University Salina is changing its name to Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus. The Kansas Board of Regents approved the name change at its Wednesday meeting. The new name is effective immediately. The polytechnic campus — which will focus on .

  • Author challenges students to stand up for others

    Using his own book as an example, author Wes Moore Wednesday reminded K-State students not to judge a book by its cover — or its title. Moore’s book, “The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates,” follows two men from .

  • Extension to assist in Medicare enrollment

    Riley County Extension staffers will be offering assistance to Medicare beneficiaries during this year’s open enrollment season. The period begins Thursday and runs through Dec. 7, providing program enrollees a once-a-year opportunity to switch prescription drug plans. Extension director Jennifer .

  • Keep your eye on Mrs. Clinton

    The candidates for president on the Democrat side all took the stage earlier this week in their first debate. “Candidates” is really not the right word, because, frankly, this whole thing comes down to Hillary Clinton. Yes, Bernie Sanders has .

  • No reason for secrecy in Fort Riley case

    There’s something that seems very odd about the matter of Fort Riley’s new hospital. Basically, the question is: Why’s it taking so long? The Mercury attempted to answer that question in an in-depth story this past Sunday. .

  • Trial date set for former Manhattan city attorney

    A trial date has been set for Bill Raymond, the former city attorney for Manhattan who is facing federal charges of distributing child pornography. The jury trial is set for 9 a.m. on Dec. 15 in Wichita. A status conference, also .

  • KSU faculty appear in physiology journal

    A chloride channel may sound like the latest addition to the cable television lineup, but two Kansas State University researchers are helping to show — including in 3-D — why knowing more about this family of transport proteins may unlock mysteries behind .


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