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  • Football | April 11, 2014

    Wildcats’ Coleman a finalist for Arthur Ashe Award

    Jonathan Coleman, a two-year letterwinner for the K-State football team, was named one of 16 male finalists for the 2014 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award on Thursday in a joint announcement by Diverse: Issues In Higher Education and the NCAA. Coleman was selected as a finalist

  • Area Schools | April 11, 2014

    Riley County softball splits with Rossville

    The Riley County Softball team split with Rossville on Tuesday in Riley. The Falcons won the first game 9-5. Jordan Ummel earned the win, while Allie Martin had three hits, a triple and a double. Bri Engle had two hits and a double, and Kerrigan

  • Area Schools | April 11, 2014

    Rock Creek sweeps Abilene

    The Rock Creek softball team took two from Abilene on Tuesday, winning 6-1 and 14-4 over the Cowgirls. The Mustangs got off to a slow start, but got their offense together late in Game 1. Alexis Wilson and Blair Campbell each went 2 for 3 and Winter Henry

  • Track & Field | April 11, 2014

    KSU track and field travels to Arizona action

    The K-State track and field team heads to Tucson, Ariz., this weekend for the Jim Click Shootout at Roy P. Drachman Stadium. The meet began Thursday with the combined events, but the Wildcats will not compete until Saturday. The main team scored meet will be

  • Movies | April 11, 2014

    ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ another great Wes Anderson film

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    Film director Wes Anderson is a funny kind of national treasure. He makes movies even middle-aged people will like. They are quirky movies, movies rich in color and images, movies with plots that take wild detours, movies with lots of recognizable stars. Movies with complete

  • Editorials | April 11, 2014

    Sebelius steps down

    After the public relations fiasco — and the disservice to American health care consumers — that defined the Obamacare rollout, it was a matter of time before former Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius resigned as secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. Exactly what went wrong

  • Editorials | April 11, 2014

    DeBacker will be missed

    The resignation of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius understandably garners most of the attention, but the state is losing the services of another capable woman. We’re referring to Diane DeBacker, a career teacher and education administrator who on Wednesday announced her resignation

  • Columns | April 11, 2014

    Reality tests ‘Ministry of Truth’

    Aides to Gov. Sam Brownback have been working overtime this past month to counteract a flurry of reports contrary to the governor’s point of view on the Kansas economy and state finance. The aides’ work brings to mind the Ministry of Truth in George

  • Local |Kansas State University | April 11, 2014

    Students earn honors from broadcasters group

    Twenty Kansas State University students are winners in the 2014 Kansas Association of Broadcasters student broadcast awards competition for radio and television programming events. The students were recognized for their work with campus radio station KSDB-FM, known as the Wildcat 91.9, and with the Wildcat Watch Student

  • Local |Business |Kansas State University | April 11, 2014

    Scholarship lets business students pursue dreams

    Through a new scholarship program, deserving Kansas State University business students are getting the chance to pursue their educational dreams. The College of Business Administration’s American Dream scholarship program helps students prosper through hard work. The program, which launched April 1, involves young College of


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