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  • Letters | March 06, 2014

    May Fake Patty’s Day be peaceful and positive

    To the Editor: This Saturday, Fake St. Patty’s Day will once again occur in Manhattan. With the combined efforts from all of Manhattan, it will come and go without any negative occurrences. The Board of Directors of the Landlords of Manhattan reminds all landlords

  • Letters | March 06, 2014

    We all see things differently; let’s not be quick to judge

    To the Editor: Like anything else, the definition of responsibility is in the mind of the person who uses that word. In other words, it means different things to different people. As a mental patient, to me it means I want to keep from doing

  • Arts, Leisure | March 06, 2014

    ‘Jayhawkers’ film, plus wine fest

    Plan.your.week1

    Yes, this film is worthwhile — even for K-State loyalists. “Jayhawkers,” written and directed by Kevin Willmott, tells the powerful fable of how a small group of unlikely allies modernized college sports and changed a small midwestern town — serving as a parallel to the Civil Rights

  • Women's Basketball | March 06, 2014

    Wesemann’s motor paying off for Cats

    If Leti Romero is the face of the Kansas State women’s basketball team, even as a freshman, then Kindred Wesemann has to be the heartbeat. The pint-sized guard packs more punch, excitement and energy than most 10 year olds hopped up on sugar — on and

  • Equestrian | March 06, 2014

    K-State equestrian to host TCU on Saturday

    The sixth-ranked Kansas State equestrian team will look to finish the regular season undefeated at home on Saturday when the Wildcats host No. 9 TCU at Timbercreek Stables. Free and open to the public, the Wildcats will honor 21 seniors. The meet is set to begin at 9

  • Manhattan High School | March 05, 2014

    MHS girls rout W. Southeast

    The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team advanced through to the sub-state finals with a 68-11 drubbing of Wichita Southeast at home Wednesday night. The Indians led 20-0 after the first quarter and didn’t allow a Southeast basket until the 2:56 mark of the second quarter.

  • Local |Kansas State University | March 05, 2014

    Church brings Ash Wednesday rite to campus

    Ashes.phatch

    Ash Wednesday was even more accessible for busy students Wednesday morning at K-State’s Bosco Plaza. Rev. Patrick Funston, rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, along with campus ministry intern Taylor Mather, was on campus providing ashes for anyone who wanted them as a

  • Local |Government, Politics | March 05, 2014

    NBAF start waiting on Congress

    Once the good vibes of President Barack Obama’s proposed final $300 million for construction of the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) have come and gone, there’s still the matter of getting the funding through Congress. That’s a critical matter in terms of

  • Local |Traffic |Government, Politics | March 05, 2014

    City tackles K-18/113 interchange

    City commissioners appear ready to move forward with K-18/K-113 interchange improvements after discussions Tuesday. The commission didn’t take any action, but expressed support for turning the K-18 and K-113 intersection into a diverging diamond, which is designed to handle large volumes of left-turning

  • Local |Business | March 05, 2014

    Stormont-Vail suing county for man’s medical bill

    Stormont-Vail HealthCare Inc. in Topeka is suing Riley County for an unpaid medical bill for a person who was arrested two years ago. According to police records, the medical bill concerns care for Jason Fisher of Marysville, who was injured on Feb. 19, 2011 after he fled


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