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  • Arts & Leisure | September 17, 2014

    Larry the Cable Guy entertains McCain crowd

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    Maybe the most memorable moment of the Larry the Cable Guy show as it was performed last Sunday night in K-State’s McCain Auditorium was the most obviously unrehearsed moment of the performance. Warm-up man Reno Collier was on when we all heard a baby

  • Obituaries | September 17, 2014

    CHARLES THOMAS LEWIS

    Charles “Charlie” Thomas Lewis, 93, of Topeka, died Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014. The family provided the following information. Charlie was born to James Thomas and Anna Melissa (Barker) Lewis on April 26, 1921, in Cherryvale. He attended a number of different schools in his early years and Joplin Junior College

  • Obituaries | September 17, 2014

    DONNA MARIE REUTER

    Donna Marie Reuter, 80, of Alma, died Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, at Alma Manor. Donna was born Sept. 12, 1934, in rural Alma, the daughter of Harvey and Lillian Metzger Sommer.  Donna was a licensed abstractor and title agent and owned and operated the Wabaunsee County Abstract Company from 1960

  • Football | September 17, 2014

    Marshall leads Tigers’ dynamic offensive attack

    Nick Marshall can run with the football. Kansas State coach Bill Snyder says he can throw it too. But the way this season has gone for K-State in defending quarterbacks who run, Marshall’s ability to do just that should be a worry for the

  • Football | September 17, 2014

    Wildcats go as ground game goes

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    Kansas State has been as balanced as any football team in the country through the first two games this season, yet the Wildcats are all about the run. It’s an equal opportunity offense for K-State when it comes to running the ball this season —

  • Football | September 17, 2014

    Auburn preps for rare non-conference road game

    It should come as no surprise that few outside of the state of Kansas have the 20th-ranked Wildcats beating No. 5 Auburn on Thursday night. On paper, the visiting Tigers do appear superior. After all, it was just last season when Auburn played Florida State in

  • Volleyball | September 17, 2014

    Sassin, Zumach lead Wildcats past South Dakota State

    With 10 kills apiece from outside hitters Brooke Sassin and Kylee Zumach and a double-double by setter Katie Brand, the Kansas State volleyball team swept South Dakota State, 3-0 (25-18, 25-18, 25-17) on Tuesday in Ahearn Field House. The win pushes the Wildcats’ winning streak to

  • Local |Business | September 16, 2014

    Hotel set to open Wednesday ahead of K-State-Auburn game

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    As K-State prepares for its Thursday football game against Auburn, the Bluemont Hotel is getting ready for its noon opening the day before. The hotel, embracing its location next to Kansas State and Aggieville, has plenty of purple as well as local artwork. Getting the

  • Local |Business | September 16, 2014

    Board approves medical building

    The Manhattan Urban Area Planning Board on Monday approved the preliminary plans for the Mercy Regional Health Center medical office building. The building was a part of a rezoning proposal for the 21-acre Mercy campus. The structure would be built at the site of the

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | September 16, 2014

    RCPD to test cameras

    Riley County police will soon begin testing a new batch of officer-worn cameras. The cameras will be used in the second phase of the Riley County Police Department’s project to test whether it wants to fully implement body-worn cameras for its officers. On Monday,


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