• K-State tennis ends regular season this weekend

    The K-State women’s tennis team will conclude its seven-match road trip this weekend in the state of Texas, as the Wildcats face No. 31 Texas on Friday in Austin and No. 8 Baylor on Sunday in Waco. K-State will face Texas .

  • Rock Creek JV splits with Clay Center

    Rock Creek’s junior varsity softball team slit a doubleheader on Tuesday, losing to Clay Center 2-0 before winning the second game 16-5. Jayden Weers both hit and pitched well for Rock Creek, but it wasn’t enough as the .

  • K-State soccer adds Larkin to roster

    K-State women’s soccer head coach Mike Dibbini announced the addition of Miranda Larkin to the K-State roster on Wednesday. Larkin is the fourth member of the K-State women’s soccer roster, joining forwards Krista Haddock and Elizabeth Hernandez and .

  • MHS JV softball sweeps Rossville

    The Manhattan High junior varsity softball team won both games of a doubleheader against Rossville on Tuesday. MHS won the first game 5-1 before winning Game 2, 8-5.  The Indians came out quick scoring one run in their half of .

  • Rock Creek softball splits with Clay Center

    The Rock Creek softball team outlasted Clay Center in the first game of a doubleheader on Tuesday, winning 6-5 in the bottom of the seventh inning. The Mustangs lost Game 2, 7-0. With the score tied at five, Alexis Wilson was .

  • Mustangs sweep Chapman

    The Rock Creek baseball team turned on the offense on Tuesday, winning games 16-1 and 18-8 over Chapman. Rock Creek won the first game 16-1 in five innings, scoring eight runs alone in the third inning. Alex Feldkamp was 2 for 2 .

  • Wildcats earn NCEA academic accolades

    The National Collegiate Equestrian Association (NCEA) announced its 2014-15 Academic Teams, with K-State having 14 riders honored. Senior captain Madison Wayda, junior Nicholle Hatton and sophomores Henley Adkins and Christina Martinelli all earned First Team citations. Sophomores Gretchen Koenen and Alyssa .

  • Classmate: Booker spoke about beliefs Alfonzo.phatch

    A Kansas State University student says he remembers John T. Booker Jr. talking about his religious beliefs as early as their sophomore year at Topeka West High School. Booker, who was arrested by the FBI Friday morning after attempting to .

  • Deployment brings soldier closer to African family Img 0560.phatch

    It’s not very often a soldier gets to serve his country and visit his family at the same time. When Army Spc. Lassana Traore first heard his unit would be deploying to Senegal — where Traore was born and lived .

  • Committee debates 5th-grade band, orchestra

    A school budget committee could recommend cutting fifth-grade band and orchestra to save USD 383 money as it looks to reduce spending. The Budget Advisory Steering Committee met Tuesday afternoon for one in a series of weekly meetings to make recommendations .

  • Complaint recounts details of Fort Riley bomb plot

    Editor’s note: Here is the full text of the criminal complaint against John T. Booker. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF KANSAS (Topeka Docket)   UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff,   JOHN T. BOOKER, JR., .

  • Tips, tricks for keeping children on the move

    Send the children outdoors to play. “We find that the more time children spend outdoors the more active they are,” said David Dzewaltowski, professor of physical activity and public health in the Kansas State University College of Human Ecology. He .


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