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  • Men's Basketball | November 21, 2013

    Charlotte powers past K-State, 68-61

    Poor shooting plagued Kansas State again. Shooting 18 percent from 3 and 36 percent from the field, the Wildcats lost to Charlotte, 68-61, in the opening game of the Puerto Rico Tip Off Thursday morning, in San Juan, P.R. The Wildcats (2-2) will face the loser of

  • November 21, 2013

    Wildcats fall to Charlotte 58-61 in Puerto Rican tournament

    SAN JUAN, P.R. — Poor shooting plagued Kansas State again. Shooting 18 percent from 3-point range and 36 percent from the field, the Wildcats lost to Charlotte, 68-61, in the opening game of the Puerto Rico Tip-Off tournament Thursday morning. The Wildcats (2-2) will face the loser

  • Women's Basketball | November 21, 2013

    Shockers stun young Wildcats, 69-46

    There are some nights having size and a deep bench just doesn’t matter. Wednesday was one of them, as Wichita State marched into Bramlage Coliseum and handed the Kansas State women’s basketball team its second straight blowout loss. The Shockers jumped on the

  • Volleyball | November 21, 2013

    Pelger leads K-State to sweep over Bears

    A strong all-around performance by Kaitlynn Pelger helped fuel the multifaceted sweep the Kansas State volleyball team unleashed on Baylor Wednesday night at Ahearn Field House. (Kansas State’s Taylor Johnson hammers down a kill against Baylor on Wednesday night at Ahearn Field House). The

  • Men's Basketball | November 21, 2013

    Cats lose to Charlotte, 68-61

    Poor shooting plagued Kansas State again. Shooting 18 percent from 3 and 36 percent from the field, the Wildcats lost to Charlotte, 68-61, in the opening game of the Puerto Rico Tip Off this morning, in San Juan, P.R. The Wildcats (2-2) will face the loser of

  • Local |Education | November 20, 2013

    Elementary free-throw contest a heated battle

    Willie.phatch

    It’s hard to resist a tale of redemption.  It came down to sudden death Wednesday in the Marlatt Elementary sixth grade boys division of the Little Apple Optimist Club’s Hoop, Holler ‘N Shoot free throw competition. After more than 60 boys and girls

  • Local |Government, Politics | November 20, 2013

    Library expansion passes 5-0

    The people spoke, and the commission listened. “The public has bought into the library expansion,” commissioner Usha Reddi said at Tuesday night’s meeting. “I think it’s insulting to constantly beat on the debt when they are saying, ‘We are good with this.’ And

  • Local |Government, Politics | November 20, 2013

    City OKs $300,000 sewer line for NBAF

    City commissioners on Tuesday approved the construction of a sewer line for the National Bio and Agro Defense Facility (NBAF) during their legislative meeting. Commissioner Karen McCulloh said during the meeting that the $300,000 project would be funded by money already set aside by the city.

  • Local |Government, Politics | November 20, 2013

    City could tighten flood plain restrictions

    Tough and tougher. That would seem to be the direction building restrictions in the city’s floodplain are headed — if discussion at Tuesday night’s city commission meeting was any indication. City planner Chad Bunger suggested that new regulations should be put in place, and

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | November 20, 2013

    Dara’s clerk reports armed robbery, car theft

    A Dara’s Fast Lane clerk’s vehicle was stolen this morning after the convenience store was robbed by a gunman. According to a press release from the RCPD, a man entered the store at 1816 Claflin Road with a weapon at 2:45 a.m. and demanded


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