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  • K-State Edition | August 17, 2014

    How to make your tailgate the best in the lot

    You won’t find a better way to spend a fall Saturday in Manhattan than setting up camp in the parking lots outside Bill Snyder Family Stadium with tens of thousands of purple-clad fanatics before a home football game. It’s one of the best

  • K-State Edition | August 17, 2014

    New coach leads men’s golf

    After a forgettable season which saw the Wildcats finish last at the Big 12 Championship, the Kansas State men’s golf team looks for a fresh start. The team began the makeover in May by hiring Grant Robbins to become the new head coach. Robbins joins

  • K-State Edition | August 17, 2014

    Young squad for cross country

    Following a lackluster 2013 season, the Kansas State cross country team will rely on a bevy of young runners to carry the load this fall. Luckily, most if not all of these young pups have some experience already under their belt, as the team returns all

  • Arts & Leisure | August 17, 2014

    OK Kids Day, Brew at the Zoo, Broadway master class

    SUNDAY The Columbian Theatre celebrates the 10th anniversary of “Hoo Haw,” 2 p.m. Also 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. “Hoo Haw” is a comedy performance in which Korn County residents perform their antics along with gospel and country music. Tickets: $20 adults, $15

  • Local | August 17, 2014

    ‘Boggin’ in the Vista’ a muddy slice of small-town fun

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    ALTA VISTA — Is there a need to construct a 200-foot long pit of mud and drive turbo-charged trucks and Jeeps with gigantic tires through it as fast as mechanically possible? Of course not. But who doesn’t like to get a little dirty every now

  • Local |Fort Riley | August 17, 2014

    Leaders at Fort Riley and other installations alarmed at effect of possible drawdowns

    LEAVENWORTH — Army fatigues are ubiquitous in Leavenworth, a town synonymous with the storied military fort that gives the place its name. But many of those uniforms could go away in the wake of an Army study that contemplates cutting personnel at Fort Leavenworth in half

  • Local |Business | August 17, 2014

    Book store prepares for move

    Claflin Books and Copies is moving to a new home from its former location at 1814 Claflin Road. While the official opening date hasn’t been set, the store soon will be at 103 North Fourth St. Owner Stormy Kennedy said it was a shock to have

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | August 17, 2014

    RCPD evaluates use of force in wake of Mo. riots

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    When it comes to law enforcement, use of force is a possible course of action not to be taken lightly. In Ferguson, Mo., local and state authorities are seeing the results of one police officer’s decision to use force. Whether Darren Wilson was justified

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | August 17, 2014

    Police search for rape suspect

    Riley County police on Saturday were searching for a man suspected of raping a woman in her mid-twenties known to him. The search comes after police received a call reporting a rape at 12:45 p.m. on Friday. The crime reportedly occurred in the northern part

  • Arts & Leisure | August 17, 2014

    Former comic/DJ begins new chapter

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    She’s a jack of all trades and the master of every one of them. Manhattan’s Mary Renee is a standup comedian, a go-to emcee for parades and festivals, an actress, a former radio personality and DJ, and a writer. There’s one thing


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