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  • Local |Business | January 18, 2015

    CivicPlus hires two men

    CivicPlus hired Ethan Tegethoff, business development associate, and Craig Gihring, business development associate. Tegethoff will be a full-time employee. He previously worked at Applebee’s as a server. In his new role, Tegethoff will be expected to generate sales opportunities by making outbound calls to

  • Local |Business | January 18, 2015

    New Boston Creative hires two people

    New Boston Creative Group hired web developer Stan Grabowski and office assistant Brigitte Bruegger. Grabowski brings a wealth of experience in both web and graphic design. Prior to his employment with New Boston, he spent 10 years as a web designer for Manufacturing-Works, a nonprofit company

  • Local |Business | January 18, 2015

    Commerce department nominates local woman for honor

    Debra Rodenbaugh-Schaub was announced as a nominee by the Kansas Department of Commerce for Outstanding Associate Recognition. Rodenbaugh-Schaub has served as a program consultant/statewide workforce response coordinator for eight-and-a-half years for the Kansas Department of Commerce, working primarily with postsecondary education institutions, military installations,

  • Local |Business | January 18, 2015

    Boys and Girls Club names two board members

    The Boys and Girls Club of Manhattan announced the addition of Brett Larson and Brad Tajchman to its Board of Directors this year. Terms of the club’s Board of Directors are for three years. Larson serves as the development director for the College of

  • Men's Basketball | January 17, 2015

    Wildcats rally to edge Bears

    Wes1.phatch

    At halftime, the game felt over. No matter what Kansas State did in the first half against No. 22 Baylor, the Bears had an answer. After a huge run to come back in the second half, the Wildcats hung on to win 63-61 on Saturday at

  • Editorials | January 17, 2015

    King continues to inspire Americans

    One day, perhaps, when we celebrate the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday anniversary, we’ll also be able to celebrate the eradication of racism and other forms of bigotry. Unfortunately, we’re not there yet. In the last year, for example, the racial

  • Men's Basketball | January 17, 2015

    Williams steps up late in 63-61 win

    Nino.phatch

    With 11:27 to go in the second half of K-State’s game against No. 22 Baylor inside Bramlage Coliseum Saturday afternoon, sophomore Marcus Foster — the Wildcats’ go-to scoring threat — picked up his fourth foul and went to the bench with his team down 49-37. For the fans

  • Columns | January 17, 2015

    Budget woes not tied to spending

    Look back 30 years. What did it cost to purchase a car? Eggs? Electricity? Blue jeans? A house? Certainly less than it does today. Most of us know instinctively that prices will likely be quite a bit higher 30 years in the future. Although Americans are now

  • Women's Basketball | January 17, 2015

    Cyclones shoot down K-State, 79-59

    Weisman2.phatch

    For 26 minutes Saturday night, it was anyone’s game. Then the wheels fell off. A one-point second-half deficit for the Kansas State women’s basketball team turned into a blowout, 79-59 victory for Iowa State at Bramlage Coliseum in a matter of minutes, thanks to

  • Gardening | January 17, 2015

    A grape by any other name

    Greggeyestone1

    Grapes are one of the most popular fruits for consumption because they are easy to carry and snack on, but not all grapes are created equal. Each kind of grape has qualities of its own, giving growers choices to make when choosing their next variety


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