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  • Area Schools | November 03, 2014

    Area teams compete state cross country

    Wamego’s Allison Seufert, the lone representative at the Class 4A state meet for the girls’ team, medaled in her final race at the Wamego Country Club, taking 14th in a time of 16:02.7. The Wamego boys’ team finished in 11th place on its home course,

  • Area Schools | November 03, 2014

    EMS girls’ basketball opens season

    The Eisenhower Middle School eighth-grade girls’ basketball team lost its season opener on Thursday afternoon to Rock Creek, 16-13. The Eagles created steals and turnovers through most of the contest, but struggled to convert on the offensive end. They held a one-point lead going into

  • Arts & Leisure | November 02, 2014

    ‘Much Ado,’ German ethnic dinner and more

    TODAY Manhattan Arts Center Wrap It Up! Opening Reception, 1-5 p.m. Open through December 24. Hours are noon-5 p.m. Sunday through Friday and 10 a.m.-5 pm. Saturday. Manhattan Arts Center.   Lecture: “Comics and the Art of Visual Communication,” by Scott McCloud, 4 p.m.

  • Local |Kansas State University |Government & Politics | November 02, 2014

    Snyder: I was wrong

    K-State football coach Bill Snyder on Saturday called his appearance in campaign ad for Sen. Pat Roberts a “blunder.” At a press conference following the Wildcats’ win over Oklahoma State on Saturday, Snyder answered questions about the endorsement, which received additional attention after university officials

  • Local |Education | November 02, 2014

    Wamego’s West Elementary revives costume tradition


    WAMEGO — West Elementary received a dose of character on Friday. Superheroes. Legendary figures. Cartoons. And that was just the teachers’ costumes. Everybody got into the Halloween spirit on Friday after years of costumes not being allowed at the school, which holds third through fifth grades. “

  • Football | November 02, 2014

    Wildcats smother Pokes, 48-14, now look to TCU


    Now it’s OK to talk about TCU. Kansas State was all business Saturday night, easing past Oklahoma State, 48-14, at Bill Snyder Family Stadium — the Wildcats’ final hurdle before the highly anticipated showdown with the 10th-ranked Horned Frogs in Fort Worth next week. “This

  • Local |Government & Politics | November 02, 2014

    Candidates for top offices in Tuesday’s election sound off on some of the most important issues

    GOVERNOR Gubernatorial candidates address state budget Republican Gov. Sam Brownback vs. democratic state Rep. Paul Davis and Libertarian Keen Umbehr STATE TAX REVENUE BROWNBACK Reports in June said Kansas received $338 million less than expected in revenue for fiscal year 2014. In September, revenue fell short of

  • Off The Beat | November 02, 2014

    The most wonderful time of the year


    November has been my favorite month for years, but depending on how it goes this year, I don’t know if it can top the October I’ve had. Let’s just say last month was pretty good. I saw a lot of good friends,

  • Football | November 02, 2014

    Guggisberg: Early hiccup doesn’t slow defense


    For one drive Saturday night, Oklahoma State’s offense had Kansas State football fans nervous. Oklahoma State took the game’s opening kick off and promptly drove 84 yards for a touchdown in eight quick plays, five of which went to speedy receiver Tyreek Hill. Just

  • Volleyball | November 02, 2014

    Wildcats rally to beat Texas Tech


    The 22nd ranked Kansas State volleyball team knows a thing or two about having its back against a wall. The Wildcats were in that position again after dropping the first two sets to Texas Tech, before coming back for a 3-2 (23-25, 17-25, 25-23, 30-28, 15

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