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  • Obituaries | February 07, 2014

    YANG KUO-SHANG

    Yang Kuo-Shang, 87, of Manhattan, died Wednesday. He was the beloved husband of Yang Tuan Hsin-Hsin. He was also the devoted father of David Yang (Marcia Molina) and Lisa Yang (David Mills), dear grandfather of Carolyn, Emily, Julia, Stephen and Daniel and brother of Yang Fu-Zhou.

  • Obituaries | February 07, 2014

    HAROLD D. CALLAHAN

    Harold D. Callahan, 87, of Randolph, died Wednesday at his home. The family provided some of the following information. He was born on June 24, 1926, in Kansas City, Kan. He was the son of Dennis Callahan Sr. and Mary S. (Smerchek) Callahan.  He graduated high school

  • Obituaries | February 07, 2014

    MARY CARR

    Mary Carr, affectionally known as “Grandma,” 92, of Manhattan, died Jan. 30.  At Mary’s request there will only be a visitation, not a funeral.  She wished everyone to have a “final” cup of coffee with her if they wished from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on

  • Women's Basketball | February 07, 2014

    Off week came at good time for K-State

    The Kansas State women’s basketball team was only a few days removed from beating Oklahoma for the first time in 10 years. Yet a week off was looking pretty good for the Wildcats. (Kansas State’s Katya Leick tries to get past Oklahoma’s Nicole

  • Baseball | February 07, 2014

    Expectations lofty for KSU baseball

    Brad.phatch

    Last year was a season of firsts for the Kansas State baseball team. The Wildcats won their first conference title in 80 years, hosted an NCAA regional for the first time and advanced to the Super Regional for the first time in school history. But it’

  • Men's Basketball | February 07, 2014

    Refocused Wildcats set to host hot Horns

    Ksu42.phatch

    After losing three of its last four games, all on the road, Kansas State coach Bruce Weber thought his team needed a week off. As the Wildcats (15-7, 5-4 Big 12) prepare to play No. 15 Texas (18-4, 7-3) on Saturday in Bramlage Coliseum at 12:30 p.m.,

  • February 07, 2014

    Brooks meets with administrators

    Six days after being suspended as head boys’ basketball coach at Manhattan High, Tim Brooks met with school administrators Thursday afternoon to discuss the allegations that stemmed the school’s internal investigation. Brooks confirmed the meeting took place, but declined to go into further detail.

  • Manhattan High School | February 07, 2014

    MHS bowlers sweep at Sacred Heart

    The Manhattan High bowling teams swept the Sacred Heart quadrangular Thursday at All-Star Lanes in Salina, finishing first in both the girls’ and boys’ divisions. A hot start for the Indians proved to be enough despite lower scores in the final game of the afternoon. “

  • February 07, 2014

    KSU’s Warren named asst. AD at La. Tech

    Nate Warren, who has spent the past two years as Kansas State’s assistant director for development, has been named assistant athletic director for development at Louisiana Tech where he will oversee the fundraising efforts for the athletic department. Warren’s responsibilities at Louisiana Tech

  • Editorials | February 07, 2014

    CVS move sets good example

    The CVS/Caremark pharmacy chain advanced the cause of good health in America when it announced that its 7,600 stores would stop selling cigarettes next year. In making the announcement, Larry Merlo, who’s president and CEO of CVS, called it “simply the right thing to


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