• K-State drops home finale to Iowa State

    The Kansas State women’s tennis team honored its lone senior Sunday — Amina St. Hill —  but Iowa State captured a narrow 4-3 win over the Wildcats to spoil K-State’s regular-season home finale. K-State took an early 1-0 lead .

  • Exhibit a labor of love for nature photographer Art3.phatch

    There’s a love story behind the love story of prairie chickens on display at the Flint Hills Discovery Center. Noppadol Paothong, staff photographer at the Missouri Department of Conservation, told stories to 45 people on Friday evening at the Discovery .

  • Star athlete discovers a voice for forensics Forensics1.phatch

    A couple of years ago, in high school, Jacob Miller was a sports guy. Not a guy who simply played sports, but one who excelled — he was all-state in three sports during his time at Rock Creek High School. Now, .

  • Highland grows new winemakers with program

    WAMEGO — Growing the wine industry in Kansas takes hard work, a large investment and plenty of patience, but instructors at Highland Community College in Wamego are teaching locals how to do it. Scott Kohl, the director of the viticulture (grape .

  • Martin’s versatility vital to Wildcats

    Shaelyn Martin could be the key to Kansas State’s postseason hopes if Ashia Woods is unavailable the rest of the way. The Wildcats’ do-it-all freshman showed what she’s capable of Thursday night when she filled the stat sheet .

  • Wade named Kansas Player of the Year

    Incoming Kansas State freshman Dean Wade — from St. John — was named the 2014-15 Gatorade Kansas Boys Basketball Player of the Year on Friday. The award not only recognizes outstanding athletic excellence on the basketball court, but also represents the high .

  • Wildcats shine at TCU Invitational

    FORT WORTH, Texas — The Kansas State track and field team kicked off its outdoor season with a solid showing at the TCU Invitational in Fort Worth, Texas. Held at the Horned Frogs’ Lowden Track Complex Thursday and Friday, the Wildcat .

  • KSU tennis eases by West Virginia

    The Kansas State women’s tennis team broke free of a three-match losing streak on Friday afternoon by blanking West Virginia, 4-0, at Mike Goss Tennis Stadium for the first Big 12 win under head coach Danielle Steinberg. K-State captured the .

  • K-State rowing sweeps Golden Hurricane

    TULSA, Okla. — The Kansas State women’s rowing team put in a solid season-opening performance against Tulsa, sweeping the Golden Hurricane Saturday on the Verdigris River. Racing five boats on the day, the Wildcats earned victories in the 1st Varsity 8, 2.

  • Wildcats finish tied for third at Mountain View Collegiate

    TUCSON, Ariz. — The Kansas State women’s golf team capped off its two-tournament road trip with a top-five finish following Saturday’s final round of the Mountain View Collegiate Invitational at the par-72, 6,227-yard Mountain View Golf Club. The Wildcats .

  • Defeating my nemesis: the clothes dryer

    ‘Behind every great man, there is a great woman.” Or something like that. It’s hard to track down accurate quotes on the Internet. As I see it, though, what a great man really needs is enemies. Look back through .

  • Pfeifer, Escobar win main events of MMA showcase Fight9.phatch

    With a change of pace, Josh Pfeifer entered the ring at VFC Fight Night Little Apple to the tune of Pharrell’s “Happy,” inside the Hilton Garden Inn and Convention Center. Pfeifer, who trains at Manhattan’s Combative Sports Center, .


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