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  • Books | February 23, 2014

    Student confounds investigators after roommate dies

    “Cartwheel” is a murder mystery and story of family heartbreak that is eerily similar to the Amanda Knox case in Italy. In this novel, Lily Hayes, an American, is on a study abroad semester in Buenos Aires. She lives with the Carrizos and another American,

  • Books | February 23, 2014

    Family remains close-knit despite struggles

    This novel relates the adventures over a two-plus-year period 2010-2013 of an extended Italian-American family who own and operate a shoe business in New York City, told through the eyes of one of its members, Valentine Roncalli, a 35-year-old woman. A designer in the Angelini

  • Books | February 23, 2014

    Book sale offers choices for every reader’s interests

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    Feb. 28 is a very important date at Manhattan Public Library. That’s the scheduled kick-off for the Manhattan Library Association’s annual book sale. For those unfamiliar with the event, it’s a three-day sale of gently used books, DVDs, audiobooks and more. With hardcover

  • Baseball | February 23, 2014

    UC Davis comes from behind to beat Wildcats, 10-5

    MORAGA, Calif. — UC Davis scored a combined seven runs in the fifth and sixth innings to rally for a 10-5 win over the Kansas State baseball team on Saturday at Louis Guisto Field in the Gael Invitational. A day after the Wildcats picked up their

  • Tennis | February 23, 2014

    KSU tennis’ win streak comes to an end

    TULSA, Okla. — The 52nd-ranked Kansas State tennis captured the doubles point for the fourth straight match, but the Wildcats were unable to string together three singles victories on Saturday and lost to No. 69 North Texas, 4-3, at the Case Tennis Center. The loss snapped K-State’

  • Track & Field | February 23, 2014

    K-State track and field finishes strong with Big 12s next

    The Kansas State track and field team finished its indoor home slate at Ahearn Field House on Friday with solid performances from both the men’s and women’s teams in the K-State Open. The late-night meet resulted in nine first-place finishes, several personal bests,

  • Local |Kansas State University | February 23, 2014

    Teaching assistants honored for work

    A Kansas State University doctoral student in family studies and a master’s student in geography are being honored for excellence as graduate teaching assistants. The university’s Graduate Student Council has selected Jaimee Hartenstein, doctoral student in family studies, Riley, and Kyleen Kelly, master’

  • Obituaries | February 23, 2014

    PATTY L. ‘PAT’ DRAGISICH

    Pat L Dragisich, 77, of Manhattan, died Jan. 26. She was born in Denver to William E. Matthews and Martha Welburn Matthews. Pat was raised in Yampa, Colo. and graduated from Golden High School in Golden, Colo. in 1954.. She lived in the Denver metro area until 1995. Pat

  • Obituaries | February 23, 2014

    MARDEEN HARTFORD

    Mardeen Maxine (Bolze) Hartford, 86, died on Feb. 14 at Collins House of Meadowlark Hills in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. She was born on June 15, 1927, in Mildred and was the daughter of Eva Veleria (Curley) and Clarence F. Bolze.  She attended

  • Obituaries | February 23, 2014

    HOWARD KESSINGER

    Howard D. Kessinger, 81, of Marysville, died Saturday in Lincoln, Neb. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Kinsley Mortuary. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cabin, 10th & Alston, in Marysville. A funeral


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