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  • Local |Kansas State University | November 08, 2013

    KSU test detects dog virus earlier

    A new test developed at the Kansas State University Diagnostic Laboratory is leading to earlier detection of a severe —- and potentially fatal — virus that affects dogs, especially puppies. Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious worldwide disease that involves both domestic and wild canines. It

  • November 08, 2013

    DOROTHY MARGURETTEE DECKER

    Dorothy Margurettee Decker, 86, of Manhattan, formerly Tucson, Arizona, died Wednesday, while in the company of family members, at Manhattan Homestead Assisted Living. The family provided some of the following information. Dorothy was born in LaJunta, Colo., on Jan. 10, 1927. She was the daughter of the late

  • November 08, 2013

    Officials talk about public hunting areas near Tuttle Creek

    Hunting season for upland birds begins Saturday (and ends Jan. 31), so pheasant and quail hunters will be out in droves this weekend. Many choose to get permission to hunt on private land, but there are also some public hunting spots. Tuttle Creek Wildlife Area includes

  • Football | November 08, 2013

    Cats looking to limit Tech’s big-play attack

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    The Texas Tech offense might not be as daunting as Baylor’s, but it’s another well-oiled passing machine that Kansas State has to deal with this weekend. The Red Raiders rank second in the country at 414 passing yards a game, just behind Baylor, and

  • Football | November 08, 2013

    Snyder, Kingsbury differ in styles

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    Texas Tech’s rookie head coach Kliff Kingsbury looks like Ryan Gosling and has the charisma and personality of a rock star among fans in Lubbock, Texas. Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder is often compared to a stern, but caring grandfather. It goes without

  • Football | November 08, 2013

    Wallerstedt recalls time as player and coach at K-State

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    Matt Wallerstedt loves Kansas State. But unlike many former Wildcat greats, his experience playing and coaching at K-State was marred with something he hates more than anything — losing. Wallerstedt, who grew up in Manhattan and was a star linebacker at Manhattan High, played for K-State

  • Football | November 08, 2013

    Wallerstedt has Red Raiders on track

    The days of all-offense and no-defense Texas Tech teams seem to be behind the Red Raiders. For years under former coach Mike Leach one could count on two things — a lot of points scored by Texas Tech, and more often than not, a lot of

  • Volleyball | November 08, 2013

    K-State volleyball set for home match with West Virginia

    The Kansas State volleyball team will look to rebound from a midweek loss as its gets set to host West Virginia for a 7 pm match on Saturday at Ahearn Field House.  K-State (15-8, 3-7 Big 12) saw its two-match win streak snapped when the Wildcats

  • Obituaries | November 07, 2013

    DOROTHY DECKER

    Dorothy Decker, 86, of Manhattan died Wednesday at the Homestead Care Home in Manhattan. A memorial service will be at the Sedalia Community Church, 6040 North 52nd St., at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9. A full obituary will be published later.

  • Local |Government, Politics | November 07, 2013

    Eastes named director of parks deparment

    Eddie Eastes has been named the new director of Parks and Recreation for the City of Manhattan. City manager Ron R. Fehr announced the appointment on Thursday. Eastes was selected from an initial pool of more than 55 applicants in a national search, and chosen from


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