The halftime show this week at Bill Snyder Family Stadium will feature so many musicians there will be no room for them to march, a testament to K-State Marching Band’s reputation as the pride of Wildcat fans. After the band’s show on Sept. 5
Lyle Butler believes a visitor center at the intersection of I-70 and K-177 is close to becoming a reality. The only holdups are signing a construction agreement and running a water line to the seven-acre parcel. “I feel like we’re closer to making it
Two false fire alarms cleared students and staff from the K-State Student Union on Thursday morning, but officials stress there was never any threat to the building or community. The building was cleared twice when fire alarms went off, first at about 10:30 a.m. and
A recent Kansas State University graduate is teaching English to Germans on a Baltic Sea island. Hannah Rogers started a 10-month Fulbright teaching assistantship earlier this month in Ahlbeck, Germany, on Usedom island. Fulbright U.S. Student Grants offer international travel for study, research or
A trial date has been set for a Belvue man accused of murdering his uncle last November. Christopher Arand, 36 at the time of his arrest, is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the Nov. 10 death of his 70-year-old uncle, Larry Arand, also of Belvue.
Kansas State University officials on Wednesday announced a plan to change the name of the Salina campus. “We have initiated the process with the KS Regents to change the name from K-State Salina to K-State Polytechnic — more details to follow,” K-State President Kirk Schulz announced
The Manhattan-Ogden school board was considering the purchase of five fairly new school buses at its meeting Wednesday, but before casting his vote, board member Darell Edie had an important question: “Do they come with drivers?” The joke drew laughter from his fellow board members,
Federal prosecutors have charged an 18-year-old Fort Riley resident in connection with the shooting death of a 16-year-old boy. Juwan D. Jackson was charged Wednesday with one count of involuntary manslaughter in the Friday death of Kenyon Givens, also a Fort Riley resident. Prosecutors say
One person was injured in a residential fire early Thursday morning in Manhattan. At 2:28 a.m., the Manhattan Fire Department was dispatched to a two-story residence at 926 Connecticut Ave. Upon arrival, crews found a light haze of smoke in the structure, and the occupants had
Riley County commissioners on Thursday compared bids for the University Park sewer improvement project. The engineer’s estimate from BG Consultants came in at around $3 million. The bids received — from Utility Solutions LLC and Tri-Star Utilities — were $2.56 million and $4.32 million, respectively. Commissioners voted to submit
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