Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and feasting - lots of feasting. So is it any surprise that our eyes always seem to become so much bigger than our stomachs at this time of year? Not really, according to a Kansas State University psychological
Do you know how to cook your turkey so your family doesn’t cry foul? A Kansas State University food safety expert has tips on how to make the holidays tasty and avoid a serving of foodborne illness. “When you’re buying your turkey, check
Did you know that in 1920, within 24 hours of being asked to contribute $40 each, Kansas State University students pledged $76,000, or 60 percent of the total cost of Memorial Stadium? That both heavyweight boxer Joe Louis and baseball legend Jackie Robinson were stationed at Fort Riley in 1942? That
The CHS Foundation, St. Paul, Minnesota, has made a gift of $250,000 to the College of Agriculture at Kansas State University to support the Center for Risk Management Education and Research. The center engages students and industry partners in innovative education and research, advancing their risk
A former Kansas State University student who drove drunk and killed two people in a head-on collision will be resentenced after the Kansas Court of Appeals on Friday overturned a departure sentence by Judge John Bosch at Riley County District Court. Miles Theurer, now 25,
In just over a month, 21-year-old K-State student Ben Wilson will be sworn in as the newest Riley County commissioner. The music major beat out incumbent Dave Lewis by 66 votes in the August primary for the 1st District seat. Saturday afternoon, Wilson, who had been
Plans are in the works for an Aggieville venue for weddings, parties and other events. Currently in the development stages, the Aggieville Event Center will be at 12th and Laramie St. in the parking lot of the southwest part of Handi Corner Shopping Center. The
A Topeka man was sentenced Friday to 12 years in federal prison for committing robberies in Manhattan and Topeka. Christopher James Wilhoite, 26, pleaded guilty to two counts of commercial robbery and one count of unlawful possession of a firearm in furtherance of a robbery, U.S.
At the corner of Kimball and College avenues is a coliseum epic in size, appearance and spectacle. Each fall 50,000 fans arrive for home football games to watch the gladiators in purple and white battle it out for four quarters of play. The heroes on the
Bruce McMillan AIA Architects, P.A. announced additions and achievements of its professional staff members. Dana Williamson, a 2014 graduate in architecture from the College of Architecture, Planning and Design at Kansas State University, joined the firm as an intern. Also a graduate of Bethel College
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