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  • Ertz runs, passes Cats past TCU

    FORT WORTH, Texas — Kansas State hasn’t changed many games with pass plays this year.

  • KSU to pay Myers $500K+

    K-State President Richard Myers will earn an annual salary of $500,000, according to the Kansas Board of Regents letter of appointment released on Thursday.

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  • Mhsforum1 Divided public keeps it civil at forum on mascot

    In a civil but divisive discussion, the Manhattan-Ogden community voiced opinions on the use of Native American imagery as Manhattan High School’s mascot.

  • Mentor program could save cash

    A new mentorship program for juvenile offenders could save the county money and keep juveniles at home in the near future.

  • K-State to award degrees to 1,600

    More than 1,600 K-State students will receive degrees during commencement ceremonies on Dec.

  • Mayor’s lighted parade, ice sculpting and more

    Manhattan Mayor Usha Reddi and the Flint Hills Breadbasket will host the Mayor’s Christmas Spirit of the Holidays Lighted Parade Friday.

  • Kobach supports Trump’s voting fraud claims

    TOPEKA — Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is supporting President-elect Donald Trump’s unsubstantiated claim that he would have won the popular vote if “millions” of people hadn’t voted illegally.

  • Support of K-State fans immensely appreciated

    To the Editor: My sincere thank-you and immense appreciation for the role you have played in providing me the opportunity to have been a part of these 200 victories.

  • Rodriguez backs off ‘transition’ comment

    Commissioner-elect Marvin Rodriguez on Wednesday backed away from a comment he made in Monday’s Riley County Commission meeting.

  • K-State reiterates assault policy

    K-State reiterated its policy related to investigating sexual assaults on Wednesday after a third woman sought earlier this week to join a lawsuit against the university.

  • Foundation awards $224K to area youth organizations

    The YES! Fund awarded area youth programs more than $220,000 on Tuesday.

  • House Democrats re-elect Pelosi

    WASHINGTON — House Democrats re-elected Nancy Pelosi as their leader on Wednesday despite disenchantment among some in the caucus over the party’s disappointing performance in elections earlier this month.

  • Report says grasslands slowly disappearing into farmland

    The Great Plains lost more grassland to agriculture in 2014 than the Brazilian Amazon lost to deforestation, says a recent report from the Worldwide Fund for Nature.

  • Corps to lower Tuttle Creek level for winter

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  • Snyder, Hartman have similarities

    When Bill Snyder won his 200th game this past weekend, my mind drifted back to the 1970s, when K-State football was a total disaster, and K-State basketball was the biggest thing in town.

  • Autism expert stresses hands-on learning

    Thomas Edison, Jane Goodall, Albert Einstien, Steve Jobs and Elon Musk are all people who were kind of different — and possibly on the autism spectrum — but they found ways to be successful because they received hands-on learning and exposure to their interests, said Temple Grandin, an autism expert who spoke to an overflow crowd at K-State’s McCain Auditorium on Tuesday.

  • Suit: KSU’s inaction led to 2nd sex assault

    WICHITA — A female student contends in a court filing Monday that Kansas State University’s failure to investigate the rape of another woman allowed the same alleged assailant to sexually assault her.


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