John Currie has done a terrific job as the athletics director at Kansas State University, and we’d like to tip our cap to him as he departs. Mr. Currie inherited a mess, and he leaves behind an organization in .
Gov. Sam Brownback might be right in thinking his economic “experiment” with Kansas could be a model for national policy. Some of the indications coming out of the White House suggest similarities. Unfortunately, Kansas is not a good model for .
Congratulations to the Manhattan High School wrestling team and its coach, Robert Gonzales, for winning the 6A state wrestling championship Saturday in Park City. As is almost always the case in wrestling, this championship was a collaborative effort. Depth — high .
Advocates of Medicaid expansion in Kansas were understandably thrilled last week when a bill to expand Medicaid that had been pronounced “dead” in a House committee was subsequently resurrected and approved in an impressive bipartisan vote, 81-44. Despite their, however, .
Folks who wonder whether Manhattan is a tolerant community need look no further than Fake Patty’s Day. For nearly a decade now, area residents, many with misgivings, have allowed thousands of young people to descend on Aggieville and environs .
The Kansas Jayhawks might not have a lot of admirers in the Manhattan area, but even the most faithful of Wildcat fans ought to give the KU men’s basketball team a nod of respect for winning its 13th consecutive .
It wasn’t all that long ago that astronomers gazing endlessly into the sky hoped to find even one planet that might be a second home for humans, or at least might support life. Possibilities have surfaced, both in our .
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback wants Kansans to believe that in vetoing a historic tax increase measure that both houses of the Legislature approved last week, he is protecting their interests. He is doing no such thing. Instead, he is killing .
Kansas legislators’ caution Monday was well placed with regard to proposals from the governor’s office regarding the consolidation of all school districts’ employee health plans and centralizing school district purchasing statewide. At first glance, the proposals sound reasonable. Gov. .
Traffic statistics have a hard time competing with Washington scandals, terrorist attacks or North Korean missile launches, but that doesn’t mean the information doesn’t merit attention. That’s particularly true when, unlike political scandals or North Korea’s .
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and other critics of the bill both houses of the Kansas Legislature approved last week have been quick to characterize the measure as a tax increase — a historic tax increase. The governor further asserts that some .
Were it not for the announced price of a muscular dystrophy drug, few Americans would likely have noticed that the Food and Drug Administration had approved its marketing in the united states. What caught people’s attention, even for those .
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