The K-State Country Swing and Two-Step Club had its first meeting of the semester in the student union on Tuesday.
In all, 30 cowboys rode both Friday and Saturday nights trying to get to the championship, or money, round.
The Wildcats erased a five-point halftime deficit to earn their first win over OU since the 2003-04 season.
Kids and parents alike said that they like Kansas because of the weather and the people that live here.
K-State needed everything it could get to beat the Red Raiders, 66-58, in Bramlage Coliseum.
The Wildcats, who have now lost two straight, trailed by six at halftime and wasted no time making their run at the Jayhawks to start the second half, but they couldn’t keep it up.
About 60 children acted in a production of “The Wizard of Oz” on Saturday after a week of play practice.
Ernst’s work is featured in an exhibit at the Manhattan Arts Center.
In a low-possession game with both teams struggling offensively, the Indians got a strong defensive effort down the stretch.
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