Tuesday, July 26, 2016

On the block


Meganne Morrand displays her sheep at the Riley County Fair’s 4-H livestock auction Monday night at Hulburt Arena.

K-State Sports
  • Volleyball | July 26, 2016 K-State volleyball earns 6th consecutive academic award

    For the sixth straight year the Kansas State volleyball team earned the Team Academic Award from the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA).

  • Men's Basketball | July 23, 2016 K-State men’s basketball to hold open practice

    Fans will get a chance to see the Kansas State men’s basketball team before it departs on a 10-day trip to Italy and Switzerland, as the squad will hold an open practice on Aug. 6 at Bramlage Coliseum.

  • Soccer | July 23, 2016 K-State soccer to host scrimmages

    The Wildcats will hold a Purple/White scrimmage on Aug. 6 and will welcome in Washburn on Aug. 16. Both scrimmages are scheduled for a 7 p.m., start.

  • Football | July 20, 2016 Snyder weighs in on topics at media days

    DALLAS — Throughout the two-day Big 12 football media days, the 2017 Big 12 Championship game was a hot topic of debate.

  • Local legend

    When Chancey Larson was a senior in high school, he decided to enter the Kaw Valley Rodeo as a local participant.

  • Rodeo night

    Photographs from the Kaw Valley Rodeo Friday night.

  • Editorials | July 25, 2016 Clinton dogged by DNC emails

    Just what Hillary Clinton needed on the eve of the Democratic National Convention: an email scandal. Granted, this one apparently wasn’t of her making — at least there is no indications to that effect — but the taint lingers.

  • Letters | July 25, 2016 We often know little about those we’re around daily

    I am white and I am not an expert on race, but I do recognize and understand white privilege and the role it plays in our society. I also understand the differences faced by minorities when compared to whites.

  • Editorials | July 23, 2016 LGBT inclusion is a step forward

    If including individuals regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity in Manhattan’s anti-discrimination ordinance was little more than a gesture, it was a powerful gesture.

  • Letters | July 23, 2016 Keep lawns green, healthy while minimizing water use

    Smart Irrigation Month is an Irrigation Association (IA) initiative designed to increase awareness of efficient outdoor water use practices.

  • Pro Sports | July 26, 2016 Four-run first costs Royals in 6-2 loss

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — By the time Ian Kennedy made the necessary adjustments, the Kansas City Royals were down four runs.

  • General Activities | July 25, 2016 Mosley highlights Night 3

    Scores were hard to come by Saturday on the final night of the Kaw Valley Rodeo, as champions of the three-day event were crowned.

  • General Activities | July 25, 2016 Marlins compete at sectional meet

    The Manhattan Marlins swim team competed in the Speedo Central Sectional VIII Swimming Long Course Championship in Columbia, Missouri, July 20 -23.

  • Pro Sports | July 25, 2016 Royals drop below .500 after Rangers loss

    Delino DeShields homered in the seventh inning to break a tie and the Texas Rangers beat the Royals 2-1 on Sunday. The loss dropped the Royals to 48-49, the first time the World Series champions have been below .500 since May 15.

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