Thursday, May 28, 2015



‘New reality’

Landon.phatch

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson speaks about current efforts to combat domestic terrorism at the Landon Lecture Wednesday morning in Forum Hall.


K-State Sports
  • Women's Basketball | May 27, 2015 K-State officially adds Lanie Page

    Kansas State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie announced Wednesday morning the signing of incoming freshman Lanie Page to a National Letter of Intent (NLI) during the spring signing period.

  • Volleyball | May 27, 2015 Hungarian star signs letter of intent with K-State volleyball

    Kansas State volleyball head coach Suzie Fritz announced Tuesday that Zsofia Gyimes — the 2014 Hungarian Junior Female Player of the Year — will join the Wildcats starting in the 2015 season.

  • Baseball | May 24, 2015 Wildcats end season with loss to OU

    Kansas State had its season come to a close Friday night, as Oklahoma scored a pair of two-out runs in the top of the ninth to eliminate the Wildcats from the Big 12 Championship with a 3-1 win at ONEOK Field.

  • Baseball | May 22, 2015 Cowboys shut down K-State, 10-1

    For the second time this season, Kansas State was limited by Oklahoma State’s Michael Freeman, as the Cowboy left-hander tossed a complete game and allowed just six hits in beating the Wildcats.

Galleries
  • War memorial
    Vietnam1.phatch

    A police car led more than 100 motorcycles Monday afternoon to the Vietnam Memorial at K-State to start the university’s commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War.


  • Heartland Cinderella Pageant
    Eveningwear.phatch

    The event at the C.L. Hoover Opera House had competitions in casual wear, talent (ages 7-17) or on-stage interview (ages 3-6), and party dress/evening gown.


  • Road work
    Aggieville.phatch

    The marathon — the first in Manhattan’s history — began at I-70 and K-177 and followed a route through Manhattan that included downtown, Aggieville and part of Kansas State’s campus.


  • MHS Soccer: Exorcised
    Mhssoccer2.phatch

    The win over Dodge City sends Manhattan on the road for Tuesday’s 6 p.m. quarterfinal against Maize (17-1).


Opinion
  • Editorials | May 27, 2015 Change will depend on Republicans

    The governor might not be deaf to petitions seeking change or invulnerable to petitions seeking his ouster, but blatantly political efforts such as the petition submitted last week won’t make much noise.

  • Letters | May 27, 2015 We can’t expect others to always believe as we do

    In “Prometheus Rising,” Robert Anton Wilson talks a lot about belief systems. We all have them, we all believe things that may or may not be true.

  • Editorials | May 26, 2015 Enjoy slower pace while it lasts

    Though recent rains have caused their share of excitement, particularly for residents trying to dry out their basements, they haven’t been able to keep the annual calm from descending on our fair city.

  • Editorials | May 25, 2015 Rout at Ramadi renews war debate

    President Barack Obama’s strategy announced last September “to degrade and ultimately destroy” the Islamic State doesn’t seem to be working.

Lifestyle
Sports
  • Area Schools | May 27, 2015 Mustangs rolling into state tourney

    WESTMORELAND — For many players on the Rock Creek baseball team, the state championship game is a familiar one.

  • Manhattan High School | May 27, 2015 Indians 4th at state golf tournament

    Coming into Tuesday’s Class 6A state golf tournament in Hutchinson, Manhattan High boys’ coach Brad Ficke wanted his team to play relaxed and up to its potential.

  • Manhattan High School | May 27, 2015 MHS soccer falls to Maize in quarterfinals

    While the Indians didn’t win them all, in each match this season leading up to Tuesday’s Class 6A quarterfinal, Manhattan High girls’ soccer coach Mike Sanchez has felt his team was right in the mix.

  • Area Schools | May 26, 2015 Rock Creek softball headed back to state

    FLUSH — Six seniors on the Rock Creek softball team are ending their high school careers the way they started.

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