MANHATTAN — Marshall Stewart, a nationally recognized leader in higher education and university stakeholder engagement, will become Kansas State University's first senior vice president for executive affairs, university engagement and partnerships, and chief of staff, effective Jan. 23, 2023.
MANHATTAN — The Johnson Cancer Research Center has selected 28 students to participate in its undergraduate Cancer Research Award program.
Reminder! Deadline for applying for the 2023 Citizens Police Academy is January 12th, 2023. Slots are limited.
Premier production of “The Nutcracker” to be presented by the Kansas Ballet and C.L. Hoover Opera House at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 11.
One man was injured in a rollover accident on Interstate 70 near Junction City on Saturday morning.
A team of horses pulls a carriage in downtown Junction City on Saturday, during the Hometown Christmas celebration. The event included a Christmas market with lots of vendors, an indoor “snowball” fight, live music, a gingerbread contest and more. Carriage rides and old-fashioned carolers we…
Kansas State junior defensive end Felix Anudike-Uzomah earned multiple all-America honors this week after the wrap up of the the Wildcats’ 10-3 regular season on Saturday with a 31-28 victory over TCU in the Big 12 Championship game.
As I recall, I discussed most of what I think I know about sports gambling in the first column, Sept. 8, but a review seems in order. The bowl season starts on the 16th, and the only game this week is Army-Navy (discussed below under “The Sage Selection”).
A career night for junior forward David N’Guessan and a late surge in the first and into the second half after a slow start powered Kansas State past a pesky Abilene Christian team 81-64 Tuesday.
The college football transfer portal officially opened Monday and since then, four Kansas State players have announced that they are leaving the program.
With 15 returning letterwinners on the boys side and 12 returning letterwinners on the girls, Junction City wrestling is leaping into this 2022-2023 season with frenzy.
Junction City was able to keep the game close through the first quarter, closing the margin to 7-6 with the first basket in the second quarter, but that was the closest Junction City got to Great Bend in a 47-28 loss in the home opener Friday at Blue Jay Event Center.
With Santa’s flip of the switch in Heritage Park after the Christmas parade, the lights came on and the community officially kicked off the holiday season. The library got a bit of a head start, though and is continuing the celebration through the end of the year.
CLAY CENTER — In our modern celebration of Christmas, it is a joyous time of the year. But when we look at the origins of the holiday, we find a dark and tragic side. And when we go deeper, we discover how a little baby posed such a grave threat to one man’s power.
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Clay Center — Have you ever been in a restaurant where at one table, after people received their food, they just plowed right in and started eating, while at another table you observe a family bowing their heads over their food in prayer first? Where does this tradition of praying over meals…
The fall semester is winding down on programs for my staff and I at the library. Looking back over the past several months, it has been a wonderful experience. We had several great programs that took place and brought a smile to not only my face but to the staff and families that participated.
A total of 14 actors will hit the stage at the C. L. Hoover Opera House Dec. 1-4 to bring Christmas cheer to Junction City with the dramatic comedy, “A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol.”