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MANHATTAN — Jungkwun “JK” Kim, assistant professor in the Mike Wiegers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has received a National Science Foundation grant to develop a next-generation wound treatment that also resists infection through microneedle-mediated adaptive photothera…

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USD 475’s Board of Education voted on Monday to continue the requirement for all students, staff and visitors to wear masks regardless of their vaccination status.

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William Easterling and Jayda Harris were named senior homecoming king and queen Friday night at Junction City’s game versus Washburn Rural.

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Sheridan Elementary School welcomed award winning author Jane Kurtz, left, a former-10 year Kansas resident who has published more than 40 books on Thursday. Kurtz spoke to students and teachers during her visit about the ways that reading and writing can make a difference in their lives.

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MANHATTAN — Roman Ganta, director of the Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Diseases in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University, has received a $3.681 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to continue his longtime work on tick-borne diseases.

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EMPORIA – Emporia State University congratulates more than 800 undergraduates named to the university honor roll and dean’s lists for spring 2021. Students from this area and their awards include:

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MANHATTAN — Fariba Fateh, assistant professor in the Mike Wiegers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering at Kansas State University, has received a National Science Foundation grant to develop smart coil technology for use in high-performa…

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MANHATTAN — A new group of Kansas State University undergraduate students has a special opportunity to fulfill their dreams of becoming veterinarians. The College of Veterinary Medicine recognized nine students for being selected in its Early Admission Program at the College of Veterinary Me…

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MANHATTAN — Kansas State University Recreational Services is marking its 100th year of providing recreational opportunities to the K-State community with a celebration open to all.

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Aside from the notable exception of a bomb threat made at Spring Valley Elementary School that turned out to be insubstantial, USD 475’s first day of school seems to have gone rather well, according to district Superintendent Reginald Eggelston.

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