ST. LOUIS (AP) - Illinois State had the right guy at the line. Wichita State turned cold, cold, cold at the wrong time.
NEW YORK (AP) - Encouraging defensive players to be aggressive, hit hard and not back down is standard procedure in pro football. Paying them to injure the opposition is not.
PRATT - The Central Plains High School girls' basketball team will be heading to the Class 2A state tournament in Manhattan on Wednesday after Saturday night's 55-53 victory over Sterling.
HUTCHINSON - The No. 16-ranked Barton Community College baseball team clawed back to win 9-8 in 10 innings over Hutchinson on Friday on the road.
STORRS, Conn. (AP) - Jim Calhoun was advised not to return to the bench so soon after back surgery, and was supposed to take it easy if he did.
MANHATTAN (AP) - Jamar Samuels was surprised when Frank Martin's wife, Anya, slid up next to him before Kansas State's game against Oklahoma State on Saturday.
HOISINGTON - The Otis-Bison High School boys' basketball team is making its second trip to the Class 1A Division-II state tournament in two years.
LAWRENCE (AP) - Thomas Robinson had 25 points and 14 rebounds in his likely Allen Fieldhouse finale, Tyshawn Taylor added 22 points and No. 3 Kansas rolled to a 73-63 win over Texas on Saturday night.
WICHITA - The Great Bend High School boys' bowling team finished in second place at the Class 5-1A state tournament on Friday at Northrock Lanes.
RUSSELL - Allison Neal wanted to find a job with a local family-owned company and the position at Office Products Inc. in Russell filled the bill. Neal is now the manager at the OPI Russell location.
St. Rose Ambulatory & Surgery Center sleep lab patients now have a more comfortable, convenient location for their care and treatment. The Sleep/Wake Disorders Center has moved from the third floor to the second, and is home to new equipment and a new staff member.
Barton Community College will offer a Certified Medication Aide Update course to provide CMAs with continuing education and a review of medications and delivery styles from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 7 and Thursday, March 8 at the Ellsworth County Medical Center, 1602 Aylward Ave., Ellsworth.
Colonel Ernest E. Garcia, Superintendent of the Kansas Highway Patrol, has announced that Master Trooper Brent Hemken was promoted to lieutenant on December 11, 2011.
There will be no school at Holy Family on Monday, so that students and staff may attend the funeral of music instructor Connie Schneweis.
BELFIELD, N.D. - A 22-year-old Great Bend man died Friday, as the result of a motor vehicle accident north of Belfield, N.D. Three other people were injured, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
Ottawa University announces that Alissa Heilman, of Great Bend, has been named to the Dean's List for the fall of 2014. To qualify for the Dean's List, students must be degree-seeking, have earned a minimum of 24 hours over the preceding two semesters at Ottawa University, and earned a semester grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 scale.
Superior Essex of Hoisington announces the latest recipient of the STAR Employee Recognition Award. Dan Ukens, Jacketing Operator, was named the fourth quarter 2014 STAR Employee and will be treated to a dinner in his honor, a customized gift pack, a plaque, and STAR Employee parking privileges.
Brothers Adam and Brett Behrends announce the opening of Behrends Tax & Accounting Solutions, LLC located at 2001 Broadway in the Hiss Sherman Wealth Management building. Both Certified Public Accountants, each with five plus years of public accounting experience.
NCK Tech announces the Honor Roll list for the Fall 2014 semester. To qualify for the honor roll, students must achieve a 3.0– 3.5 GPA.
Bill Maher called Chris Kyle of "American Sniper" a "psychopath patriot."
Tomorrow is Groundhog Day followed by in a short time by Valentine's and Presidents' Day. February is here. But did you know it's also CTE Month? CTE is an acronym standing for Career and Technical Education. Barton Community College is celebrating in a variety of ways over the next four weeks; recognizing the importance of career and technical education; and the students, advisory committees, staff, and faculty involved. The logical question then is, "What does this have to do with agriculture?"
President Obama's EPA is executing a massive power play, attempting to coerce states into adopting draconian policies that would steeply increase the price of energy. States that don't cooperate are being told they'll have their federal highway funding cut off. That's unconstitutional.
The agricultural lender sentiment for the end of 2014 shows that lenders have decreased expectations for the short- and long-term outlook. Respondents of a Kansas State University Agricultural Lender Survey expect farmland prices to decline and non-performing loans to increase.
(a reprint from April, 2005)
So many news stories these days are centered on the difficulty families across the country are having making ends meet. From home foreclosures to longer than usual lines waiting for public assistance, it is easy to see that the effects of economic problems are everywhere you turn. The good news is K-State Research and Extension has many great program materials and publications that can guide people through some hard times.
In sports, athletes get the lion's share of the glory. But especially in small towns, where everyone feels like part of the team, players aren't the only people who become sports legends.
When plans are laid in advance, it is surprising how often circumstances fit in with them.