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St. Luke's provided a night of fun, games and treats Wednesday night for all ages to enjoy

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Recent theft occurrances cause students to take different measures to protect themselves

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Former Air Force Col named head of UAS at K-State Salina, two K-State professors get $5,000 awards, and a bank robbery in Kansas City

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Parks and Recreation Services present aquatic facilities year-end report, look for guidance in next pool season

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K-State Olathe present open forums for associate dean of academic affairs, executive education, USD 383 uses Break KITE Day to test computer systems, Kansas Department of Corrections releases annual report for 2014, Nominations for Lecture on Excellence in Scholarship being accepted

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K-State Athletic Director John Currie and head football coach Bill Snyder will each pay $2,500 to open the residence halls early this fall break so that students can come watch K-State play Kansas

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Radical Christian demonstrators dominate Bosco Plaza

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A revision to the Farm Bill leaves farm producers and consumers at odds on who the bill should focus on

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Qdoba Mexican Grill approved for licensing

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Eaton wins the "Mapping the Ghost Map" online game, Arrest made in Aggieville alley fight, Man found dead in Junction City parking lot, Wildlife ecology professor wins award of greater prairie chicken research

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With decreased education funding, administrators and faculty look to tuition in order to make salaries competitive

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On Saturday, the Manhattan City Market celebrated its 35th year

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An arrest in Aggieville, a couple is kept from joining the gay-marriage lawsuit and a man dies in a Wichita fire

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Panelists and community members discuss legal process, challenges of domestic violence programs

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Enthusing the accessibility of K-State Ag Facilities

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Women senators speak up on the state of gender equality in the K-State, Kansas and American political field

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Senators encourage voters, hear from John Currie and about the Open Textbook Initiative, give commendations and funding

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K-State Mortar Board hosts Reading is Power event for kids; FBI seizes fake World Series tickets; counterfeit Royals merchandise; matching gift goes to College of Business Administration; Sales students use new software for training purposes

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Prices have about doubled for students in the last 12 years

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Plan focuses on faculty, better preparing students for careers