Grandpa’s message

The first dream came shortly after my grandfather's death in 2003. I've had dreams before, but few were as sharp, or lingered with me...

Medicinal marijuana needs to be accepted

I have long questioned why marijuana isn't legal for recreational use. Study after study has proven it to be less dangerous than many of...

Parking services unpopular

K-State Parking Services definitely isn't aiming for popularity. Once again, it raised the fees for all on-campus parking violations and increased the cost for...

Youth shares experience after being hunted by an Internet stalker

Jessica* didn't think anything of it, really. She thought she was talking to people she knew, teenagers she could relate to. She, after all,...

Hale Library to be open for 24 hours

Starting October 3, students will be able to study 24 hours a day, Monday through Friday in Hale Library. "On average during the semester, between...

Custodian, club reenact history

Burt Pearson, a custodial specialist in Kedzie Hall, has a hobby that sets him apart from the modern man. He is a member of the...

DENISON AVENUE PROJECT CONTINUES ON K-STATE CAMPUS

MANHATTAN -- Work on Denison Avenue will continue to affect traffic flow on the Kansas State University campus, according to Mark Taussig of K-State...

Gas cardholders receive rebates at pump

With the rising gas prices, pricing and rebates can be competitive at gas stations around Manhattan. Several of these stations offer credit cards partnered with...

Test-drives increase in summer

With supposedly more free time in the summer, college students might consider test-driving a few cars. Automobile salesmen have a 12-step guide they follow when...

Red Cross at critical level blood shortage

Once again K-State students and Manhattan residents have the opportunity to help save lives. The Flint Hills Red Cross will hold a blood drive from...

Officers receive life saving awards

"I'm the walking dead," said Darrell Deibler, 75, of his being resuscitated after a heart attack April 6 at his residence, 1312 Wreath Ave. Officer...

Depending on a machine

The room is sterile. It is a dialysis clinic, after all. Eleven machines line the walls in Kansas Dialysis Services clinic, 1133 College Avenue....

Various items often left in hotels

It has happened to most people driving or flying home from vacation. Suddenly, with a feeling of mild panic, they realized they left something...

Best Buy set to open before November in Manhattan

Students will be able to shop at Manhattan's Best Buy this October. The store is ranked as the No. 1 specialty retailer in consumer electronics,...

Complex upgrade to complete by opener

Construction on the Vanier Football Complex is progressing as scheduled. The $4.3 million renovation is expected to be completed in time for the Sept....

New K-State police cars waste gas; other cars would save university cash

Dear editor, I was dropping my wife off at work on campus recently when I noticed that the campus police drive new Dodge V8 sedans....

Deadly circumstances

I remember seeing the world mourn for America in the months following the fall of the Twin Towers. Videos of people grieving for us...

Waiting for opened doors reveals lack of confidence

Opening doors. You wouldn't think it would be that hard, but from observing people on campus, it seems to be an impossibility. I've seen people...

Child has first probable case of West Nile

A Harvey County child has the state's first probable case of West Nile Virus, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment announced Friday, July...

Attorney encourages students to get living wills

K-State Attorney Sarah Barr has a living will, and she said she ranks it among her top three most important things. Barr said a living...