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Avoid a Christmas fire hazard
Picking a Christmas tree isn't easy. There are so many to choose from and they come in different shapes and sizes.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Literary Experts Look at Why the Classic Dickens' Story 'a Christmas Carol' Still Draws Us Today
MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Written 170 years ago, Charles Dickens' classic novella "A Christmas Story" still resonates with people today, according to two literature experts at Kansas State University.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Manhattan man pleads guilty to being accessory after fact in fatal arson
A Manhattan man has pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact in an arson that killed a Kansas State University researcher, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said Monday.
Sunday Night Fire Damages Manhattan Apartment Complex
An apartment complex fire KMAN news first told you about early Monday morning caused an estimated $15,000 in damage.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Oh Christmas Tree Oh Christmas Tree
On Friday evening the Manhattan Mayor's Christmas Spirit of the Holidays Parade was held with a special lighting of the Christmas tree at Triangle Park.
The Wichita Eagle
Ranchers to see good times ahead
More rain meant better grazing for cattle this past year, and that's just one of the factors that should help ranchers boost their revenue in 2014, according to an agricultural economist from Kansas State University.
Hoops coaches Marshall, Self, Weber helping Kansas Big Brothers recruit mentors
Dan Soliday, president of Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters, hopes the coaches' participation helps energize people to get involved in his organization.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Research combats the stomach flu
More than 21 million cases of the stomach flu, caused by Norovirus, are reported every year in the United States.
Groups Recognize World Soil Day
As the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization, the FAO, officially recognizes World Soil Day this year, more U.S. groups are highlighting soil health and the recognizing World Soil Day in different ways.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
International Grains Program Hosts New Bulk Solids Handling, Storage, and Flow Course
Manhattan, KS-Many individuals who are responsible for handling and processing bulk solids in the grain, feed, biofuels, food, pharmaceutical and chemical industries attended Kansas State University's Bulk Solids Handling, Storage and Flow course on Nov. 11-14, 2013 at the International Grains Program Conference Center in partnership with the bulk ... (more)
Great Bend Tribune
Harry Lee Hunsley 1931 - 2013
Harry Lee Hunsley III, 82, died Dec. 1, 2013 at his residence in Russell. Born Nov. 3, 1931, in Larned, he was the son Harry, Jr. and Ann Hunsley.
Investigators from Kansas State University Zero in on Ethanol
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Biotech Week -- Investigators publish new report on Ethanol.
Security: Automating the unspoken word
The unspoken knowledge shared by cyber security analysts could convert into an automated tool that helps analysts strengthen their cyber defenses.
Kent State University students will learn how to build and fly drones: Higher Education...
Drones are in the news following the announcement by Amazon.com that it may soon deliver packages using unmanned aerial systems.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
New Prototype Spacesuit Powered By Body Heat
Wearing a spacesuit is definitely no fun at all, especially if you are one who feels claustrophobic.
The Wichita Eagle
Livestock group to meet as outlook for ranchers improves
The weather may be about to get really cold, but the outlook for cattle farmers gathering in Wichita this week is pretty warm.
Commission Meets New 4-H Agent
John Jobe's first day as the Riley County Extension 4-H Agent was Monday, and County Extension Director, Jennifer Wilson brought him in to meet the Riley County Commission during their meeting.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Soon, biomedical sensors to keep astronauts fit in space
Washington, Dec. 2 : In an attempt to keep astronauts healthy in space, engineers from the Kansas State University are designing new tools and biomedical sensors for spacesuits.
Gifts should stir imagination, parents told
When it comes to Christmas gifts for young children, Anna Nippert, instructor of early childhood education at Kansas State University's College of Human Ecology, recommends parents be more focused on fostering imagination in their children than simply buying what is on their list...