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The One Argument that can End your Long-Term Relationship
Over the course of a long-term relationship, couples can argue about almost everything.
Fri May 24, 2013
EGCC president wins 2013 Athena Award
Dr. Laura Meeks received the award Thursday before a crowd of nearly 700 at Mr. Anthony's Banquet Center here.
Student receives scholarship to study climate change
Never give up on your dream - that's the message from one Kansas State University student who is just starting to live hers.
The Wichita Eagle
Wichita State names interim dean of College of Education
The university named Shirley Lefever-Davis interim dean to replace Sharon Iorio, who will begin a phased retirement, it said in a statement.
Beef Demand Remains Surprisingly Strong Despite High Retail Prices
Per-capita beef consumption, estimated at 55 lbs. this year, is projected to decline steadily to 52.2 lbs.
Groundbreaking Set For Biodefense Lab
A groundbreaking ceremony is planned for next week for the central utilities plant at a new, national biodefense lab in Manhattan.
Thu May 23, 2013
Snack Food/Wholesale Bakery
Find articles from our contributing industry experts, including Jim Munyon, Sylvia Melendez-Klinger, Shelley Case, Robb MacKie and Todd Bruinsma.
UMB Bank promotes Matthew Badsky, Chris Howell
Badsky becomes chief credit administration officer, and Howell becomes president of UMB's western Kansas region.
Victim testifies at trial
It was a 2012 photograph of her alleged rapist in a local magazine that inspired a now-27-year-old Manhattan woman to report more than four years after the fact that she had been raped by the former friend, the woman told jurors Wednesday.
Spokane Journal of Business
Civil engineers tout biofuel byproducts use in concrete
Kansas State University civil engineers are developing a mix that they hope will reduce concrete's carbon footprint and make it stronger.
Diagnostic Researchers Can Discuss Emergence of Porcine Virus in U.S.
Kansas State University diagnosticians can provide insight about the recently confirmed U.S. cases of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus, or PEDV.
Wed May 22, 2013
Pilot car rams into parked truck
While setting dates to work on the budget, Marion County Commission set a goal of reducing property taxes by about three mills, or 4.4 percent.
Marin Independent Journal
Dipsea notebook: A two-time winner before her 11th birthday, McGowan fell off the map until now
Megan McGowan won back-to-back Dipseas at the age of 9-10 in the early 90s. Nowadays, she lives in Kansas with husband Aaron Sawyer and daughters Adalynn and Harlow and works at Kansas State University.
Tue May 21, 2013
Architecture professor creates fresh ideas for communities
One man's idea is proving to be a winner. Credit Todd Gabbard for thinking "what if ..." and following up on a real-life opportunity for students in Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning and Design and a boost for three Kansas communities.
Truth Serum for Crop Insurance Costs
With up to date expenses for 2012, Kansas State University economist Art Barnaby pegs the average taxpayer cost of the crop insurance program at about $5.1 billion to $5.3 billion/yeear since 2001.
Hays Daily News
Paul and Catherine Schmidt family plan reunion
Dr. Garret Schmidt has been the primary planner of the Paul and Catherine family reunion event planned for Saturday and Sunday in Hays.
Mon May 20, 2013
K-State Olathe names four finalists for CEO
Kansas State University administrators have settled on four finalists to possibly fill the position of CEO and vice president of the K-State Olathe campus.
Sun May 19, 2013
John McCormick Named RHS Teacher of the Year
After 22 years teaching at Ramapo High School, John McCormick is leaving on a high note.
Kansas City InfoZine
Kansas Governor Makes Appointments to Commission and Board
Kansas State Board of Agriculture The Kansas State Board of Agriculture is composed of nine members appointed by the governor.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson Kansas
KSU faculty call for halt on administrator raises
Faculty members at Kansas State University are seeking an improvement in their salaries, which they say are the lowest among their peer institutions and the Big 12 Conference.