Kansas State University Names New Associate Dean for College of Veterinary Medicine

Peggy Schmidt is joining the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University as associate dean for academic programs and student affairs. Schmidt has been...

Budgeting and resources discussed by intergovernmental leaders

Wise stewardship of resources was one of the main topics presented at Monday's intergovernmental meeting in Manhattan, with K-State Vice President for Human Capital...

Manhattan sales tax numbers “boring”

"Boring" is the word used by Manhattan Finance Director Bernie Hayen to describe the latest sales tax numbers for the city. June figures of...

K-State Band Director recognized

Frank Tracz, director of bands and professor of music, was inducted into the Conn-Selmer Institute Hall of Fame on June 14. The Conn-Selmer Institute is...

Global experts visit K-State College of Vet Med

"You never get credit for what doesn't happen," stated Andrew Weber, former Assistant Secretary of Defense and Deputy Coordinator for Ebola response at the...

K-State begins search for new president, now accepting applications

The Kansas Board of Regents and the wider Kansas State University community have announced applications and nominations for the position of president are now invited. The...

Flag retirement ceremony at Boys State

The World War II Memorial on the campus of Kansas State University was the site of a flag retirement ceremony Thursday evening. The approximately 500 Boys State delegates...

Varney’s Book Store closing all locations June 30

Updated Friday 11 a.m. An Aggieville historian spoke with KMAN Friday morning about the evolution of Varney's Bookstore. Varney's announced it will be closing Thursday. KMAN's Dave...

K-State graduate student running for Riley County Commission

Levi Smith is a student at K-State pursuing his graduate degree, and shortly before the election filing deadline of noon Wednesday, he indicated his...

K-State tuition proposal increased

K-State's Manhattan, Polytechnic and Olathe campuses will be revising the tuition rate increase to 5.81 percent to offset the higher than expected state general fund...