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KU drops to #14 in College Basketball Poll

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Associated Press Top 25 1. North Carolina 2. Kentucky 3. Ohio State 4. Connecticut 5. Syracuse 6. Duke 7. Louisville 8. Memphis 9. Baylor 10. Florida 11. Wisconsin 12. Xavier 13. Alabama 14. Kansas 15. Michigan 16. Marquette 17. Pittsburgh 18. Vanderbilt 19. Gonzaga 20. California 21. Missouri 22. Florida State 23. Arizona 24. Mississippi State 25. Texas A&M Read More »

KU #13 in Men’s Top 25 College Basketball Poll

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1 North Carolina (62) 1-0 1620 2 Kentucky 1-0 1501 3 Ohio State (1) 1-0 1482 4 Connecticut (2) 1-0 1433 5 Syracuse 0-0 1338 6 Duke 1-0 1301 7 Vanderbilt 1-0 1120 8 Florida 1-0 1086 9 Louisville 1-0 1055 10 Pittsburgh 1-0 1027 11 Memphis 0-0 997 12 Baylor 1-0 892 13 Kansas 1-0 755 14 Xavier 1-0 ... Read More »

Area High School Sub-State Volleyball Results

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Class 3A at Marysville High School: Marysville defeats Silver Lake 25-23, 29-27.  Marysville will play in the 3A State Tournament in Salina on Friday & Saturday. Full Results from 3A Sub-State in Marysville Class 2A at Republic County High School: Washington Co. defeats Ell-Saline 25-21, 25-22. Washington Co. will play in the 2A State Tournament in Emporia on Friday & ... Read More »

KSHSAA Announces Television/WebCast Partnership

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Topeka, KS. – The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA), When We Were Young Productions (WWWYP), and PlayON! Sports announce the launch of the KSHSAA Network, a new cross-platform endeavor that will deliver unprecedented television and web coverage of selected KSHSAA state championship events. WWWYP/PlayON! Sports will produce and distribute content for the KSHSAA Network. When fully implemented, the ... Read More »

Harvest Estimates Fall

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Marshall, Washington, and Nemaha Counties are three of the most fortunate counties in Kansas when it comes to harvest. The latest government forecast of the size of the Kansas fall harvest paints an even more dismal picture than last month‘s estimate. Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service is now projecting: corn production in the state at 451.5 million bushels, or 22 percent ... Read More »

Wecker Inducted Into Hall of Fame

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On Sunday Marysville High School Graduate Kendra Wecker was inducted as a part of the 50th anniversary induction class into the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame. The 28 year old daughter of Pam and Randy Wecker will add this honor as another in a long list. In High School she was recognized as one of the top basketball players in ... Read More »

Board of Regents Budget Proposal

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Finances were front and center at last week’s Kansas Board of Regents meeting in Topeka. Specifically the Regents were studying budget proposals including one from the state’s 26-technical colleges and community colleges that provide technical education. Clark Coco – North Central Kansas Technical College President – said it would take $58-to-$60-million to adequately fund a new cost model for the ... Read More »

Partnership for Growth to Discuss SRS Agreement

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Marshall County Partnership for Growth will meet Tuesday 5:35 at the Marshall County Courthouse. The agenda for the meeting includes several items related to the agreement between the city of Marysville and the state of Kansas SRS Department. The Partnership for Growth would provide funding to SRS through the city of Marysville. George McCune will report on the current fund ... Read More »

Kansas Selected to Help Write Science Standards

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Kansas has been selected to be one of 20 lead states that will help write new national science standards. The announcement Tuesday gives Kansas influence in writing a common set of standards for public schools. Other states on the lead team include California, Maryland, New York and Vermont. The project is a collaboration assembled by the National Research Council and ... Read More »

Grasshoppers May Threaten Winter Wheat Crop

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University of Nebraska Entomologist Jeff Bradshaw says a large grasshopper population could threaten the state’s winter wheat crop. Winter wheat is starting to emerge no. Grasshopper populations typically decline through the late summer and fall; however, large populations can remain after the first hard freeze. He says growers need to monitor grasshopper density in areas surrounding their fields before and ... Read More »