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Pack running leads to success for Sterling College Warriors

On a short week and being early in the season, the goal for this meet was to continue to train hard and race smart....

Sterling College defense stops McPherson College Bulldogs

The Lady 'Dogs had a tough time putting the ball on the floor, resulting in a three-set loss.  The defense for Sterling was on...

Cougars jump above .500 with another non-conference sweep

For the first time since the 2011 season, the Barton Community College volleyball team rose above .500 with a non-conference sweep Monday night at...

Sterling College Men’s Basketball has changes in coaching staff

The Sterling College men's basketball coach Dean Jaderston announced some staff changes for the upcoming 2015-16 season.  With assistant coach Luke Cureton accepting some...

Two Lady Warriors Named To 2015 Preseason All-KCAC Volleyball Team

Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Head Volleyball Coaches have selected the 2015 Preseason All-KCAC Volleyball Team. The group, which is made up of returning 2014 first and...

Football Coaching Staff Changes For 2015 Season

STERLING, KAN. – The SC Athletic Department announced Thursday coaching staff changes for Football for the 2015 season. Brett Clow has taken a head football...

Sterling Women’s Cross Country Named KCAC Team of Character of the Year

WICHITA, Kan. - The Sterling College women's cross country team has been selected as the 2014-15 KCAC Team of Character of the Year presented by IMA, Inc., the conference...

Sterling College signs articulation agreement with Southwest Baptist University’s doctor of physical therapy program

Students graduating with a bachelor’s degree in health science: pre-physical therapy from Sterling College now have an advantage in their pursuit of doctoral work....

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Keriel Dairy Farm Barn Sale

Saturday, April 3 , 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. $5 PER CAR PARKING FEE Family-friendly • Lunch • Handmade Crafts Antiques • BEST Cupcakes...

Tips for keeping food safe during a power outage

K-State food scientist says when in doubt, throw it out MANHATTAN, Kan. – While much of Kansas and the Midwest have been spared so far...

People really love their houseplants!

People really love their houseplants! Some are easier to care for than others but we are always willing to give growing them a try....

KDA Announces 2021 Bluestem Pasture Survey

MANHATTAN, Kansas — The Kansas Department of Agriculture is seeking respondent feedback for the 2021 Bluestem Pasture Survey to collect information on native tallgrass...

Study: Obesity contributed to negative health impacts during early part of pandemic

K-State nutrition expert cites study that gives further support to maintaining             healthy lifestyle MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University...
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