HOPE - A Dickinson County treasure will make it’s 13th consecutive entrance in the Wild Bill Hickok Rodeo Friday night.
Mickey, the Bryant family horse, will be a contestant again in the 69th annual
ENTERPRISE — A young mother of two returns for her third time as a member of the Bankes Barrel Racing Team for the Wild Bill Hickok Rodeo.
Afton Snider, Enterprise, will ride her horse Jill, Thursday
MANHATAN — Having a dream of working in athletics and athletic administration has propelled Curry Sexton into a summer internship in the Kansas State Athletic Department.
Sexton, a fifth year senior,
OAKLAND, CALIF. — The trial that has dramatic possibilities of transforming the NCAA ran for weeks with strong opinions being leveled against the organization that is charged with the control of
MANHATTAN - Being a team player and doing what is best for the team is nothing new to Cody Whitehair.
Whitehair, a redshirt junior from Abilene, is slated to start at left tackle for the Kansas State
Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said on Saturday that the club will decide whether to continue training camp at Missouri Western State University by the end of the calendar year.
The Chiefs are in the final
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - First baseman Carlos Santana homered twice and drove in four runs as the Cleveland Indians routed the Kansas City Royals 10-3 Sunday to prevent a four-game sweep at Kauffman Stadium. Chiefs outside linebacker Tamba Hali reported for his ninth training camp on Wednesday afternoon, and the expectations are no different than the first eight.
"Our goals are set," Hali said on the eve
Even though the Cleveland Cavaliers cannot trade No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins before Aug. 23, they remain the front-runner to acquire Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star power forward Kevin Love KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It took 14 innings, but the Kansas City Royals pulled out a victory over the Cleveland Indians.
Nori Aoki singled home the winning run in the 14th inning as the Kansas City Royals