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Rush to the bin
by Kansas State Collegian
Jan 01, 2009
“While the rest of the U.S. slows down in the summertime, taking a break from school, work and the daily grind, Kansas farmers prepare for one of their busiest times of year: wheat harvest.
Manhattan-area farmers have been harvesting wheat since Thursday afternoon, said Darin Marti, manager of the Manhattan grain elevator.”

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Concerts optional
by Kansas State Collegian
Jul 01, 2008
“When thinking about Country Stampede, what comes to mind? Is it the picking of a guitar and the twang of country music stars as they sing into their microphones, or is it the thousands of country music fans singing along with their favorite stars?
For me, it's all of the above.”

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Beasley chosen 2nd in NBA Draft, Walker follows in 2nd round
by Kansas State Collegian
Jul 01, 2008
“Former K-State basketball player Michael Beasley was drafted by the Miami Heat with the second pick of Thursday's NBA Draft.
Beasley was the second of three-straight freshmen to be chosen with the top picks in the draft. A record ten freshmen were chosen in the first round this year.”

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Montana secession threat just childish politics as usual
by Kansas State Collegian
Jul 01, 2008
“"Screw you guys - I'm goin' home!"
This is the line - originally uttered by "South Park" character Eric Cartman - that comes to mind when describing the response of several dozen Montana politicians - including Montana Secretary of State Brad Johnson - to the U.”

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Goodbye Gates
by Kansas State Collegian
Jul 01, 2008
“When I was studying to earn my bachelor's degree, one of my friends was expelled from the university. After a couple of months, he was hired for a mysterious position that was somehow connected with computers. Nobody knew what he was doing, but I knew he was making good money.”
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"Wanted"
by Kansas State Collegian
Jul 01, 2008
“3.5 of 5 stars
Summer action movies usually pile on the stunts, explosions and partial female nudity while ignoring a logical plot, and many of the other signs of decent filmmaking.
"Wanted" tries its best to do a little bit more, and for the most part, it succeeds.”

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Classic 4th of July fireworks advice from a true American
by Kansas State Collegian
Jul 01, 2008
“In preparation for our nation's birthday, we might need a refresher course on what possibly might be the most exciting part of the summer holiday - fireworks.
In the 2001 comedy "Joe Dirt," David Spade's blue-collar character, Joe, takes audiences on a cross-country adventure in search of his parents.”

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Newest Pixar film aims high for lesson
by Kansas State Collegian
Jul 01, 2008
“-3 1/2 stars out of 5
Most Disney movies aim to teach kids about manners, loving their parents, not talking to strangers and the power of true love. Disney and Pixar's newest digitally animated film "Wall•E" no doubt teaches kids a few lessons, but the hyped-up summer blockbuster might just go right over their heads.”

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Picnic in sweet summertime
by Kansas State Collegian
Jul 01, 2008
“Picnicking is in full swing this summer, and while we should remember that it's the spirit of the gathering that makes a picnic special, great food also plays an important role in the classic summertime meal.
According to foodtimeline.org, there are multiple ways to enjoy a picnic, ranging from traditional picnics in the park to meals in a canoe with friends.”

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Officials promote voter education, simple registration for students
by Kansas State Collegian
Jul 01, 2008
“On Nov. 4, U.S. citizens will vote for the country's next president, and local officials recommend that students become familiar with the procedure before blindly walking into a voting booth.
Citizens must be registered to vote and can do so at more than 25 different registration posts in and around Manhattan.”

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