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A view of Moro Street looking west in the Aggieville Community Vision Plan. The Manhattan City Commission discussed adding parking spaces to accommodate greater density in the area at Tuesday’s meeting.




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    From left, Sam Anderson, of Green, and Matt Coulson, of Abilene, remove an old sign in preparation for a new one at Allstate in downtown Manhattan on Wednesday morning.

Opinion

  • Putin peddles fiction to world

    Russian President Vladimir Putin surely had a good time Tuesday teeing off on the United States in general and on President Barack Obama in particular in the latter’s last week in office.

  • Hypocrisy evident during confirmation hearings

    To the Editor: The latest demonstration of inconsistency and simple ignorance is revealed in the criticisms leveled at many of President-elect Donald Trump’s nominees to Cabinet and other management positions in the new administration.

  • Manning doesn’t deserve freedom

    In some circles, President Barack Obama added polish to his legacy Tuesday when he commuted the sentence of Chelsea Manning, the Army private serving 35 years in prison for violating the Espionage Act and other crimes.

Lifestyle

    • Manhattan man’s job keeps his eyes on sky

      With new technology, we can get a bird’s-eye view of places we thought we knew, and a local man is using this ability to explore.

    • Early work demonstrates artist John Steuart Curry’s growth

      To understand the artwork of John Steuart Curry, viewers need to see his early work before he left his home state, said Elizabeth Seaton, curator for K-State’s Beach Museum of Art.

    • Animals impact history beside famous owners

      When he takes the presidential Oath of Office on Friday, Donald Trump will be a rarity in that he will not bring a pet to the White House.

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