Tuesday, May 5, 2015


The Daily Record

Police reports

Arrests: 6

Incidents: 5

Burglaries & thefts: 2

Notices to appear: 1

Fake Patty's Citations: 166

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Fire Responses

Fire reports from March 26: 1

Details the time and date of engine responses to incidents and their locations. Published routinely, but not daily.

Notices

  • PROJECT PLANNED ON STAGG HILL ROAD
    On Monday, April 27, Shilling Construction Company will begin milling and laying asphalt on Stagg Hill Road from the Manhattan city limit west toward K-18. The road will be reduced to one lane during the construction. Traffic will be allowed through the project, but drivers should expect delays of up to 15 minutes. Fresh asphalt oil will be applied, so motorists should take alternate routes when possible. The project is anticipated to be completed in three days. If you have questions concerning this project, contact the Riley County Public Works Department, 6215 Tuttle Creek Blvd., Manhattan, or call 537-6330.

  • WORKSHOP TO FOCUS ON FRAUD
    Older Kansans and their caregivers can learn about investment fraud at the “Answers for Older Kansans” workshop from 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. Monday, April 27, at the Riley County Seniors’ Service Center, 401 N. Fourth St., in Manhattan. The workshop is presented as a partnership among the North Central-Flint Hills Agency on Aging, the office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner and the Riley County Seniors’ Service Center. The workshop is free and open to the public. To receive printed workshop materials, call (800) 432-2703 or (785) 776-9294.

  • The Riley County Police Department will hold its monthly NextCoffee meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday at Radina’s in Aggieville. School Resource Officer Jamie Douglass from the RCPD patrol division will discuss his experiences as a law enforcement officer in and outside of area schools.

  • CHORUS PLANS OPEN HOUSE
    Little Apple Barbershop Chorus will have an open house Thursday from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Harris Activity Center, Sixth and Poyntz. The event is free and open to the public.

  • FIRE DEPARTMENT PLANS TRAINING
    The Manhattan Fire Department will be conducting fire training scenarios Tuesday through Friday at 531 Bluemont Ave. No live fire will be used, but expect to see simulated smoke and fire apparatus parked around the training area.

  • FIRE HYDRANTS BEING FLUSHED
    The Manhattan Fire Department is conducting its annual fire hydrant maintenance program by flushing fire hydrants in the area. The MFD says if you notice yellow- or rust-colored water after crews have worked in your area, run your bathtub or shower for a few minutes until the water clears. If the water does not clear, call the City of Manhattan Customer Service Office at 785-587-2480 or MFD at 785-587-4802.

  • DAY USE PASS AVAILABLE
    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Tuttle Creek Lake says the 2015 annual day use pass is now available. The annual day use pass costs $30 and is valid nationwide. It permits the holder and accompanying passengers to use boat ramps and swim beaches at Corps of Engineers parks without further charge. When using a day use recreation facility at a Corps lake, either an annual pass or a daily pass is required. At Tuttle Creek Lake, the only area that requires a day use fee is Tuttle Creek Cove Park. A boat ramp day use fee is collected April 1 to Oct. 31, and a beach use fee is collected May 15 to Sept. 15. Golden Age, Golden Access and America the Beautiful Senior and Access passport holders are eligible to purchase the annual permit at half price. State park permits do not reciprocate with Corps day use permits. For more information on the day use fee program, visit the Tuttle Creek Lake Visitor Center at 5020 Tuttle Creek Blvd., Manhattan, or call 785-539-8511.

  • BEATRICE MARTHA HARTFORD
    Beatrice Martha Hartford was born Sunday, April 19, 2015, to Ike and Megan Hartford of Manhattan. Beatrice was born weighing 7 pounds, 3 ounces, and 19.5 inches long. Also welcoming Beatrice are grandparents David and Kelly Hughes, of Clay Center, the late Jim and Marty Hartford, of Manhattan, and great-grandparents Homer and Mary Detwiler, of Pratt.
  • NURI EDWARD BURCH
    Nuri Edward Burch was born April 10, 2015, to Katherine Flanagan and Gabriel Burch of Ogden. Nuri was born weighing 8 pounds, 3 ounces, and 21.5 inches long. Also welcoming Nuri are his grandparents, Vickie Burch and Edward Burch of Ogden, and Opal Slawson and Dawn Marchand of Ogden.

  • TESSALYNN MARIE LAMB-BRUMBAUGH
    Tessalynn Marie Lamb-Brumbaugh was born April 11, 2015, to Nichole Lamb and David Brumbaugh of Manhattan. Tessalynn was born weighing 5 pounds, 11 ounces, and 18 inches long. Also welcoming Tessalynn are her grandparents, Michele Lamb and Donald Lamb of Manhattan, and Brady Roche and Mary Melton of St. Marys.
  • REECE TYLER BISHOP
    Reece Tyler Bishop was born on April 2, 2015, to Jana and Jordan Bishop, of Manhattan. Also welcoming Reece are his siblings: Alexis and Carter Bishop; and grandparents: Jerry and Tina Carpenter, of Manhattan; Lori Bishop, of Manhattan; and Gary Bishop, of Manhattan.

  • BRAXTON BRADBURY 
    Braxton Charlie Bradbury was born March 6, 2015, to Clint and Katie Bradbury. Braxton was  7 pounds, 4 ounces and 19 3/4 inches long. He is the grandson of Russell and Teresa Bradbury, of Winfield, and Rex and Kathy Walgren, of Wauneta, Neb. His great-grandparents are Bob and Kay Bradbury of Winfield; Mabel Hodgson of Winfield; Burdette and Jackie Wilson of Wauneta, Neb.; Bob and Sharon Walgren of Wauneta, Neb.; and Ed and Pauline Watt, of Tahlequah, Okla.

  • Corrections & clarifications: Because of a Riley County Police Department error, the police report published in Monday’s edition of The Mercury contained an error.  Eli Woerpel, 22, was struck in the face; Morgan Foitle was not. Foitle was not involved in the altercation.

These are notices of upcoming events that are free and open to the public. Corrections are also published here, as are some other things such as birth reports.

Court Reports

Criminal court filings and dispositions in Riley and Pottawatomie counties. Published routinely, but not daily. The latest Riley County Attorney's Office Calendar can be accessed by clicking here.

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