Thursday, May 26, 2016


The Daily Record

Police reports

Arrests: 5

Incidents: 2

Burglaries & thefts: 0

Citations: 0

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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

  • Group to host Alzheimer’s course
    The Riley County Seniors' Service Center and the Alzheimer's Association Heart of America Chapter will present a three-week family series course for those who are caregivers. The series will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 10, 17 and 24 at the Seniors' Service Center, 301 North 4th Street.   To sign up, please call the Seniors' Service Center at 785-537-4040. 

  • ALLEY BEHIND COURTHOUSE CLOSED
    The alley immediately behind the Riley County Courthouse, 100 Courthouse Plaza, will be closed starting Tuesday for the courthouse security improvement project. The Riley County Public Works Department announced the alley will likely be closed to all through traffic until June.

  • GRANT FUNDS AUTISM WORKSHOP
    The Pilot Club of Manhattan recently received a grant to support an upcoming autism workshop. The award is a $3,600 matching grant from the Pilot International Founders Fund to help train regional first responders to work with children and young adults with autism in emergency situations. The 11th Autism Spectrum Disorders Workshop will be Saturday, June 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn Convention Center in Manhattan. Two special sessions for first responders will be Friday, June 10 from 8 a.m. 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Kansas Farm Bureau. Both days will feature Keynote Speaker Dennis Debbaudt, who will provide tips on autism risk and safety management. Friday sessions will focus on educational training for first responders, and Saturday will offer helpful takeaways for parents, caregivers, educators and young adults. Pilot Club of Manhattan has been conducting a workshop for parents, caregivers and educators of children on the spectrum for 10 years, but this is the first time to offer sessions for young adults with autism and emergency responder personnel. For more information about the workshop, local Pilot Clubs or Pilot International Founders Fund, contact Mary Bowen at 785-317-3302 or mjbowen@ksu.edu.

  • LIBRARY OFFERS TECH TUESDAYS
    Manhattan Public Library is offering a series of workshops to teach people more about technology. Twice a month, from Jan. 12 through April 19, Tech Tuesday workshops will address a variety of subjects, ranging from Beginning Ancestry to Basic PowerPoint skills. Registration is required for these free two-hour workshops to guarantee small class sizes and plenty of time for questions. Register online using the library’s website http://www.MHKLibrary.org, call 785-776-4741 ext. 300 or visit the public library at 629 Poyntz Avenue.

  • KAEHL DETTMER
    Kaehl Liam Dettmer was born Oct. 7, 2015, to Kevin and Kyra Dettmer of Randolph. He weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. His grandparents are Beverly and the late Elmer Dettmer of Randolph, and Doug and Bobbi Solt of Beloit. His great-grandparents are Lyle and Judy McHenry of Beloit, and Earl and Barb Solt of Corning. Kaehl joins his three siblings, Kelbi, Kaghen and Kinsley.

  • ELLE KLEIN
    Elle Madelyn Klein was born May 10, 2016, to Jamie and Holly Klein of Manhattan. She weighed 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 22 inches long. Her grandparents are Jim and Donna Klein of Clay Center, and John and Roxie Peterson of Wamego. Elle joins her two sisters, Alex and Maggie.

  • BRANTLEY E. GOETZ
    Brantley Everett Goetz was born May 1, 2016, at Overland Park Regional Medical Center, to Katelin and Brett Goetz of Olathe. He weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are Mike and Cleion Morton, Wamego; Kevin and Laura Raasch, Lawrence; and Alan Goetz, Hutchinson.  Great-grandparents are Don and Florence Whitebread, Junction City; Sonny and Lynne Morton, Wamego; Roy and Cheryl Allen, Hutchinson; and Peggy Allen, Missouri.

  • HENRY A. STOCKMAN
    Henry Austin Stockman was born May 8, 2016, to Joshua Stockman and Jamie Lienemann-Stockman of Manhattan.  Grandparents are Fred and Julie Lienemann of Marysville and Mary Lane of Pampa, Texas. Great-grandparents are Don Roche of Wymore, Nebraska, Alice Keuhler of Groom, Texas, and Margie Stockman or Copperas Cove, Texas.

  • Corrections & clarifications: Kansas’ concealed carry law was a contributing factor in Katherine Ankerson’s decision to accept the position as dean of the College of Architecture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. K-State spokesman Thomas Jackson on Tuesday said the law was a deciding factor for Ankerson.

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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