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  • Fort Riley commander suspended pending investigation

    The commanding general of the 1st Infantry Division has been suspended pending an investigation, the Army confirmed Friday.

  • Stingy K-State defense tries to stop Bears

    Since Bill Snyder returned to the helm as Kansas State football coach in 2009, the Wildcats haven’t held three straight opponents to less than 300 yards of offense.

  • Genesis to begin clearing site of new fitness center

    Crews will begin dirt work at the site of the future Genesis Health Clubs gym next week, according to its owner Rodney Steven II.

  • Grigsby target of official inquiry

    The commanding general of the 1st Infantry Division has been suspended pending an investigation just 13 months after taking command, the Army confirmed Friday.

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    K-State business administration building ready for students

  • Taste of summer Watermelon1.mercury

    Enjoying the summer sun and the farmers market Saturday morning, area kids cooled down with some juicy watermelon and some light-hearted competition.

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  • Union expands schedule to 24/7

    The K-State Student Union will be open 24 hours a day from Sunday to Thursday beginning this weekend.

  • Manhattan man hurt in 2-car crash

    A Manhattan man was injured in a two-vehicle crash Thursday near the intersection of Tuttle Creek Boulevard and Walters Drive, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol report.

  • Discovery Center exhibit examines 7 towns no longer in the Flint Hills

    The importance of a town’s history and identity will be on full display at the Flint Hills Discovery Center.

  • K-State sports contribute $351M to MHK economy

    K-State Athletics continues to be a major driver for the local economy, and that drive has only grown with recent facility improvements, according to a study released Thursday.

  • Mascot forum format up in air

    How the Manhattan-Ogden school district conducts a planned public forum on the Manhattan High School mascot is still up in the air.

  • Pat Metheny, K-State Family Day, Keats festival and more

    The McCain Performance Series kicked off a performance from The Piano Guys this week and continues Friday with An Evening with Pat Metheny.

  • ‘Modern Family’ star gives $50,000 to K-State cancer research

    Eric Stonestreet, an alumnus of Kansas State University best known for playing Cameron Tucker on the ABC sitcom “Modern Family,” has donated $50,000 to the university’s Johnson Cancer Research Center to support a promising research project.

  • County OKs RCPD workers’ comp plan

    Riley County commissioners Thursday signed off on an agreement to provide some of the money necessary for RCPD to follow through with plans to institute a self-funded workers’ compensation insurance policy.

  • Manhattan-Ogden schools enrollment grows by 14

    Manhattan-Ogden schools have gained 14 students since last year.

  • City noise law gets 1st round approval

    How loud is too loud? An amended ordinance will make the answer easier to determine.

  • Fort Riley to cut golf course, other rec services

    Fort Riley will reduce some recreational opportunities available to soldiers and their families because of budget constraints, officials announced in a statement Wednesday.

  • Workers’ comp plan wins city backing

    The Manhattan City Commission on Tuesday unanimously passed items on a self-funded Workers’ Compensation Insurance Program for the RCPD and a hazard mitigation grant application.

  • Genesis to close east location, start construction on new gym

    Genesis Health Clubs is dealing with the closing of one location while anticipating the start of work on a new building.

  • Service a focus of Army under secretary’s upbringing

    Patrick Murphy joined the Army when he was 19 and never looked back.

  • Mall gets 17 years in girl’s death

    A Riley man was sentenced Monday to more than 17 years in prison for recklessly causing the death of his 6-year-old daughter.


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