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  • Mascot panel details up in air

    Several details related to a committee charged with addressing issues surrounding Manhattan High’s Indian mascot are still up in the air.

  • City program helps keep sidewalks clear in winter

    A Manhattan program that connects volunteers to residents who need help shoveling snow has more than doubled in size since it was started three years ago.

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    Officials: 4th-annual festival ‘bigger and better than ever’


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  • Is it possible to prevent Marvin Rodriguez from taking office?

    Q: Is there any way we can prevent Marvin Rodriguez from being sworn into office? He has shown that his first concern is how much he is paid.

  • Leadership class for 2017 announced

    The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce and the Leadership Manhattan Board has announced the 2017 class of Leadership Manhattan.

  • Manhattan stores offer ideas for last-minute gifts

    While the busy holiday shopping season is well underway, the time is near when people will find themselves scrambling to find the perfect gifts for ones they care about most.

  • WIC office in works at fort

    Fort Riley may offer on-site WIC services by March 2017 through the Riley County Health Department.

  • Comedy, holiday music and more

    Jerry Seinfeld’s favorite comedian Brian Regan will perform Thursday in the Little Apple as part of the McCain Performance Series.

  • Cookie Carousel to offer festive selection of treats

    Snowmen, stockings and brightly wrapped gifts are hallmarks of the Christmas season, even when they’re made of sugar.

  • Officials: Moro Street house fire intentionally set

    Investigators have determined that a house fire Monday afternoon was intentionally set.

  • Boe USD 383 board votes to keep Indian, study options

    Without a detailed plan and with possible funding cuts on the horizon, Dave Colburn said he could not support changing Manhattan High School’s Indian mascot.

  • Stingray fix wins narrow approval

    A divided Manhattan City Commission on Tuesday narrowly approved repairing a feature at City Park Pool.

  • Genesis granted rezoning request

    The Manhattan City Commission gave unanimous approval Tuesday to site rezoning for Genesis Health Clubs’ proposed gym.

  • Dole was agent for Taiwan aides in Trump’s call

    WASHINGTON — Former Sen.

  • Wingstop1 Collin Klein part owner of Aggieville Wingstop location

    Wingstop opened at 1126 Moro St.

  • Mascot first agenda item

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will consider removing or keeping the Manhattan High School Indian mascot during its meeting on Wednesday.

  • Shining What exactly is a ‘shining’ at Manhattan High?

    Q: One of the speakers during the public forum about the MHS Indian mascot said that he was “ shined” over the Indian in the floor .

  • Phillips wins GOP leadership position

    A Manhattan lawmaker will help lead the Kansas House of Representatives.


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