• Residents gassed after meter misread

    Many Manhattan residents saw a significant increase in this month’s gas bill from Kansas Gas Service after the company found that an employee had misread meters on certain routes.

  • Wamego honor flight to Washington a family affair Wamego1

    More than 40 years had passed since Gerald Schmidt had been back to Washington, D.

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    K-State students Kenny Artavia and Fabiola Sierra talk about the care of a cherry tomato plant at a farmers market at K-State’s Bosco Plaza on Wednesday morning. The plants came from the Willow Lake Student Farm, where Artavia is a manager.

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    Kameron Banks, a sixth-grader at Lee Elementary, spikes a ball over PVC pipes.


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  • MHS student found dead from self-inflicted gunshot wound

    A Manhattan High School student died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound Thursday.

  • Hoyt: MHS student brought gun to school

    A Manhattan High School student brought an unloaded handgun to school on Thursday, MHS Principal Greg Hoyt said.

  • MHS MASCOT | Group settles scholarship details

    The Manhattan High School mascot committee amicably came to a conclusion on a new scholarship, but the situation became tense when it moved on to its second task.

  • Court reaffirms denial of whistleblower status for KSU researcher

    A federal appeals court on Wednesday reaffirmed a decision that a K-State researcher who said he was fired because he reported alleged misconduct by colleagues does not qualify for whistleblower protection.

  • County to take over part of Secrest

    A 2-mile section of Secrest Road will change from a township road to a county road.

  • Antisemeticposter Myers calls disparaging posters on campus ‘isolated incidents’

    Fliers on campus meant to disparage specific groups are not welcome at K-State, university President Richard Myers said on Thursday in response to three recent incidents.

  • ‘Spamalot,’ Jon Bellion, Green Week and more

    An irreverent parody of Arthurian legend in musical form returns to the Manhattan Arts Center this weekend.

  • MHS student found to have unloaded handgun at school

    A Manhattan High School student brought an unloaded handgun to school on Thursday, MHS principal Greg Hoyt said.

  • Agburn1 Perfect day for ag burning is hard to find

    Finding the perfect day for a controlled burn can be difficult.

  • Third city commission candidate files

    Kaleb James is the third candidate to file for Manhattan City Commission.

  • City seeks grease plan update for 2018

    The city wants stronger regulations for the way local restaurants handle grease.

  • March Feminists, others march to fight prejudice

    With gray skies and light rain, dozens of members of the K-State community gathered on campus Tuesday evening to “take back the night.

  • Landlord sues 4 Olives for unpaid rent, loan

    CivicPlus owner Ward Morgan’s real estate company has sued owners of the now-closed 4 Olives restaurant for failure to pay its lease and loan.

  • K-State to inaugurate Myers as 14th president

    Almost a year after he took over the job, K-State will inaugurate President Richard Myers as the university’s 14th president.

  • County delays EMS move decision

    Riley County is exploring its potential emergency-related challenges before making a decision on moving its EMS department.


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