• Firms present plans to board

    With current school crowding issues and possible population growth on the horizon, the Manhattan-Ogden school board was listening for a better future Wednesday night.

  • ‘Nunsense,’ wine fest, ‘The Sandlot’ and more

    A musical like “nun” other, the Junction City Little Theater presents “Nunsense” this weekend at the C.

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    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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  • Family: Farrar died of heart attack

    Family members are saying that Todd Farrar, a 41-year-old Manhattan man, had an enlarged heart and that he died of a heart attack.

  • Morgan shares business advice at first of talk series

    Ward Morgan may own a 2016 Corvette, but he also works part time as an Uber driver.

  • Officials say DQ fire likely accidental

    Officials reported Wednesday that a fire Tuesday morning at the west Dairy Queen likely started by accident near the storage and laundry facilities.

  • KSU group submits weapons policy

    With less than a year before concealed carry becomes legal on Kansas college campuses, K-State proposed additional provisions to its weapons policy to the public before it is sent to the Kansas Board of Regents for approval.

  • Local schools take measures to keep students from playing game

    The Pokémon Go madness may have settled down, but the Manhattan-Ogden school district took steps to make sure the game doesn’t make a comeback during school hours.

  • Marlatt/Denison plan goes forward

    Design work is nearly 30 percent complete for a project to expand lanes on Denison and Marlatt avenues.

  • Board to hear long-term proposals

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will spend a night listening to proposals from architecture firms that want to help plan the school district’s future.

  • Fire at west Dairy Queen causes ‘extensive’ damage

    The Manhattan Fire Department put out a fire at the west-side Dairy Queen Tuesday morning.

  • Son of businessman found dead in home

    The adult son of the president of Farrar Corporation was found dead Monday morning.

  • Bridge repair to coincide with fall harvest

    It could be a bitter harvest for area farmers planning to use the Belvue Bridge to transport grain this fall.

  • LaPolice officially on 1st District ballot

    Alan LaPolice of Clyde is officially on the ballot in the race for Kansas’ 1st District congressional seat.

  • Pilot ‘blessed’ to make landing

    The parents of two K-State students are staying in Manhattan longer than they planned after the private plane they were flying made an emergency landing Saturday.

  • County looks to reopen building talks with KSU

    Riley County has attempted to reopen negotiations with K-State about provisions of a possible lease to move Emergency Medical Services headquarters into the Manhattan Fire Department facility, county counselor Clancy Holeman said Monday during the Riley County Commission meeting.

  • KSU’s Wefald Hall wows students, parents on move-in day

    They don’t build dorms like they used to, which some would say is for the best.

  • Hale Library to cut hours

    K-State’s Hale Library will cut its 24-hour weekday schedule this fall to save money, university officials said.


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