• Join the fun Saturday at Riley’s Fall Festival

    To the Editor: Looking for something to do this Saturday, Oct. 1? Come to Riley for the seventh annual Fall Festival! This fun-filled day has something for everyone in the family. Spend the day on Broadway Street, where events include a .

  • Commission moves forward on building fixes

    Should Pottawatomie County invest money in an aging building that may or may not accommodate its growth needs in years to come? County commissioners debated that issue Monday, but decided to move ahead with two improvements to the County Office .

  • Law board approves workers’ comp plan

    The Riley County Law Enforcement Agency Board unanimously passed a self-funded worker’s compensation resolution at a special meeting Tuesday for the Riley County Police Department . Brad Schoen, RCPD director, said the city and Riley County commissions also have approved .

  • Kedzie outage expected to last through Wednesday

    K-State’s Kedzie Hall lost power Sunday and was still without it as of midday Wednesday. The hall lost power because of an underground line break, according to the university. The hall was still closed Wednesday, and all classes in .

  • MHS tennis finishes 5th at Topeka West tourney

    Manhattan tennis faced tough competition Tuesday at the Topeka West Invitational. Head coach Tony Ingram said the tournament, where the Indians finished fifth, was a learning experience for the young team. In No.1 singles, Kira Schartz came in 11th place, .

  • Snyder talks anthem, running backs

    Kansas State coach Bill Snyder weighed in on national anthem portests on Tuesday, talking about the subject that’s dominated sports discussion throughout the country. The protests, which started with San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Colin Kaepernick, are a reaction to .

  • Wedekind wins Runner of the Week

    After posting her third top-5 finish in as many races, senior Morgan Wedekind has won her second Big 12 Runner of the Week award of the season, the conference office announced on Tuesday afternoon. Wedekind is now the first K-State runner .

  • ‘Disappointments Room’ well-designed ghost story movie

    The price of movie admission seems to have gone up again. This may explain the large drop in the stock indices recently. Or it may explain how the producers of “The Disappointments Room” could make a scary movie that is .

  • MHS boys soccer picks up second win

    After Ethan Englehorn scored Manhattan’s first goal of Tuesday night’s game, head soccer coach Frank Alonso knew there was more to come. The Indians beat Wichita South, 5-2, on to win their second game of the year. Englehorn’.

  • Army fires Grigsby from fort command post

    The commander of Fort Riley has been fired from his duties and the Army is continuing an investigation opened last week, officials said Monday, but they declined to provide any other details. Army spokesman Col. Patrick Seiber said Maj. Gen. .

  • K-State’s enrollment decreases 1.5 percent

    K-State’s overall enrollment has fallen by more than 300 students since last year. The Kansas Board of Regents released a preliminary enrollment count Monday, showing that the six state universities’ enrollments remained relatively flat, increasing by 21 students system- wide. Enrollment .

  • University offers few details on possible cuts

    K-State officials said the university would use across-the-board reductions if a proposed $28 million in state appropriations to Kansas universities is implemented. The proposed cut to the Kansas Board of Regents’ system would be necessary to meet a potential 5 percent reduction .


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