Let’s get one idea off the table right away: This little chat is not meant specifically as a slap at our friends up the Kaw at the University of Kansas. Recent events have put KU in the crosshairs, and deservedly so, but we shouldn’
The family of a missing St. George woman is asking the community to help look for her. A community search in the Tuttle Cove area at Tuttle Creek will begin 10 a.m. Saturday in an effort to find Jane Peterson, 56. Peterson, a Kansas State University
The USD 383 school board postponed a vote Wednesday on a revised policy that would allow employees with concealed carry permits to keep a firearm in their vehicle on school property. The board decided to hold its decision until receiving some clarification on the legal ramifications
To the Editor: I have regained my respect for our Manhattan City Commission after several key votes. They were all 3 to 2 votes with the more progressive commissioners prevailing over the ultra conservative Wynn Butler and John Matta. I certainly hope the trend continues.
If an accounting firm wants to maintain a strong ethical environment from top to bottom, a new study by a Kansas State University accounting professor and her colleagues find it’s important that the firm’s environment is viewed the same from bottom to top.
Two local performance series present options for your musical tastes this weekend. The Hale Library Concert Series presents The Flint Hills Trio of Kansas featuring cellist David Littrell, pianist Amanda Arrington and soprano Janie Brokenicky at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Hemisphere Room of Hale
After a 6-2 start to the season that has seen its ups and downs, the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team gets the chance to see just how well it stacks up among some of the state’s best teams this week. The Indians will make
Most nights, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team averages about 40 percent field-goal shooting. In Tuesday’s 33-27 win over Washburn Rural, the Indians shot just 25 percent in a low-scoring game that saw both teams turn it on late in the game after frigid starts. Manhattan
A St. George woman is still missing, and efforts to find her have intensified. The Riley County Police Department issued a press release Tuesday afternoon, saying that about 200 emergency personnel have searched more than 500 acres in freezing temperatures looking for Jane Peterson, 56, who was reported
City commissioners gave their official approval to creation of a regional transportation board on Tuesday — but it was a close call. The vote was 3-2, with mayor John Matta and commissioner Wynn Butler voting no on the basis that they felt more information was needed.
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