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  • Rebels third at MOKAN State

    The Manhattan Optimist Rebels 14-and-under softball team competed at the MOKAN C state tournament in Basehor this past weekend, placing third.  The Rebels have taken third place in the last five tournaments, improving their overall record to 23-13 this .

  • Manhattan Indians 2nd-3rd grade football

    The Little Apple Football Association (LAFA) will be conducting tryouts for their 2nd-3rd grade Manhattan Indian tackle football team on Wednesday, July 8 at the KSU Rec Fields at 6:30 p.m. The Manhattan Indians play tackle football in the Northeast .

  • Aggies holding baseball tryouts

    The Manhattan Aggies 8-and-under machine pitch baseball team will be conducting tryouts on Thursday July 16 and Thursday July 23 at Wilson Field in City Park. Tryouts for both days are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. The 8U Aggies Machine Pitch .

  • Fury takes fifth

    The Manhattan Optimist Fury 14-and-under softball team finished fifth at the Adair Summer Finale last weekend in Gardner. The Fury opened pool play with a 4-0 loss to the Topeka Frenzy. Sydney Hefty, Anna Batt, Lawsyn Rowden, Morgan Bettencourt and .

  • Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Friday, July 3, 2015 INDEPENDENCE DAY HOLIDAY – OFFICE CLOSED Monday, July 6, 2015                     9:00 – JJC 9:00 Borden, Antoine Arr. (15 CR 193 Poss. of MJ, Poss. of DP) JWG III 9:00 Bruce, Lisa Status (15 TR 30 DUI) BRW III 9:00 Cahill, .

  • Carnival rides, games set stage for Fourth of July party Carnival3.mercury

    Being the guy in the dunk tank may not be the most pleasant job, but it can be rewarding after the fact. Travis Hardenburger, a Wamego Middle School teacher and coach, volunteered to fill that role for a two-hour shift .

  • Police detain man after chase

    A police chase following a reported shooting turned into a brief manhunt Thursday morning in Riley and Pottawatomie counties before authorities located the alleged shooter. The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Department received a report of a man firing a weapon .

  • Board wary of using full tax authority

    On the first day of the 2016 fiscal year, the Manhattan-Ogden school board members narrowed down some options for their next budget. Board members reached a consensus to not use all the voter-approved taxing authority for the district’s local option .

  • Celebrating Independence Day with fireworks, music and more

    Celebrate another year of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness with these area celebrations. Start your morning with the Solar Kiwanis Club of Manhattan Annual Pancake Feed Fundraiser from 7:30-11 a.m. Saturday at Pottorf Hall in CiCo Park.  .

  • Kansas cutting local funding for community corrections

    Riley County Community Corrections director Shelly Williams said her department is losing about $10,000 in state funding next year. Williams told Riley County commissioners on Thursday she recently received notice of the cuts, which will take effect in the 2016 fiscal year. .

  • Sheriff: 3 rapes reported at Country Stampede

    Twenty-seven people were arrested while attending the Country Stampede music festival last week at Tuttle Creek State Park, according to numbers from the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office — down slightly from the 29 people who were arrested at the event in 2014. .

  • Police arrest Manhattan man for sending obscene images

    Police arrested a Manhattan man Wednesday after he allegedly sent obscene images of a woman to another man to lure him to a parking lot, then threatened him and damaged his vehicle. Riley County police arrested Richard Leon Thomas, 35, 6136 Anderson .


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