Rob Ott was trying very hard not to sound too upset, but he couldn’t avoid letting the word “dangerous” slip into the conversation. As Manhattan’s director of public works, Ott knows better than anyone which road projects should .
The latest addition to Manhattan’s downtown eateries is almost ready. The Tallgrass Taphouse will open to the public on June 15, officially putting the local craft beer brewery in the restaurant business. “This looks a little different today than when .
An 18-year-old Junction City woman died on Saturday in a single-vehicle accident in Manhattan according to Riley County police. Olivia Huggins was pronounced dead at the scene of the rollover accident in the 3200 block of Stagg Hill Road at approximately 3:30 .
Riley County police reported Friday afternoon a local teen reported missing in March was arrested on Thursday, along with another teen. Kyle Nevels, 16, 1300 Marlatt Ave., Apt. 1107, was arrested at 1:21 a.m. Thursday in the 2500 block of Candle Crest Circle after .
Manhattan resident Joe Moore started his journey early Saturday morning on Coach Bill Snyder Highway and ended it at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Moore, 31, was the first finisher of the inaugural Bill Snyder Highway Half and 5K, finishing the 13.1-mile .
The Manhattan High girls’ swimming team capped its season on Saturday by finishing with 26 points at the Class 6A state swimming meet, including racing in four consolation finals at the Capital Federal Natatorium in Topeka. MHS coach Jerry Carpenter said .
TULSA, Okla. — Kansas State had its season come to a close Friday night, as Oklahoma scored a pair of two-out runs in the top of the ninth to eliminate the Wildcats from the Big 12 Championship with a 3-1 win at .
HOBBS, New Mexico — A large apartment complex is being built. The roof is being installed by a crew from a company in rural Kansas. Today we’ll learn about the remarkable growth of this entrepreneurial roofing company. Michael Perry and .
Two Kansas State University honor societies, Blue Key and Mortar Board, recognized outstanding outgoing members with scholarships on April 12. Jordan Marquess, senior in biology and pre-medicine, Olathe, and Jason Troendle, 2015 Bachelor of Science in Agriculture graduate, St. Charles, Minnesota, were .
Eight graduating Kansas State University students have been recognized by the K-State Alumni Association for outstanding achievements during their college careers. Amy Button Renz, Alumni Association president and CEO, presented the students with plaques during an awards luncheon April 29 at .
Amanda Dendurent, Lenexa, formerly of Wamego, was among graduate students receiving advanced degrees Saturday, May 16, at Emporia State University. Dendurent, an early childhood teacher in the Kansas City, Kansas (USD 500) school district, was presented a master’s degree in early .
Robert Brehmer, a Manhattan Area Technical College Air Conditioning and Refrigeration student, placed 1st in the State HVAC SkillsUSA competition, earning his way to the national competition to be held June 22 - 26 in Louisville, Kentucky. Marshall Manly, also an HVAC .
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