• Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, June 15, 2015 9:00- BKD 9:00 Baker, Dominick Status (15 CR 100 Poss MJ & DP) BCF III 9:00 Bennett, Glenn Status (15 CR 185 Battery) JJC III 9:00 Booher, Ronnie Status (13 CR 55 Dom Batt – 2nd) JJC III 9:00 Brownlee, Brandie SENTENCING (15 CR 112 Consp. To Commit Theft) BKD III 9:00 .

  • Parade of homes, winemaking class, Jazz in June Plan.your.week1  medium1

    SUNDAY Flint Hills Area Builders Association Parade of Homes, 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Free and open to the public. For information, visit     MONDAY   Move and Groove Toddler Storytime, 9:30 a.m. and Baby Rhyme Time, 11 a.m. .

  • Woman, 3 children taken to hospital after blaze in Riley

    An explosion at a Riley house caused a fire Saturday afternoon that engulfed the structure. Pat Collins, Riley County emergency management director, said the estimated loss is $125,000 including a car parked in the house’s garage at 228 N. High St. .

  • MHS, MCC grad stars in Coke ad

    An actor from Manhattan hopes a Coca Cola commercial helps his dreams come true in Los Angeles. Glenn Davis, a 2005 graduate of Manhattan High School and 2009 graduate of Manhattan Christian College, acted in a Coca Cola commercial released last week .

  • Sampling Aggieville at event Ville2.mercury

    The sun came out at the right moment Saturday for the fourth annual Taste of the Ville. “Luckily, the rain stopped just in time,” said Jill Myers, one of the organizers. “It was pouring all day, and now we have .

  • Officials evacuate stadium for gas leak

    The Manhattan Fire Department and safety officials responded to a gas leak at Kansas State University’s Vanier Football Complex at 3:59 p.m. Friday. The gas leak was caused when a 2-inch natural gas line was struck during construction of .

  • Wildcats welcome new additions Wade media.mercury

    After a tumultuous season, the Kansas State men’s basketball team turned its roster upside down and shook out the loose ends. K-State coach Bruce Weber dismissed three players and watched another two transfer away, while two seniors graduating took .

  • 17ers end weekend with 5-3 win over Rock Creek

    After going 0-2 at the Battle of Omaha this weekend, the Manhattan American Legion Manko 17ers returned home and defeated the Rock Creek Legion, 5-3, on Saturday. The 17ers were outhit in the Saturday contest, 9-6, but managed to outscore .

  • From Broadway to blues, stars come to McCain

    Some of the brightest stars ever seen at McCain Auditorium will light up its stage for the 2015-16 season. The season features stars like former “The Tonight Show” host Jay Leno, Oscar-winning actress Shirley MacLaine, Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth, .

  • Cutting away some of life’s excesses Bethany047cut.phatch

    Sometimes I can be a bit of an idealist, and one of my aspirations is to be a minimalist. My accumulation of things isn’t out of control by any means, but there are certainly things I don’t need, .

  • ‘One Direction’ autobiography focuses on the group’s fans

    Singers and musicians come and go. Bands form, hit the charts and the road. Some are lucky and some are smart. Unfortunately, for many, much anticipated continued success is short-lived. And what about the fans? Isn’t it their hope .

  • ‘The Director’ brings intrigue, high-tech thrills

    David Ignatius is an outstanding columnist for the Washington Post, having covered the Middle East and the CIA more than 25 years. He’s also a good novelist, as his growing number of bestsellers suggests. In “The Director,” his trove of .


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