• Local man arrested on drug charges

    The Riley County Police Department arrested a Manhattan man as part of an ongoing investigation into the distribution of illegal narcotics in the Manhattan and Riley County area. Connor James Yeager, 19, 9104 Tonya Terrace, was arrested for possession of marijuana with .

  • A royal performance, plus holiday Spectacular

    One of the world’s most celebrated vocal ensembles comes a-wassailing to McCain. Don’t miss the double Grammy-winning the King’s Singers Friday. Recognized for their spot-on intonation, impeccable vocal blend, flawless articulation of the text and incisive timing, .

  • Brand, Zumach named AVCA All-Americans Ksuvb6.phatch

    Kansas State’s Katie Brand and Kylee Zumach were named Honorable Mention All-Americans by the American Volleyball Coaches Association on Monday, becoming the seventh and eighth Wildcats in school history to earn All-America honors from the organization. Brand and Zumach .

  • Three Wildcats earn All-America recognition

    Headlined by wide receiver and kick returner Tyler Lockett, three Kansas State players have captured All-America honors from various outlets, as organizations have announced their teams over the past week. Lockett, who was named a Walter Camp Second-Team All-American last .

  • Wamego USD 320 will be closed on Thursday, December 18.

    Wamego USD 320 will be closed on Thursday, December 18..

  • Fort Riley personnel report time delayed two hours

    FORT RILEY, Kan. – Fort Riley will operate on a two hour delay Thursday, Dec 17. Soldiers report at 9 a.m.; civilians 2-hour delay. Exception: Irwin Army Community Hospital is operating on a normal work schedule. Questions, contact your supervisor..

  • Winter storm may bring snow, ice to Manhattan Salttruck.phatch

    Kansas State University climatologist Mary Knapp said the best Manhattan residents could hope for is a small amount of snow Wednesday night into Thursday moring. Her only wish is that temperatures aren’t warm enough to bring ice. “What we .

  • Matta resigns from law board

    It took nearly a month, but Mayor Wynn Butler will finally get to appoint the person he wanted to the Riley County Law Enforcement Agency Board. Commissioner John Matta resigned his citizen-at-large seat during Tuesday’s Manhattan City Commission meeting, .

  • Taliban acts with impunity

    One might think Pakistan would be immune to shock, given all the violence its people have endured in recent years. Pakistanis, too, might have thought they’d seen it all until the Taliban set a new standard for horror in .

  • There is plenty to like and admire about Kansas

    To the Editor: Ron Roesler is Joyless in Manhattan. He apparently hoped that Kansas was on the political verge of turning blue. However, the Democrats’ hopes were dashed on the rocks of President Obama’s unpopular policies. Still dyspeptic over .

  • Hotel occupancy drops slightly

    The hotel occupancy rate is down about 1 percentage point, according to the Manhattan Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (CVB) quarterly report. CVB director Karen Hibbard presented data at the Manhattan City Commision meeting on Tuesday from Smith Travel Research, which .

  • Ex-athletes allegedly took pot in robbery

    Two former MHS athletes were armed with handguns when they allegedly stole 8 ounces of marijuana in July, according to court records. Trey Latrell Campbell, 21, 1122 Garden Way Apt. B, and Ty Lee Anthony Suggs, 21, 1230 Colorado St., were arrested for one count .


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