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  • Local |Kansas State University | July 23, 2014

    Schulz proposes $150M facility

    TOPEKA — Kansas State University could be getting a $150 million food-focused research facility by 2020. K-State president Kirk Schulz made the proposal for the Food Systems Research and Education Facility to the Kansas Board of Regents Tuesday during a budget meeting. No decisions were made at the

  • Local |Business |Kansas State University |Government & Politics | July 23, 2014

    Students share visions for future of Aggieville

    Kansas State University students made presentations to the city commission Tuesday about the future of Aggieville. Contrary to a certain stereotype, these students weren’t concerned about adding bars and restaurants but finding ways to better diversify the district. According to the students’ gathered data, 53

  • Local |Government & Politics | July 23, 2014

    Commissioners at odds about flat mill levy

    City commissioners on Tuesday discussed whether the mill levy should remain flat for the second year in a row. The current proposal for the 2015 city budget is about $134.4 million with a mill levy of 44.712 mills, an increase of $3.6 million and 1.288 mills from 2014. A mill is $1

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | July 23, 2014

    Colorado Street fires investigated as arsons

    Authorities are investigating two fires on Colorado Street this week as arsons. The Riley County Police and Manhattan Fire departments reported officials believe both a house fire at 831 Colorado Street Monday night and a garage fire at 823 Colorado Street early Wednesday morning probably were set

  • Local |Business | July 23, 2014

    Local Boys and Girls Club marks 20 years of service

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    The Boys and Girls Club of Manhattan celebrated its 20th birthday and recognized those who made the milestone possible during a reception Tuesday night. About three dozen people attended the event, which featured a brief introduction and awards presentation from the organization’s executive director,

  • Local |Police, Courts & Emergency | July 23, 2014

    Man arrested for murder attempt in JC shooting

    Junction City police arrested a man for attempted murder after he reportedly shot and injured a person Tuesday night near Wendy’s, 440 W. Sixth St. Police arrested Robbie Fountain Jr., 21, of Junction City, following an interview with officers investigating the shooting. According to a news

  • Editorials | July 23, 2014

    When push comes to shove…

    As political statements go, the Second Amendment Protection Act, which the Kansas Legislature approved in 2013, doesn’t bother with subtlety. It was an act of defiance of the Obama administration’s efforts to strengthen gun laws in response to more mass murders than most Americans

  • Letters | July 23, 2014

    Thanks for making 94th city band season such fun

    To the Editor: What a great concert season we have had! The weather was exceptional, crowds very large and the band was spectacular! Thank you all for attending and supporting the band, and a very special thanks to all who have donated in support of

  • Letters | July 23, 2014

    McCain Performance Series has something for everyone

    To the Editor: The 2014-2015 McCain Performance Series is just around the corner, and what an amazing schedule it is! The season kicks off Friday, Sept. 5, with blues legend Buddy Guy. Other performances include Larry the Cable Guy, Straight No Chaser, “An Evening with Garrison

  • Tennis | July 23, 2014

    Steinberg named K-State women’s tennis coach

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    Danielle Steinberg — the 2014 Southland Conference Coach of the Year — has been named the seventh head women’s tennis coach at Kansas State, athletic director John Currie announced Wednesday. Steinberg, who has spent the previous two seasons as the head coach at McNeese State, agreed to


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