Dave Dreiling, local business owner, has decided to open a new sports grill in place of the defunct restaurant Local. Powercat Sports Grill will be in the same location as Local, between Rays Apple Mart and Max Fitness in the Village Plaza on Anderson Avenue.
The Manhattan-Ogden school district and its teachers’ union reached a tentative agreement Thursday on a fiscal 2014 contract. Among the compensation aspects of the agreement are a 2.5 percent compensation package increase; an increase of $750 in the base salary, pushing the starting salary for a teacher to $35,650; 1.5
City and county commissioners Thursday raised the possibility of consolidating all court functions into a single new courthouse . Riley County Commissioner Dave Lewis said the county would like to partner with the city in building a new courthouse in or near downtown. He said doing
Construction of the National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) main facility moved one step closer to reality Thursday. The Senate Appropriations Committee approved the Fiscal Year 2014 Homeland Security Appropriations Bill that includes $404 million toward the construction of NBAF. The bill is now set to go
Q: Why are there so many rundown houses in the downtown area? I’m talking specifically the area bordered by Laramie, 11th, Poyntz and Juliette. I’ve started taking morning walks and was curious how such valuable real estate could be so poorly maintained. Is
Nickie Marie Enderle, 42, of Colorado Springs, Colo., died in a car accident July 12 in Colorado.
Riley County officers arrested a Wamego man Wednesday in connection with an internal theft at the Flint Hills Area Builders Association. Riley County Public Information Officer Matthew Droge said Tracy Roberts, 44, the executive officer of the association, was arrested after detectives were made aware of
Martina “Tina” Koch, 93, of Manhattan died Thursday at Meadowlark Hills Wroten House in Manhattan.
Alexander Matthew Enderle, 3, of Colorado Springs, Colo., died July 12 in a car accident in Colorado.
Edward LeRoy Lesline, 88, of Olathe and formerly of Manhattan died Wednesday at his home in Olathe.
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