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  • Derricott confirms transfer from KSU Mugderricottcolor.phatch

    When Kansas State landed D’Vonta Derricott, it looked like the Wildcats had found their next impact linebacker. A highly touted junior college player at Garden City Community College, Derricott never saw the field for the Wildcats this season as .

  • Police address ‘sexting’ incidents at local schools

    At least four incidents of juveniles sending or receiving sexually explicit images among their peers — or sexting — have occurred in the last six months in Riley County, according to a police official. About 20 parents of USD 383 students attended on Tuesday .

  • Budget committee has first meeting

    A budget committee tasked with helping trim USD 383’s budget by $1.9 million to $4.1 million will consider cutting everything from jobs to slashing utility costs. The 60-member Budget Advisory Committee will study a range of cost-cutting moves over several weeks and .

  • Group: We want to help with auditorium project

    Residents on Tuesday said they want to raise funds for Peace Memorial Auditorium improvements. Dave Fiser, president of the Friends of Peace Memorial Auditorium, said during the Manhattan City Commission work session that the group hopes to work with city .

  • Judge: Cost prohibits many from getting justice Sheila p hochhauser 8732c5.phatch

    The biggest problem in accessing the legal system in Riley County is the ability to pay for a lawyer, a local judge said on Tuesday. Speaking at the Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice’s quarterly potluck, Magistrate Judge Sheila .

  • ‘Sniper’ resonates despite controversy Bradleycooper.phatch

    “American Sniper” begins with the lead character trying to decide whether or not to shoot a child, and the emotional level that it maintains throughout the film is reflected off the silver screen. Clint Eastwood’s latest directorial venture starring .

  • New patching material chosen for Belvue Bridge

    Commissioners from two counties agreed Monday to proceed with a new patching material for the Belvue Bridge — at least on a trial basis. Meeting in joint session Monday afternoon at Alma, Pottawatomie and Wabaunsee County Commissioners continued a discussion of .

  • Budget cuts only hinder IRS services

    The IRS is one of those agencies Americans love to hate. It’s the “tax man.” We might like or need many of the things we pay taxes for, but we can still hold the collectors in contempt, if only .

  • Rape suspect arrested

    A Manhattan man was arrested Tuesday on two Wabaunsee County warrants and given a high bond for an August rape incident. Clayton Skylar Garibaldi, 18, 411 Laramie St., faces charges of rape, aggravated assault, aggravated indecent liberties with a child, aggravated indecent .

  • KSU nominates four for Truman scholarship

    Kansas State University has nominated four students for the 2015 Harry S. Truman Scholarship. The Truman Scholarship recognizes college students who are committed to careers in public service, government or the nonprofit sector. Ciara Chambers, a junior in political science, Spanish .

  • TERRY A. SCHLEGEL

    Terry “Sparky” Andrew Schlegel, 61, of Manhattan, died Monday, Jan. 26, 2015, at the Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan. Terry was born in Manhattan, on July 19, 1953. He was the son of Marjorie Frances (Noll) Schlegel and the late William A. Schlegel.  .

  • BILL FAITH

    Bill Faith, 91, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. Born on March 22, 1923, he was a longtime Manhattan resident where he was the founder of Faith Furniture which has remained a family owned and operated .





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