For once, kids being up and running around early Saturday morning was a good thing for both parents and children. Around 100 kids between the ages of 7 and 14 participated in the inaugural “Just Tri It” Youth Triathlon at City Park. Giovanna Sherwood stood by her daughter,
A typical residential property taxpayer will see their 2014 tax bill jump by more than $150 based on actions of the three largest local governing bodies here. The owner of a typical $180,000 home within the boundaries of the city, county and USD 383 can expect to pay about $2,712
A mistrial was declared Friday in the trial of a Manhattan man accused of armed robbery. Jurors deliberated for more than seven hours before Judge John Bosch declared the mistrial around 10 p.m. in the case of Levertis Horne, 22, who is facing two counts of
Authorities are investigating an early morning fire in Wamego, in which a dog is being heralded as a hero for saving its owner, as an aggravated arson. The fire occurred before dawn Friday at 304 Poplar Street. Firefighters and law enforcement officers responded to find a
Randy Lee Kidd, 57, of Junction City, died August 7, 2013 at his home.
Lupe Molina Gutierrez, 67, longtime Manhattan and Deming, New Mexico resident died July 30, 2013 in El Paso, Texas of natural causes.
Phoebe Mae Blume, 90, of Wamego, Kansas, died August 9, 2013, at the Valley Vista Good Samaritan Center in Wamego.
Ted Cunningham, 82, died August 8, 2013.
To most Americans, Guadalajara sounds like an exotic destination. For third-year student Sabra Ortega, it was an exotic destination - that is, it was a destination where she could work with exotic animals. Sabra spent a week in June at the Guadalajara Zoo in Jalisco,
Deante Burton thought Joe Schartz was a tough football coach at Manhattan High. Now he knows just how good he had it when he played for the Indians. As a freshman at Kansas State last season, the receiver was coached by Michael Smith, who is
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