Authorities arrested a Fort Riley soldier Sunday for, officials said, unlawfully using a local company’s cement truck to attempt to pull his own truck out of the mud which had gotten stuck while off-roading. But, Officer Matthew Droge said, in the process, Bryan Maclean, 20,
Helen Louise (Robinson) Long, 90, of Manhattan died Saturday at Via Christi Village in Manhattan.
The public is invited to a rib-eating contest Monday between the Riley County Police Department and the Manhattan Fire Department at Texas Roadhouse. The contest will begin at 5 p.m., but diners can take part in the Dine to Donate fundraiser from 4 to 10 p.m.
Gary Lynn Good, 57, of Topeka and formerly of Manhattan died Friday in Topeka.
Hisae “Judy” Schweitzer, 86, of Manhattan died Sunday at her residence in Manhattan.
Faye M. Havenstein, 81, a longtime resident of Manhattan died Sunday at the Meadowlark Hills-Bramlage House in Manhattan.
Collin Klein might still wear an NFL jersey next season, but until then, the quarterback is trying his hand at a little coaching. Kansas State’s Heisman Trophy finalist last season announced the launch of the Collin Klein Passing Academy this past Friday — a one-day
DES MOINES, Iowa — After arguably the greatest career in Kansas State track and field history, high jumper Erik Kynard made his professional debut Sunday and added USA Track and Field Champion to his long list of accomplishments. Kynard, who recently signed with Nike, cleared 2.28 meters (7
COUNCIL GROVE — Washunga Days, the annual event in this historic town of 2,200 halfway between Manhattan and Emporia, is full of food, live music, crafts, a 5K run and other trappings of a typical summer festival. But the heart and soul of Washunga Days is the
One of the highest paid employees retired Friday after 40 years working for the city, but city officials said they will not replace him. Gregg Gibson, the city of Manhattan’s information systems manager, was the “longest continuous employee in city’s history of employment,” said
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