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  • Tallgrass expects production at new facility to start soon Tallgrass3.phatch

    After having been home to a call center for Western Wireless, Alltel Wireless and Verizon Wireless, the building at 5960 Technology Circle is almost ready for its new purpose. Early next month, Tallgrass Brewing Company will start producing beer in its .

  • Residents: Don’t rob jobs fund

    Some residents voiced their concerns about the potential use of the city’s economic development fund Tuesday. The Manhattan City Commission held a work session to discuss projects being funded by the half-cent sales tax initiative for economic development. Voters .

  • Voters grant USD 384 more taxing power

    Residents in the Blue Valley school district voted to increase the school board’s property taxing authority in a mail ballot election completed Tuesday. “I feel very good about it,” Blue Valley USD 384 superintendent Brady Burton said. “I think it’.

  • Manhattan home to state’s ‘best restaurant’ Harrys.phatch

    Manhattan is home to the best restaurant in the state, according to one national website. Business Insider, a website devoted to business and technology news, named Harry’s the best restaurant in Kansas on its list of best eateries in .

  • Continuance granted in fatal accident case

    A judge will allow the attorney for a Manhattan man facing charges in the death of an unborn child more time to review evidence against his client. Ryan Routson, 33, 1637 Osage St., appeared in Riley County District Court on Tuesday with .

  • Committee considers cutting salaries, positions

    USD 383 could reduce salary and cut some elementary, middle and high school teaching positions to balance its budget for the next school year. The district’s Budget Advisory Committee discussed those measures at its meeting on Tuesday. Salary cuts would .

  • Hearing set for soldier facing rape charge

    An Army soldier facing a rape charge is scheduled to appear at a preliminary hearing next month. Staff Sgt. Timothy Ayers Jr., 41, appeared via live video stream from the Riley County Jail on Tuesday in Riley County District Court. Ayers, .

  • Man charged in pot robbery waives hearing

    A Manhattan man who is accused of using a gun to steal marijuana waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Tuesday. Ty Suggs, 21, 1230 Colorado St., appeared with counsel Brenda Jordan in Judge William Malcolm’s courtroom. Suggs faces charges .

  • Judge lowers bond for 2 in drug case

    A judge granted bond reductions on Tuesday for two people arrested earlier this month on drug charges. Grant Hamel, Taylor Beck and Tyler Troute appeared via live video stream from the Riley County Jail in front of Judge William Malcolm. .

  • Currie addresses court security

    Kansas State athletic director John Currie continued to take responsibility for the incidents that occurred during fans’ rushing of the court following the Wildcats’ 70-63 win over Kansas on Wednesday night. Currie said Wednesday morning that he’s spent most .

  • In-state talent vital to Wildcats’ success

    Five of the top six scorers in Kansas State women’s basketball history are from the Sunflower State — including four from towns a fraction of the size of Manhattan. Three of the five players who have their numbers hanging in .

  • K-State cancels weekend home series; to play at Cal

    With the chance of significant snowfall forecasted for the Manhattan area this weekend, the Kansas State baseball team has canceled its home-opening series against Eastern Illinois and will instead play a three-game series at Cal in Berkeley, Calif., beginning Saturday .


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