Q. I wonder how the city of Manhattan takes care of all its parks. I can think of 10 parks at least, and I see people mowing, but who empties the trashcans, picks up the litter, cleans the bathrooms, fixes the playgrounds, and in general keeps
USD 383 has more than 500 students in the first grade for the first time since 1994, according to a preliminary enrollment report. District officials reported an increase of 138 K-12 students—a total of 5,965 students—during the first day of class Wednesday, which was a half-day. The district
The Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory is active in the fight against a widespread canine infectious disease that also can spread to humans. The diagnostic laboratory offers a rapid, accurate serology test for canine brucellosis and is currently one of only a few laboratories nationwide
The Kansas State University chapter of Delta Upsilon, or DU, has been given the international fraternity’s Sweepstakes Award for the second year in a row. DU International presents the award to the top student chapter in the United States and Canada. “On behalf of
Karen Simon Rappoport, 78, Manhattan, died Saturday at Good Shepherd Hospice after a recent diagnosis of cancer.
Charles Gordon Ray, 64, of Manhattan died Monday in his home.
To the Editor: The Manhattan Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1786 was one of the organizations that provi-ded planning and leadership in the building of Peace Memorial Auditorium following World War II.
To the Editor: Westar Energy has asked the Kansas Corporation Commission for a raise. Why? After reading area business news, I saw an article on Westar. How greedy they all must be.
To many in the college football world, Kansas State is in a rebuilding mode this year after being one win away from playing for the national championship. The Wildcats’ Heisman Trophy finalist Collin Klein is gone. Receiver Chris Harper, tight end Travis Tannahill and fullback
Riley County authorities issued an advisory Wednesday afternoon cautioning people to stay away from a three-block a section of Ogden. The alert, which applied to the 200 block of 10th through 12 Streets in that city, apparently related to an ongoing investigation of a report of a
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