Through the first two innings of Tuesday’s game against the Kansas City Bullets, things were OK for the American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers. Through the first two innings, the 17ers trailed 3-2, but the game unfolded as the Bullets scored 16 runs in two
The American Legion Manhattan Manko junior 17ers split games against the Junction City Blues Tuesday night at the Eisenhower Baseball Complex. Manhattan dropped the opener 6-5, but came back with a 5-1 victory in the nightcap. “It’s probably the best I’ve seen us
Capitola FiLena Woodman, 89, of Fayette, Mo., died June 6 in Fayette, Mo.
City commissioners on Tuesday took a hard look at the contract with the Chamber of Commerce governing what the Convention and Visitors Bureau can use the Transient Bed Tax revenues for. Commissioner Wynn Butler said the decision to give $25,000 to the Fieldhouse Project group was
Margaret Caroline Sexton, 82, of Blaine and formerly of Independence, Mo., died Tuesday at Onaga Community Hospital in Onaga.
Mark Francis Vacca, 56, of Manhattan died May 20 in Manhattan.
Faye Marie Havenstein, 81, of Manhattan died Sunday at the Meadowlark Hills-Bramlage House in Manhattan.
Though Riley County officers investigated reports of shots fired in the 500 block of Stonemont Drive late Tuesday morning, officials said no report was filed on the matter. Officer Matthew Droge said Wednesday that officers did not find evidence that a crime had been committed following
Some Kansas farmers have already begun to harvest their wheat, but farmers in the Manhattan area are planning to start as early as Thursday, said K-State agriculture extension agent Greg McClure. McClure said harvest is beginning about a week later than what is normal for
A semi-truck and trailer were heavily damaged Tuesday evening in a blaze that apparently started in a refrigeration unit on the trailer. Firefighters responded to Fifth Street and El Paso Lane, near Fort Riley Boulevard, at approximately 6 p.m. for reports that the semi and
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