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  • SW Kansas family takes on dairy along with feedyards

    Beef. That’s the four-letter word that has been at the heart of a growing economy in southwest Kansas for decades, as beef cattle production and processing have expanded. But now there’s another kind of cattle production going on .

  • ‘Bears’ better than the average nature documentary Christopher.conner1

    After skipping a release in 2013, Disneynature returns to theatrical nature documentaries with “Bears.” Following a year in the life of a mother bear and her two cubs, “Bears” is narrated by John C. Reilly. The film begins in the den .

  • White House back on the spot with Benghazi

    For over a year, the Obama administration has done its best to blur the truth about events surrounding the deaths of four Americans, including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, in the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on .

  • Riley County Attorney’s Office Calendar

    Monday, May 12, 2014 9:00 – BCF 9:00 Abduljabbar, Mohammed Arraignment (14 CR 82 Stalking, etc) JJC III 9:00 Bates, Marcus Bond Forf Hrg (13 CR 497 Att Dist of Meth) KSL III 9:00 Earnest, Katharine SENTENCING (13 TR 2050 DUI) BRW III 9:00 Gareis, David PLEA (14 CR 76 Dom Batt) JJC III 9:00 Hollis, Shane .

  • 4 people injured in rollover accident 0509 rollover

    Four people were injured in a two-vehicle accident Friday at Blue River Hills Road and Tuttle Creek Boulevard. Emergency personnel were called to the intersection at about 1:25 p.m. for a report of the accident, in which one woman was .

  • Retiring teacher puts on her final ‘Westward’ program Chuckwagon-4.phatch

    Fifth-grade teacher LeAnne Thomas became the middle of a mass hug of her 66 students Friday following the conclusion of the 25th annual Westward Movement program. It would be her last one. The students hugged Thomas after the announcement of her .

  • Bake sale ban could hurt school groups

    The people behind school bake sales might have to get a little creative and find other ways to fundraise starting in the fall… at least during the school day. New federal health and wellness guidelines will restrict foods that can .

  • How much power does the mayor really have?

    Q: Does Manhattan’s mayor have any more authority than the other four city commissioners? Wynn Butler fights routinely to hold down the city’s budget – so now that he’s mayor, can he use any additional power to push .

  • Judge to rule on girls testifying in rape case

    Whether two of three young girls allegedly raped by a Fort Riley man last year should be required to testify in person at his trial was a point of contention during a hearing Thursday in Riley County District Court. County .

  • Parking at airport limited as construction continues Airport parking.phatch

    The parking situation at Manhattan Regional Airport continues to change. The loop in front of the terminal has been opened completely again, but other areas have been taken away. Airport Director Peter Van Kuren said half of the rental car .

  • Hogan drops out of House race

    Dan Hogan, a former candidate for the Manhattan City Commission, has withdrawn his candidacy as the Libertarian Party nominee for the 67th District of the Kansas House of Representatives seat.  Hogan, 32, announced his bid for the nod in February. “.

  • Match day effort raises $226,935

    The second annual GROW Green Match Day efforts raised $226,935.62 for 32 endowed funds of local nonprofit organizations Tuesday. The Greater Manhattan Community Foundation event brought a total of 887 gifts from the community through donations onsite at Colony Square Atrium and online, .


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