Manhattan Regional Airport is one of 149 small airports across the country losing funding for their control towers on April 7, according to a list released Friday afternoon by the Federal Aviation Administration. The move followed $85 billion in federal spending cuts across the government, including $637 million in
One person is dead following a multiple-vehicle accident on the eastbound Kansas Highway 18 bridge near the Riley County/Geary County line Friday morning. The deceased man’s name has not been released pending notification of family members, but Lt. Greg Harkrader with the Kansas Highway
Over a lunch break from his job as an auto mechanic, the urge suddenly struck Danny Sprecker to have sex with an elderly former neighbor. Forty years later, Sprecker is still paying for that urge. And because of a recent ruling by the state parole
Even though snow is still falling, road workers are gearing up to resume work on Kansas Highway 18 next week after a winter break from construction. Kansas Department of Transportation officials said westbound K-18 from 56th Avenue to K-133/Seth Child Road will be down to
Manhattan firefighters responded to a residential fire Thursday evening in the 2300 block of Anderson Avenue that caused about $90,000 in damage. No injuries were reported as the house was vacant at the time. Manhattan Fire Department crews were called at about 7:30 p.m. to 2309 Anderson Avenue,
Q: I’ve always wondered. . . if the RCPD pulls you over on a major road like Kimball or Bluemont, would the police officers prefer you to pull over immediately and block the outside lane of these streets or follow you for a ways until you
Kansas State University’s John Leslie, a university distinguished professor and head of the department of plant pathology, knows what a life-changing experience it is to become a Fulbright scholar. “A Fulbright is amongst the most prestigious awards you can win as an academic and
A new event at Kansas State University will help promote diversity and enhance internationalization on campus and in the community. The event – called Carpe Diem Extravaganza: Where the world comes together – begins at 5:30 p.m. Friday, March 29, in the Grand Ballroom of the K-State Student
Marilyn A. Grauer, 77, of Manhattan today at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Michael “Ralph” Ippert, 28, of Wamego died March 13.
You can download and print: