• Road work begins on US Highway 24 Construction.phatch

    The next phase of the U.S. 24 and East Poyntz Avenue intersection project began Wednesday. Traffic control has been modified to accommodate the next phase of construction on the southeast corner of the intersection, according to a report from the .

  • Officials release name of rollover accident victim

    A Manhattan man was hospitalized Tuesday morning after his Jeep struck an unattended vehicle on Interstate 70 and went airborne before coming to rest. The Kansas Highway Patrol reported that 41-year-old Greg Harris was driving his 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee in the .

  • Commission OKs asphalt, concrete work

    City commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved 2014 street maintenance asphalt and concrete projects. The areas where asphalt repairs will happen include the following: • Scenic Drive from Anderson to Stone Crest • Anderson Avenue from Kimball to Anneberg Park • Kimball Avenue in the .

  • Workouts competitive for Wildcats South dakota kansas s kind

    Last season, the Big 12 owned the best RPI in the country. And next week, the conference is likely to produce two of the top three picks in the NBA Draft. But as college teams gather to practice for next season, .

  • Manko seniors come up short at home

    While his team ended up falling short in a 7-6 loss Tuesday night, America Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers coach Steve Disbrow was pleased with the fight in his team. The 17ers battled against the Kansas City-based team The Yard .

  • Bramlage to get $2.4m in upgrades

    Dramatic improvements in fan experience amenities and game atmosphere will highlight upgrades to Bramlage Coliseum, as K-State Athletics announced that a new high-definition Panasonic center-hung video board, six additional LED displays and a state-of-the-art, innovative lighting and sound systems will .

  • Junior 17ers split with Salina Eagles

    The Manhattan American Legion Manko junior 17ers played a pair of games on the road on Tuesday, splitting games against the Salina Eagles. The 17ers lost Game 1, 8-7, before coming back to win Game 2, 7-6. Manhattan opened the night jumping .

  • Huelskamp’s health care honor speaks volumes

    To the Editor: First Congressional District Rep. Tim Huelskamp received the “Champion of Health Care Innovative Award,” in April from one of the nation’s leading health care lobbying front groups, the Health Care Lead-ership Council (HCL). The group’s .

  • Distance student featured on cover of military magazine

    A Marine. A wounded warrior. An award-winning university student. It’s no wonder Michael Feingold’s story is one that a magazine for military transitioners wants to tell. Feingold, Lenexa, a graduate of Kansas State University’s online food science .

  • Coffman chair values storytelling

    It takes a passionate storyteller to engage students in subjects that may be considered monotonous. Mick Charney, associate professor of architecture in Kansas State University’s College of Architecture, Planning & Design, is such a storyteller. He is the university’.

  • KSU Research sues Nanoscale employees

    The Kansas State University Research Foundation is suing several defendants who were part of a research company headquartered in Manhattan in an attempt to be paid for a $208,000 loan from January 2012. The foundation is suing four people who were members .

  • Love gets 18 months probation Love.phatch

    Christina Love will serve 18 months of probation for interference and obstruction charges connected to a September 2013 murder. On Monday, Riley County District Judge Meryl Wilson handed down the 50-year-old Manhattan woman’s sentence, which includes an underlying prison sentence totaling 20 .





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