City commissioners unanimously approved a proposal for a “Peace offering on the Blue” sculpture atop the roundabout at Fourth Street and Bluemont Avenue Tuesday night. Mayor John Matta said $20,000 was committed by the last commission to cover installation of the sculpture, with leftover funds — if
After patiently waiting for her moment, Jill Tanner finally received what she was seeking. Tanner, a special education teacher at Wamego Middle School, won a 2012 Toyota Yaris at the eighth annual Little Apple Toyota car giveaway for teachers Tuesday. She attended the giveaway since it
A local resident won a one-woman campaign to halt a proposed change to the Amherst-Seth Child intersection Tuesday. Jolene Hill, whose home at 2009 Amherst Ave. is close to the intersection, objected to a city proposal to seek a grant that would have added a southbound
K-State has shown how meeting the needs of Latinos can make a group stronger, said Sarita Brown, president and co-founder of Excelencia in Education, during a keynote address at Kansas State University’s Semillas de Excelencia Learning Communities Banquet and Awards on Wednesday. “Latinos are
Harold L. “Gil” Gillispie, 79, of Manhattan died Thursday at his residence in Manhattan.
Authorities from several law enforcement agencies, including the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, are conducting search warrants throughout Manhattan, Junction City and Ogden in an investigation, officials said, culminating on Wednesday. Details on the nature of the investigation will not be released until Thursday, but KBI
The week spotlights the more than 1.5 million residents in nursing homes, as well as the facilities, care providers and volunteers. It also promotes the relationships among residents, family members and the community, and provides an opportunity to discuss topics related to aging and end-of-life with
Dona-Rose Katherine Hackerott, 81, of Manhattan died April 15 at Good Shepherd Hospice House in Manhattan.
Riley County officers responded Wednesday morning to reports that a man was attacked with a sharp instrument in the 400 block of Fremont Street. Officer Matthew Droge said information on the incident was very preliminary at the time of publication, but said officers responded to the 400
The Manhattan High golf team played its best round of the season on Tuesday at Rolling Meadows in Junction City, but had to settle for third place on a day of low scoring for several teams. Manhattan shot a 303, finishing a stroke behind second-place Hayden
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