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  • Hawk says he didn’t support RCPD bill

    Sen. Tom Hawk said Tuesday morning he did not support the Kansas Senate bill that aims to make the Riley County Police Department director’s job an elected position — but he did say he believed the bill should be debated. .

  • Officers, residents: Don’t make RCPD director an elected post Lawboard.phatch

    Residents, police officers and law board members made it plain Monday evening that they want keep the director of the Riley County Police Department appointed — not elected. The support at a law board budget hearing was a loud response to .

  • RCPD trims proposed budget by $119,000

    The Riley County Police Department reduced its proposed 2015 budget by $119,000 in an effort to meet suggestions from Riley County Law Board. RCPD director Brad Schoen presented the numbers at a budget workshop meeting on Monday. Despite trimming and reallocating money .

  • Rep. Huelskamp defends positions on NBAF, farm bill

    Congressman Tim Heulskamp answered questions from both his supporters and his adversaries at a town hall in Manhattan on Monday night. The meeting at Manhattan Fire Department lured about 100 people, and a majority seemed supportive of the Republican District 1 representative. .

  • February property sales lag behind 2013 figures

    WESTMORELAND —Pottawatomie County commissioners heard monthly updates from a number of county department heads Monday. • County appraiser Lois Schlegel reported 41 property sales for the month of February: 22 residential, one commercial, nine vacant lots and eight farmsteads or ag land. The .

  • KBI issues Silver Alert for missing Onaga man

    ONAGA — Authorities are looking for a 67-year-old Onaga man who ran an errand on Friday morning and never returned home. The Kansas Bureau of Investigation issued a Silver Alert for Melvin Potter, Onaga Chief of Police Dan Costlow said. The .

  • Liotta signs to play for RiverHawks

    While two of his teammates made their college choices official in February, Manhattan High boys’ soccer player Matt Liotta was still mulling his options to play at the next level. The senior made his decision official, however, opting to sign .

  • VIRGINIA MAE HELGET

    Virginia Mae Helget, 76, of Manhattan, died Monday at Mercy Regional Health Center.  Virginia Mae Smith was born in Delphos, Kan., on Dec.19, 1937, to the late Lester L. and Jennie R. (Hurtig) Smith.  She graduated from Delphos High School .

  • DOUGLAS PAUL MORRISON

    Douglas Paul Morrison, 58, of Wamego died Sunday at the Wamego Health Center. Doug was born on December 23, 1955 in Cascade, Idaho, the son of Frank D. and Lavonna P. (Eyrich) Morrison. He attended school in Manhattan, graduating from Manhattan High School .

  • CARLY MARIE GASSMAN

    Carly Marie Gassman, 18, died Thursday at her home in Abilene. No cause of death was provided. Mass of Christian Burial for Carly will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Andrew Catholic Church with Father Henry Baxa as Celebrant. Her family .

  • HAZEL LAVONNE CARR

    Hazel LaVonne Carr, 72, of Wamego, formerly of Westmoreland, died Saturday at the Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. Hazel was born Dec. 15, 1941 in Westmoreland. She was the daughter of Everett and Mary .

  • Jeff Mittie named K-State women’s basketball coach

    Kansas State athletic director John Currie promised to move quickly in his national search for a new women’s basketball coach. Currie did just that, announcing Tuesday in a press release that Jeff Mittie has taken over the program just 10 .






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