Could Manhattan and Riley County, which are moving into the First Congressional District next year, be moved back into the Second District in 2015? Some conservative legislative leaders are floating a proposal that could lead to that result in advance of the 2013 session. Incoming Senate Majority
A pedestrian was hospitalized with non-threatening injuries Thursday afternoon after he was struck by a car during a collision with another vehicle on Fort Riley Boulevard and 4th Street. Lt. Josh Kyle said Kevin Delarosa, 28, Manhattan, had been crossing 4th Street when he was struck
The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of a Huskee Brand log splitter, reportedly stolen between Nov. 29 and Dec. 1 from the 4800 block of Salzer Road in Wamego. Sheriff Greg Riat said the log splitter is red, 22 tons and is approximately three years
Riley County officers reported that three cars in the Davis and Dehoff drives area were burglarized within a similar time frame. In one case, a car was burglarized sometime overnight between Dec. 5 and 6 in the 800 block of Davis Drive. The victims, Jason Wodward, 36, and Robert
A structure fire destroyed a garage, damaged a metal outbuilding and part of a home in Riley County at 4740 Freeman Road on Thursday evening. Emergency Management Director Pat Collins said the blaze took 21 volunteer firefighters and five stations to put out and caused around $25,000 in
Jake Galemore, 16, of Chanute died Tuesday in a hunting accident near his residence.
Eleanor Ruth Rice, 93, of Wamego, died Tuesday at the Wamego City Hospital in Wamego due to respiratory failure.
Alexia Ann Ebert, 101, of Flush died Tuesday at the Via Christi Village in Manhattan surrounded by her family.
Americans have been commemorating the Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor for 71 years now. That’s as it should be. It was more than a historic day, it was a monumental event, one that brought the United States into World War II. Though America suffered
To the Editor: In Tuesday’s paper, Myron Calhoun took Mercury opinion-page editor Walt Braun to task for the latter’s reservations over Kansas needing an even more liberal personal handgun law.
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