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  • USD 383 hires new principal, HR director Principal1

    Two new faces have joined the Manhattan-Ogden school district’s administration. The school district hired Andrew Turner as the school district’s new director of human resources and Trina Dibbini as the new Manhattan High School assistant principal. Turner most .

  • INTERGOVERNMENTAL | Riley, Pott counties weigh ambulance options

    Riley County and Pottawatomie County will develop a committee to determine how to move forward with ambulance services. The two counties discussed this issue Thursday in a joint meeting with Manhattan officials. Pottawatomie County administrator Robert Reece said there’s .

  • Scholarship recipients work to make urban communities better

    Five high school students from Kansas are recipients of Kansas State University’s Edgerley- Franklin Urban Leadership Scholarship, which recognizes outstanding high school seniors who have made contributions to the urban communities in which they live. Recipients of the $5,000 scholarship .

  • Three K-State graduate students earn fellowship, travel awards

    Three Kansas State University doctoral candidates are receiving Sarachek awards for their academic and research achievements. Kirsten Grond, doctoral candidate in biology, Netherlands, was awarded the $17,000 Alvin and RosaLee Sarachek Predoctoral Honors Fellowship in Molecular Biology. Awarded the $2,000 Sarachek Scientific .

  • K-State selects Civic Leadership Scholarship winners

    Kansas State University selects Civic Leadership Scholarship winners and finalists Three Kansas high school seniors are recipients of a select Kansas State University scholarship that rewards students who are making a difference and demonstrating creativity by developing projects and programs .


    ASHLAND COMMUNITY Service at 11a.m. Adult Sunday school at 10a.m. Pastor is Paul Barkey. Organist is Pearl Scott. Church board meets at 7 p.m. Monday. BLUEMONT CHURCH “Running on Empty” series continues with “Lightening Your Load, based on .

  • EDITORIAL | News isn’t great, but it’s a start

    The state revenue projections from Topeka on Thursday generated more sighs of relief than jubilation from lawmakers who don’t need to be reminded how monumental their task remains. The news wasn’t great, but it was good, mostly. In .

  • Kobach catches a noncitizen

    Michael A. Smith Contributing Writer Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach finally found a non-citizen voter. On the hunt since the “SAFE” Act passed in 2011, Kobach recently secured a guilty plea from Victor David Garcia Bebek, a Peruvian national who .

  • Guerra guilty in robbery, battery case

    Sergio Guerra on Friday morning was found guilty of aggravated kidnapping aggravated robbery and aggravated battery in connection with an incident from March 2016 in Riley County District Court. The jury deliberated for one hour before returning the verdict. Guerra was .

  • In ‘Wilson’ Harrelson’s talking is never funny

    As long as our town has 25 first-run movie screens, we stand a chance of seeing a number of films intended for smaller audiences and made for less money than are the usual run of action pictures. For example, “Last Word,” “.

  • K-State basketball adds Wainright

    Kansas State filled one of its two open scholarships with one of the top remaining junior college players in the country on Thursday. And his name is familiar to fans of the Big 12. The Wildcats got a commitment from Ahmaad .

  • Young guys stepping up on K-State offense Ksufbpractice

    With the spring game on Saturday, Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder is seeing something different every day from his team. He said the defense is playing at a higher level than the offense, but that is partly because .


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