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The Senate on Friday approved a short-term plan to fund the Department of Homeland Security at current levels until March 19. If the measure passes, the department would avoid a partial shutdown. Without action, DHS would begin shutting down at midnight Friday, furloughing 30,000 workers. Another 200,000 would
Manhattan-Ogden third- through sixth-graders got a chance to explore science Thursday evening during a family event at Lee Elementary School. Family Science Night allowed the students and their families to come to the school and participate in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) activities, as
RILEY — Riley County sophomore Alex Sager said his 3-pointer was there for him to start the season, but was lost at times during the middle of it. Thursday night at home in the regular-season finale, he seemed to find it again. Sager hit six of
Offering local fare is becoming increasingly appealing for restaurants in Kansas, but sometimes it can be a challenge to connect with local producers. A roundtable discussion on Thursday at the From the Land of Kansas’ annual meeting at the Hilton Garden Inn aimed to address
RILEY — The Riley County girls’ basketball team, again playing without leading scorer and rebounder Alyssa Kulp due to sickness, didn’t start pretty, but found a groove in the second half to beat St. Marys, 37-31, Thursday night in its regular-season finale. Sophomore Bethany Crubel
The five candidates running for a seat on the Manhattan-Ogden school board told potential voters how they felt about everything from the size of classrooms to budgets to their biggest regrets at a forum on Thursday. Our Manhattan, a political action action committee that describes
The Pottawatomie County Sheriff on Thursday identified the inmate who was found unresponsive in his cell on Wednesday. Pottawatomie County Sheriff Greg Riat said the inmate was 25-year-old Andrew J. Brown, of Wamego. Riat originally reported Brown was 24, but corrected himself in a later statement.
Readers might remember earlier this month a splash of publicity about manned missions to Mars — one-way missions. That publicity involved the Mars One Project, which plans to establish a permanent mission on the Red Planet in 2024, and had narrowed its list of potential pioneers to 100.
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