Seventy-two years after Lt. Gen. Richard Seitz became the U.S. Army’s youngest battalion commander and two years after his death, soldiers at Fort Riley paused Wednesday morning to honor his memory during a dedication ceremony at the post’.
The Manhattan City Commission authorized design contracts Tuesday for work in the Kansas State University north corridor. The contracts are for a 30 percent design process to further define the anticipated improvements and budget after a preliminary north campus corridor study. .
A change in mortgage registration fees hasn’t reduced county revenues as officials originally feared. Riley County register of deeds Debbie Regester said on Tuesday her office took in about $665,000 during the first half of 2015, compared to $637,000 over the same .
City Pool in Manhattan was closed Wednesday for biohazard cleaning after a person defecated in it on Tuesday. The pool is expected to reopen Thursday. “Manhattan Parks and Recreation follows CDC recommendations for responding to fecal incidents in chlorinated recreation .
The shift from dine-in to delivery by consumers contributed to the decision to close the Pizza Hut in Aggieville, restaurant officials said Tuesday. The Aggieville location will close at 11 p.m. Sunday after being open at 1121 Moro St. since October 1960. .
Manhattan city commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved issuing approximately $7.75 million in industrial revenue bonds for Manko Window Systems for a 19,000-square-foot expansion for storage and fabrication space at the facility at 800 Hayes Drive. Manko would make the lease payments to .
Sunset Zoo has moved forward with improving its Malaysian tiger, sloth bear and Amur leopard exhibits. Within the consent agenda on Tuesday, the Manhattan City Commission approved a contract for professional architectural services with GLMV Architecture of Wichita for an .
Expressions like “nothing lasts forever” or “things change” seem inadequate in the wake of the news Tuesday that the Aggieville Pizza Hut will close permanently Sunday. That’s because the restaurant at 1121 Moro St. isn’t just the Aggieville Pizza .
To the Editor: John Kasich, the Republican governor of Ohio, who has announced his candidacy for election to the presidency of our republic, wants to leave a record of public service that will merit a just reward in heaven on .
Movies directed by Judd Apatow have sold a lot of tickets. “40 Year-Old Virgin,” “Knocked-Up,” “Funny People,” and “This is 40” owe their popularity to talented casts, shambling dialog, some tasteless pandering, and the makers’ desire to go beyond the initial funny .
John Paul Dollar, 85, of Manhattan, died Saturday, July 18, 2015, at the Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community in Manhattan. He was born Oct. 20, 1929, in Guthrie, Oklahoma. He was the son of John and Frances Kotnek Dollar. He had been a resident of Manhattan .
Elfrieda Daily, 91, died surrounded by her family on Monday, July 20, 2015. The family provided some of the following information. She was born and raised in Andale. She was the daughter of Leo and Elenora (Winter) Hecht. During World War II she .
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