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  • Apple Day, OztoberFest, Pumpkin Patch and more

    Ogres, talking (and singing) donkeys, an animated film, apple activities, an eclipse and more ... it’s a weekend filled with family-friendly activities. Presenting the musical tale of an unlikely hero who finds himself on a life-changing journey alongside a wisecracking .

  • Cats lose in 4 sets at rival Kansas

    LAWRENCE — The Kansas State volleyball team held No. 15 Kansas to its second-lowest hitting percentage of the season, but the Wildcats were unable to build upon a second-set win and lost in four games (25-23, 19-25, 25-22, 25-21) Wednesday night in .

  • Officials discover body on post

    A body was found in a vehicle on Fort Riley Tuesday evening, but Army officials have released few details about the investigation. According to a press release, Fort Riley emergency services responded to a report of a vehicle off the .

  • Does Manhattan have a sexual assault response team?

    Is there a sexual assault response team currently available in Manhattan? Yes, Manhattan has a sexual assault response team, but the program recently returned after a short hiatus. Via Christi Hospital is one of only 20 hospitals in the state with .

  • Appeals court hears cases at KSU union

    It’s not often you’ll see shorts and flip-flops in a courtroom — the occasional ornery defendant notwithstanding — but on Tuesday afternoon, the Kansas Court of Appeals eased up the decorum during a session at the Kansas State University Student .

  • City to develop policy to improve alleys near campus

    City administrators will draft a policy that will detail when to improve alleys east of the K-State campus. The Manhattan City Commission discussed on Tuesday how to improve alleys in the Multi-Family Redevelopment Overlay District east of campus. Public works .

  • Police: Final robbery suspect arrested on Tuesday morning

    Police have arrested the fourth — and final — suspect related to a series of robberies earlier this month that led to a lockdown of the Kansas State University campus. Riley County Police Department officers arrested Carson Buckley, 16, Manhattan, in connection with .

  • Indians sweep home quad Mhsvb13.mercury

    The Manhattan High volleyball team turned in a strong performance Tuesday evening at a home quadrangular meet, sweeping all three matches in two sets apiece. The Indians opened against Topeka West, winning 25-9, 25-7, then got their toughest test of .

  • JC reassesses plans for lots after over-building

    JUNCTION CITY — Junction City officials remain optimistic the lots the city took back from developers after overbuilding a decade ago will be sold, even though only two of the first 25 lots offered for sale received bids. The city has 900 undeveloped .

  • MHS soccer grabs road win at Seaman

    Tuesday was an important day in the boys’ soccer Centennial League title race — especially for the Manhattan Indians. The Tribe needed to take care of business against a one-loss Seaman Vikings team on the road, but they also had a .

  • Judicial funding safe, for now

    Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt deserves credit for seeking a court order to protect, at least temporarily, funding for the Kansas judicial system. He filed a petition in Neosho County District Court and won a court order Tuesday that blocks .

  • Arraignments set for 2 in Leonardville meth bust

    Two people charged in connection with drug-related crimes related to a series of search warrants executed last month in Riley County were bound over for arraignment on Tuesday in Riley County District Court. Sara Marie Boatman, 24, Leonardville, faces charges of .


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