• Danielle Lee Pollack

    Topeka — Danielle Lee Pollack, 27, passed away unexpectedly of natural causes on Thursday, April 13, 2017 at the Stormont-Vail Hospital in Topeka, Kansas. She was born on September 7, 1989 at the Ft. Rucker Army Base in Alabama, the daughter of Armon “Wally” Pollack and .

  • Joseph ‘Joe’ Sotkovski

    Joseph John Sotkovski, Jr, 78, of Manhattan, passed away Friday, April 14th, at the Via Christi Village in Manhattan. Joe was born in Tionesta, PA on December 27, 1938, the son of Joseph John, Sr and Kathryn Lozier Sotkovski. On July 17, 1973, in Nuevo .

  • Vicki Cole

    Graveside services for Vicki Anneberg Cole will be Thursday, April 27, 11:00AM. Meet at Stewart Funeral Home at 10:45AM to follow processional to St. George Cemetery. Vicki died of cancer August 2016. She was cremated. Dr. Rev. Beason from Countryside Christian Church .

  • Kansas State awards Presidential Scholarships to three students

    Kansas State University has awarded the Presidential Scholarship, the largest scholarship award in the state, to three high school seniors from Kansas. Winners of the $20,000-per-year Presidential Scholarship, worth $80,000 over four years, are Kayley Brethour, Lenexa, a homeschooled student; Meera .

  • FOOD INSPECTIONS

    Stagg Hill Golf Club 4441 Stagg Hill Road First operational inspection April 10 Critical violations: 2 • In the reach-in cooler there was a container with an open package of Polish sausages without a date. • In the reach-in cooler there was a container with .

  • EDITORIAL | Taylor seems to be a good fit for KSU

    We’d like to welcome Gene Taylor and his family to Manhattan, and to wish him well. He’s got some major challenges ahead, but at first blush he seems like a good person to tackle them. Mr. Taylor, as .

  • This is not diplomacy; it’s idiocy

    To the Editor: Though I am happy for Mr. Dale Herspring that he gets to rant about our former president at least one more time, I think he’s forgotten a few things since his days as a diplomat. First .

  • Sunset Zoo terrific and getting better

    To the Editor: Manhattan’s Sunset Zoo is an AZA-approved zoo, which puts it at the top of the list of outstanding zoos on a national basis. Our zoo continues to update its facilities and to make visits for young .

  • Ogden, Leonardville to get new fire stations

    Ogden and Leonardville will have new fire stations in about a year. The two buildings will cost $900,000. The Riley County Fire Department will pay $100,000 up front and use a loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the rest. .

  • Pott County approves extending MPO boundary

    The Pottawatomie County Commission Monday authorized the extension of the Flint Hills Metropolitan Planning Organization along the U.S. Highway 24 corridor to the western edge of Wamego. The commission gave its OK following a presentation by Stephanie Watts, transportation planning .

  • RCPD seeks $93,000 for computer upgrades

    The Riley County Police Department is seeking an extra $93,000 next year for computer and tech upgrades. The department sought the increase, up 20 percent from the 2017 budget, for expenses associated with the expansion of technology such as service agreements and license .

  • USD 383: School board to consider AMS network upgrade

    The Manhattan-Ogden school district will consider updating the computer network wiring for Anthony Middle School during its next meeting. The board meets at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Robinson Education Center, 2031 Poyntz Ave. The school district needs to evaluate and upgrade .





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