• Board to consider buying $27,500 of iPads, tech carts

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will consider approving technology purchases during its next meeting. The board meets 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Robinson Education Center, 2031 Poyntz Ave. The district will consider purchasing 50 iPads and two carts for Lee and Northview elementary schools, .

  • K-State soccer falls at Missouri State, 2-0

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A late first half goal sealed Kansas State’s fate, as the Wildcats dropped a 2-0 contest on the road at Missouri State on Monday at Allison South Stadium. K-State’s record against Missouri Valley opponents fell to 0.

  • New ‘Godzilla’ enjoyable, but read fast

    The “Shin” in the movie title “Shin Godzilla” supposedly means, in Japanese, something like “Reemerges.” And yet Toho Studios, the film’s maker, has never been very far away from its next movie with the huge monster. In fact, “Shin .

  • MHS boys soccer beats Topeka West, 9-1, thanks to strong 2nd half

    It’s not every day a soccer team puts up nine goals. But Manhattan did it on Tuesday night against Topeka West, winning, 9-1. “We’ve had a hard time scoring, so this helps our confidence,” forward Modou Fabruay said. .

  • MHS girls golf finishes 5th at state tourney

    Manhattan girls golf finished fifth at Monday’s state tournament with a team score of 375, which head coach Chris George said is a good place to build on going into next year. “They made good decisions and kept battling through .

  • Big 12 presidents decide to pass on expansion

    GRAPEVINE, Texas — The leaders of the Big 12 decided the conference was just fine the way it is. Ten is enough. Expansion is off the agenda. “This was not a decision to not expand,” Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said. “This was an .

  • Runoff focus of water plan

    The Riley County Public Works Department is working to monitor and improve water quality in the area, in accordance with state law. The county is partnering with the city of Manhattan and has hired a consultant to develop a stormwater .

  • Firefighters battle blaze at Founder’s Hill Fire1

    Several Manhattan fire crews fought to put out a blaze at Founder’s Hill Apartment Homes near the intersection of Claflin Road and College Avenue on Monday afternoon. The fire broke out at Building G, 1401 College Ave., about 3:30 p.m. .

  • Couple racks up nearly 3,000 volunteer hours at RCPD

    Two thousand eight hundred hours is nearly 117 full days, longer than the regular season for K-State football. That’s how many combined hours Chris and Karen Hunter have volunteered as Riley County auxiliary police officers. Chris and Karen served more .

  • Genesis seeking to move waterline

    The Manhattan City Commission will consider a development agreement Tuesday with Genesis Health Clubs regarding the relocation of a waterline. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at City Hall. Genesis Health Clubs is going through the process of building a .

  • Ulta Beauty to take place of mall food court

    The mall food court is no more. Manhattan Town Center is bringing in Ulta Beauty, the largest beauty retailer in the United States, to take over the food court area. This includes the space vacated by Carlos O’Kelly’s, .

  • Deadline to register for Nov. 8 election is Tuesday

    Tuesday is the deadline for Riley County residents to register to vote in the Nov. 8 election. Advance voting will begin Wednesday. County residents will be able to vote on the second floor of the Riley County office building between 8 a..


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