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  • Birds cause brief power outage for K-State campus Power.phatch

    Kansas State University’s lights went out Tuesday morning, leaving much of campus without power for the beginning of the work day — thanks to birds. Steve Logback, the associate vice president of K-State communications and marketing, said he received a .

  • Flood damage to exceed $76,000

    Damage in Pottawatomie County from last week’s flooding will likely exceed the $76,000 threshold needed to seek financial reimbursement through the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA). Chris Trudo, emergency management director, told county commissioners Monday he made the required verbal .

  • Birds cause brief power outage for K-State campus

    Kansas State University’s lights went out Tuesday morning, leaving much of campus without power for the beginning of the work day — thanks to birds. Steve Logback, the associate vice president of K-State communications and marketing, said he received a .

  • Man arrested on 2 counts of sodomy

    Riley County police on Monday arrested a convicted sex offender for aggravated criminal sodomy. Jase Derek Stanton, 28, 511 Fremont St., is confined in the Riley County Jail on $75,000 bond after police investigated an incident that occurred Saturday night. Police said two .

  • Commissioners consider addressing junk, weeds on private properties

    Pottawatomie County commissioners Monday began a discussion of researching zoning regulations to control the accumulation of junk and trash and overgrown vegetation on private property. The issue has been on the county’s radar for a number of months, following .

  • TSA failure rate is alarming

    Somewhere — perhaps in an ISIS stronghold or a residence in Mogadishu or even in an American city — enemies of the United States must be kicking themselves over the opportunities they’ve missed to blow more U.S. airliners out of .

  • Manhattan man charged with illegal sale, export of firearms

    A Manhattan man has been charged in federal court with 18 counts related to the illegal sale and export of guns, according to an indictment unsealed Tuesday. Michael Andrew Ryan, 35, was charged June 3 with changing serial numbers, causing people to make .

  • Don’t ordinary Kansans also deserve tax breaks?

    To the Editor: I have been reading about and listening to all of the good things our governor, Sam Brownback, has been doing for Kansas. I think he and our president come from the same school; neither has any common .

  • The dour-faced woman says little; the queen nods, waves

    To the Editor: I’ve been having a bad dream lately, a nightmare, really. In the first part, the scene is England, and white horses pull a gold carriage carrying the queen. She nods, smiling and waggles her loose wrist .

  • PETER FLANNERY

    Peter Flannery, 84, died Tuesday, June 2, 2015, at the Bob Dole VA Hospital Hospice House in Wichita. He was born Feb. 2, 1931, in Los Angeles. He was a painter by trade and retired in 1992. He served in the Army during the Korean War .

  • M. NANCY DODDS

    M. Nancy Dodds, 86, of Blue Rapids, died on Saturday, June 6, 2015, at Blue Valley Senior Living in Blue Rapids. Nancy was born June 17, 1928, at Russton, Indiana, to Ralph and Kathryn (Stephens) Jackson. She worked many years as an LPN. When she .

  • ROBERT SUTTERLIN

    Robert Cecil Sutterlin, 75, of Westmoreland, died Wednesday, May 13, 2015, at his home. Bob was born April 6, 1940. He was the son of Cecil and Naomi Immenschuh Sutterlin. He worked many years in the maintenance department as a mason for Kansas State University.&.





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