• Area home sales continue to climb

    Residential home sales continue to rise in Riley County, and the median sale price is so far outpacing 2014. County appraiser Greg McHenry told commissioners Thursday that his office logged 453 home sales through May, an increase of 45, or 11 percent, from the .

  • Regional council seeks new senior planner

    The Flint Hills Regional Council delivered some bad news — and then some good news — over the past few days. First, the intergovernmental organization announced that senior planner Jeff Adams had resigned to take a job in St. Marys, Georgia. Since .

  • Guggisberg: Manhattan deserved better at state meet Grant.phatch

    The track meet wasn’t over, but you could already see the disappointment on all of their faces. The Manhattan High boys’ track team, which performed about as well as it could have last weekend at the all-class state track .

  • Naming field for Lane appropriate

    Lew Lane is nothing short of a local legend. He coached at Manhattan High School for more than two decades, winning more than twice as many football games as anybody else in the history of the school. His impact on .

  • International unmanned vehicle systems board elects K-State Salina staff member

    SALINA — Kansas State University Salina’s unmanned aircraft systems program continues to demonstrate its leadership in the industry with the election of one of its staff members to the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, or AUVSI, board of directors. .

  • ROBERT JAMES VERSCHELDEN

    Robert James Verschelden, 82, of Manhattan, died on Tuesday, June 2, 2015. He was loved by many and liked by all, the family said. The family provided some of the following information. Bob was born in Topeka on August 3, 1932, and raised in St. .

  • DENNIS SMITH

    Dennis Smith, 73, died Sunday, May 31, 2015. A Memorial Service will be held in his honor at 11 a.m. Friday, June 5 at First Baptist Church, 2121 Bluehills Road, Manhattan. A graveside service will be at 3 p.m. Friday, June 5 at Memorial Lawn Cemetery, 2000 .

  • Wine in the Wild, garden tours and more

    The parties in Manhattan are heading outdoors this weekend. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is the theme for the 11th annual Garden Gala, benefiting the K-State Gardens. Featuring cocktails and heavy hors d’oeuvres, a silent auction, .

  • 17ers sweep in season opener

    The American Legion Manhattan Manko 17ers opened their season with a pair of wins over the Kansas Senators Tuesday evening on the road, winning Game 1, 5-2, and taking the nightcap, 7-5, in 10 innings. The team has a new look, as .

  • USD 383 granted more tax power

    Sixty-four percent of voters gave their approval for USD 383 to raise its local option budget authority up to 3 percentage points. Voters cast 8,731 mail-in ballots in the election that ended at noon Tuesday. The turnout of nearly 36 percent was well above .

  • Manhattan delegate wins state office in mock government Boystate1.phatch

    A Manhattan High School student was elected as the commissioner of insurance of the American Legion Boys State of Kansas on Tuesday. Joshua Schwartz, who will be a senior, beat Luke Lozenski of Leavenworth in Tuesday’s election. Held annually .

  • Commissioners move to hike parking fines

    It will cost drivers a bit more if they park illegally in the near future. The Manhattan City Commission unanimously approved the first reading of a reorganization and consolidation of parking ordinances. The change in parking fines for limited-time parking, .





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