• Bridge bids come in below estimate

    Bids for a proposed bridge replacement southeast of Manhattan generally came in below estimate during a bid opening at Thursday’s Riley County Commission meeting. County engineers had anticipated the replacement to cost $274,000, but three of the four bids were .

  • Board discusses options to relieve school crowding

    Manhattan-Ogden school board members brainstormed for possible solutions to a crowding issue in some USD 383 schools at a Wednesday retreat. Numbers from a Jan. 22 enrollment count show that there are 555 kindergartners enrolled among the district’s nine elementary schools, one .

  • Texada, Woods lead Wildcats past Jayhawks, 55-48

    LAWRENCE — In a span of eight minutes Wednesday night, Kansas State built its largest lead of the game, lost it and then regained it again to finish off a season sweep of the rival Kansas Jayhawks with a 55-48 victory .

  • Big 12 office reprimands K-State

    After reviewing the events following Kansas State’s 70-63 win over Kansas on Monday, Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby issued a public reprimand to the school on Wednesday. Bowlsby was upset with both the contact between fans and visiting players and .

  • LOIS DICKSON

    Lois Ann Blenn Dickson, 82, of Westmoreland, died Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. She was born May 6, 1932, in rural Louisville. She was daughter of Charles and Alice Tucker Miller. She married Louis E. Blenn .

  • ‘SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water’ not for everyone Christopher.conner1

    A decade has passed since the improbable cartoon hero SpongeBob Squarepants skipped across the big screen. The lovably clueless character from his own long-running series on Nickleodeon has faced any number of threats and complications armed only with a Pollyanna .

  • DOROTHY OLNEY

    Dorothy Elaine Olney, 87, died Monday, Feb. 16, 2015, at her residence in Manhattan. The family provided some of the following information. She was born on July 28, 1927, in Muskegon Heights, Mich. She was daughter of Edward Roger and Dorothy Mae (Adams) Washburn. When .

  • OLIVER G. RUSS

    Oliver George Russ, 94, of Seneca, died Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015, at Life Care Center of Seneca. He was born Aug. 10, 1920, on a farm southwest of Kelly. He was the son of George C. and Pauline Wilhelm Russ. He first attended rural schools .

  • Tallgrass expects production at new facility to start soon Tallgrass3.phatch

    After having been home to a call center for Western Wireless, Alltel Wireless and Verizon Wireless, the building at 5960 Technology Circle is almost ready for its new purpose. Early next month, Tallgrass Brewing Company will start producing beer in its .

  • Residents: Don’t rob jobs fund

    Some residents voiced their concerns about the potential use of the city’s economic development fund Tuesday. The Manhattan City Commission held a work session to discuss projects being funded by the half-cent sales tax initiative for economic development. Voters .

  • Voters grant USD 384 more taxing power

    Residents in the Blue Valley school district voted to increase the school board’s property taxing authority in a mail ballot election completed Tuesday. “I feel very good about it,” Blue Valley USD 384 superintendent Brady Burton said. “I think it’.

  • Manhattan home to state’s ‘best restaurant’ Harrys.phatch

    Manhattan is home to the best restaurant in the state, according to one national website. Business Insider, a website devoted to business and technology news, named Harry’s the best restaurant in Kansas on its list of best eateries in .





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