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News - I Wonder

  • I Wonder | August 27, 2013

    Why has the Shakes building sat empty for so long?


    Q: What’s the deal with that place called “Shakes” on Fort Riley Boulevard? It’s been sitting there, closed, for years. How come?

  • I Wonder | August 23, 2013

    Shutdown impact is mostly political


    Q. I see that we may be headed for another government shutdown. Can you tell me how many shutdowns there have been so far in our history, and for the most part, did any of them really have an adverse effect on the country?

  • I Wonder | August 20, 2013

    New building a cleaning service


    Q: What’s that big metal building they’re putting up along Fort Riley Boulevard, near the intersection with Westwood?

  • I Wonder | August 16, 2013

    Will we have new channel?

    Q: Will the new Fox Sports One channel be available on Cox cable here in Manhattan?

  • I Wonder | August 14, 2013

    How does the city take care of its parks?

    Q. I wonder how the city of Manhattan takes care of all its parks. I can think of 10 parks at least, and I see people mowing, but who empties the trashcans, picks up the litter, cleans the bathrooms, fixes the playgrounds, and in general keeps

  • I Wonder | August 12, 2013

    Downtown Hut? Hopefully open by November

    Q: It looks like they haven’t made much progress toward reopening the Hibachi Hut downtown. Is it still going to happen?

  • I Wonder | August 01, 2013

    Who will replace Kidd Kraddick on the radio?

    Q: What are they going to do to replace Kidd Kraddick on the local radio station?

  • I Wonder | July 30, 2013

    The official word: Stadium’s on schedule


    Q: Now that the K-State football stadium addition is in the works, maybe a pre-completion report would be in order for I Wonder. I have several questions: Is the facility really going to be ready for opening day? What if it isn’t? What will

  • I Wonder | July 23, 2013

    One campus project that’s not running out of steam

    Q: I wonder what they’re doing at K-State, digging up the steam tunnels on Claflin. Kinda looks like a game of hide-n-go-seek.

  • I Wonder | July 19, 2013

    The city’s ‘downtrodden’ areas

    Q: Why are there so many rundown houses in the downtown area? I’m talking specifically the area bordered by Laramie, 11th, Poyntz and Juliette. I’ve started taking morning walks and was curious how such valuable real estate could be so poorly maintained. Is

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