Q. When did the Manhattan Fire Department quit responding to calls in the rest of Riley County? When someone has a car accident outside of town, they send a fire truck. When they have a fire and live outside of town, they don’t — instead,
Q: I have not yet received a statement from a firm that handles my investments and that I need in order to file my income taxes. Is there a legal deadline?
Q. There’s a building out on the highway by the airport that looks like an antiques store that says “Time Machine” on the outside. I can’t find any information about it. Is it an operating business? If so, what are the hours, etc.?
Q: What are they building just west of the animal shelter?
Q. As I travel around the outskirts of Manhattan and on the main roads I can’t seem to help but notice all the trash in ditches. With the number of Adopt-a-Highway groups backing out of volunteering, I got to wondering… We have inmates in
Q: Near the county shops they have erected a metal building that a sign says is “The Flint Hills Transportation Agency” What organization is this?
Q: I heard the other day that Dial sold off the downtown redevelopment area. Is that true?
Q: The Manhattan city government charges fees when firefighters or police have to respond to more than three false alarms at a location in a calendar year. How often has the fire department responded to false alarms at schools? How much in fees, if any,
Q: What’s the deal with the burglary at Grand Slam Sports? I read in the paper that the cops had identified a suspect, and that the suspect was “cooperating” and that they had recovered most of the stolen stuff. If that’s true, why
Q: There’s a lot of talk about the region’s new MPO, which I understand is mandated by federal law. How is it different in function from the non-mandated RPO and how are both funded?
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