K-State officials said Friday tougher admission standards contributed to the school’s first drop in enrollment in nine years. K-State recorded 24,146 students on Monday, when the official census was taken, according to a Kansas Board of Regents’ report. That’s down 620 students, or 2.5 percent, from 2014’
A Wamego woman died Thursday in a single-vehicle accident on Highway 24. Pamela A. Parker, 40, was westbound on Highway 24 near the intersection of Deer Haven Lane at about 10:15 p.m. in a 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer when she drove into the ditch, according to a press release from
Two Dickinson County residents were arrested on Friday in St. George after initially running from police. Parker L. Thompson, 18, Herington, and Ashley B. Loomis, 26, Hope, were arrested after Thompson led a St. George officer on a brief vehicle chase at about 6:30 a.m., according to
The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of a Blaine woman as a motor vehicle accident. Shannon McKeeman Chebultz, 45, was found dead near the intersection of Macy Place Drive and Elm Slough Road after someone called 911 at 4:04 p.m. Sept. 5. According to
Maximum Performance Physical Therapy and Fitness hired Hope Cramer as a physical therapist. Cramer is originally from Cheney. She received her Bachelors of Art degree in kinesiology from Washburn University in 2010. She graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Rockhurst University in Kansas City,
FORT RILEY — For Alexandra Grinston, the days leading up to this year’s Apple Day Festival are bittersweet. Her husband, Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Grinston, has spent the past two years serving as the 1st Infantry Division’s senior noncommissioned officer. After two years living
About 4,000 Fort Riley soldiers will deploy to Kuwait later this year. The 1st Infantry Division’s 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team is preparing for a nine-month deployment that will focus on enhancing regional stability, the Army announced Thursday. About 15,400 soldiers are assigned to Fort Riley. “
Two years ago, two horrible things happened. They had nothing to do with each other. But we now know that the two stories briefly intertwined. In September 2013, Anthony Nichols and James McKenith combined to kill two people, one in Manhattan and one in Junction City.
The events surrounding a road-rage incident that led to the March shooting death of an Ogden man were the focus of a preliminary hearing Friday morning in Riley County District Court. Tierre Wall, 26 at the time of the incident, faces a voluntary manslaughter charge for
Two local men have purchased the Central Kansas Cancer Institute in Manhattan and plan to rename it. Dr. James McAtee and Jeff Mathis, doctor of occupational therapy, announced Thursday that they had bought the facility, formerly owned by Dr. Russell Reitz. They said in a
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