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  • USD 383 board votes to keep mascot

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board retained Manhattan High School’s Indian mascot on Wednesday but left the door open for more discussion and a possible change in the future.

  • Stingray fix wins narrow approval

    A divided Manhattan City Commission on Tuesday narrowly approved repairing a feature at City Park Pool.

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  • Wingstop1 Collin Klein part owner of Aggieville Wingstop location

    Wingstop opened at 1126 Moro St.

  • Mascot first agenda item

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will consider removing or keeping the Manhattan High School Indian mascot during its meeting on Wednesday.

  • Shining What exactly is a ‘shining’ at Manhattan High?

    Q: One of the speakers during the public forum about the MHS Indian mascot said that he was “ shined” over the Indian in the floor .

  • Phillips wins GOP leadership position

    A Manhattan lawmaker will help lead the Kansas House of Representatives.

  • Firemhk Monday fire causes $75,000 in damage to Manhattan home

    A house fire Monday afternoon caused a total of $75,000 in damage, according to a report from the Manhattan Fire Department.

  • Weather could delay reopening of Excel Road

    After approximately seven months of construction, Excel Road east of Manhattan will reopen to traffic on Wednesday.

  • Wilson moves to lower his pay

    County Commissioner Ben Wilson volunteered to lower his salary to match that of commissioner-elect Marvin Rodriguez on Monday.

  • Ag1 Roberts discusses new farm bill at Farm Bureau meeting

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  • Boysandgirls New Boys & Girls Club director has fostered 158 children

    Pamela Nealey has always enjoyed caring for and mentoring children.

  • City to weigh Genesis rezoning

    The Manhattan City Commission will consider Genesis Health Clubs’ proposed gym Tuesday.

  • County mulling extension proposal

    The Riley County commission is mulling over a recent proposal to create an extension district with Pottawatomie County and possibly Marshall County.

  • Mascot’s fate rests with 7 on board

    After almost a year of hearing opinions on the use of Manhattan High School’s Indian mascot, the seven Manhattan- Ogden board members will be tasked with making a decision on its future.

  • Mayor’s parade lights up Manhattan in ‘magical’ fashion

    The streets of Manhattan lit up Friday evening as bicycles, fire trucks, bands and trains paraded through town.

  • Levi Smith named chair of Riley County Democrats

    Levi Smith is the new chair of the Riley County Democratic Party.

  • K-State to help farmers weather ag economy downturn

    WICHITA — Kansas farmers who are facing some hard decisions due to another down year for farm income and a pessimistic outlook for 2017 are getting help from agricultural experts at Kansas State University.


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