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  • Oak Ridge Boys, Pumpkin Patch, Oztoberfest and more

    With one of the most distinctive and recognizable sounds in the music industry, The Oak Ridge Boys have spawned dozens of country hits and a number one pop smash, earned Grammy, Dove, CMA and ACM awards and garnered a host of other industry and fan accolades.

  • K-State helps develop vaccine for Zika virus

    A research team including scientists from K-State’s Biosecurity Research Institute has developed what they hope is an effective Zika virus vaccine.

  • WSJ ranks K-State 8th best in Big 12

    Of the 10 Big 12 schools, K-State is the eighth best university, according to the Wall Street Journal’s list of the nation’s top universities.

  • 8-story buildings allowed in plan

    In an effort to increase high-density housing, city commissioners are finalizing a plan that would allow buildings up to eight stories near campus.

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  • Taste of summer Watermelon1.mercury

    Enjoying the summer sun and the farmers market Saturday morning, area kids cooled down with some juicy watermelon and some light-hearted competition.

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  • Tax sale draws high bid of $23,600 on opening day

    With the start of the Riley County tax sale Wednesday morning, county residents had a chance to make some good — or bad — investments.

  • City to pass on KDOT auction

    While the city is participating in the Riley County’s ongoing tax sale, it will miss out on another upcoming auction.

  • Speaker: Trump’s rhetoric hurting civil discourse in US

    Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has legitimized hateful rhetoric in U.

  • Commission moves forward on building fixes

    Should Pottawatomie County invest money in an aging building that may or may not accommodate its growth needs in years to come? County commissioners debated that issue Monday, but decided to move ahead with two improvements to the County Office Building at Westmoreland.

  • Law board approves workers’ comp plan

    The Riley County Law Enforcement Agency Board unanimously passed a self-funded worker’s compensation resolution at a special meeting Tuesday for the Riley County Police Department .

  • Kedzie outage expected to last through Wednesday

    K-State’s Kedzie Hall lost power Sunday and was still without it as of midday Wednesday.

  • Army fires Grigsby from fort command post

    The commander of Fort Riley has been fired from his duties and the Army is continuing an investigation opened last week, officials said Monday, but they declined to provide any other details.

  • K-State’s enrollment decreases 1.5 percent

    K-State’s overall enrollment has fallen by more than 300 students since last year.

  • University offers few details on possible cuts

    K-State officials said the university would use across-the-board reductions if a proposed $28 million in state appropriations to Kansas universities is implemented.

  • Strecker-Nelson owners seeking buyer for gallery

    The owners of the Strecker- Nelson Gallery are looking for a buyer to take over the downtown establishment.

  • Kansas State researchers awarded $300,000 grant

    Microbes persistently live on plant roots and are critical in promoting healthy plant development by helping the plant acquire nutrients and protect it from microbial pathogens.

  • K-State grads speak about education issues

    This is the transcript of Monday’s Landon Lecture.

  • Sales tax revenue up 3% in September

    Manhattan’s sales tax revenue increased 3 percent in September compared to September 2015.

  • Panel: Schools must look to improve diversity, culture

    Universities have to take measures to create a different culture, said participants in a Landon Lecture Series panel.

  • Official: Tax sale auction list in flux

    The number of properties up for auction at this week’s tax foreclosure sale has dropped from 165 last week to 96 on Monday, and it’s changing daily, said Craig Cox, deputy Riley County counselor.


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