A road less traveled is home to a local business with a European flair. Take the paved road of Scenic Drive to the dirt road of Wildcat Creek Road. Then, take the dirt road of Wildcat Creek Road up the rocky driveway of 1745 Wildcat Creek
Sometime back in March, Karen McCulloh was musing out loud about city elections looming the following month. It was suggested to her that the makeup of the next commission would be especially meaningful. “You mean because I’ll become mayor?” McCulloh said. “I’m excited,
Fort Riley officials said visitor access would return to normal on Sunday after the post limited entry on Saturday. For the Fourth of July holiday, only visitors with authorized sponsors — anyone 18 or older with a Department of Defense identification card — were allowed on Fort Riley.
Manhattan High School Principal Greg Hoyt on Saturday called Ray Kujawa, a former MHS math teacher, coach and Hoyt’s close friend, a “hell of a man,” and said “we’re going to miss him.” Kujawa, 49, died Friday. He was born Feb. 7, 1966. Kujawa was diagnosed
A recent ban on trans fats may have you looking a little closer at the foods you buy, but a Kansas State University food scientist points out you might not find what you’re looking for on the label. In June, the U.S. Food
Children at the Flint Hills Discovery Center on Friday painted fireworks and flags for America’s birthday as they learned about the Fourth of July. The event was a part of the Discovery Center’s Adventure Camp: Flint Hills Flair. Caitlin Luttjohann, the Discovery Center’
Creating two or three neighborhood indoor centers should be the Manhattan parks and recreation department’s top priority, according to a proposed Strategic Facilities Improvement Plan. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will discuss the plan during its meeting at 4:30 p.m. Monday at City
USD 383 could choose to fund employee health insurance from several options that would range in cost to the district between $4.2 million and $5.2 million. The school board heard the details of various plans at its meeting Wednesday. The coverage, under Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Kansas,
Nearing the middle of the month of Ramadan, members of the Islamic Center of Manhattan are working to build awareness of the holiday among non-Muslims. Ramadan, Islam’s yearly fasting ritual during which Muslims consume no food or water from sunrise to sunset, commemorates the
Donors can double their money beginning this weekend when they give to a fund that benefits young people. Donations will be accepted from Sunday through Labor Day for the Yes! (Youth Empowerment for Success) Fund, which has provided support to after-school programs for more than 20
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