A Manhattan man was arrested Tuesday on two Wabaunsee County warrants and given a high bond for an August rape incident. Clayton Skylar Garibaldi, 18, 411 Laramie St., faces charges of rape, aggravated assault, aggravated indecent liberties with a child, aggravated indecent solicitation of a child and
Kansas State University has nominated four students for the 2015 Harry S. Truman Scholarship. The Truman Scholarship recognizes college students who are committed to careers in public service, government or the nonprofit sector. Ciara Chambers, a junior in political science, Spanish and international studies with a
The world will need to produce more food in the next 35 years than it has in its entire history, said a global food expert who spoke at K-State on Monday. A packed McCain Auditorium audience listened to Robert Fraley, the executive vice president and chief
Community leaders are preparing in force for a meeting next month to talk about Fort Riley ahead of a potential troop reduction at the military installation. John Armbrust, the executive director of the Governor’s Military Council, talked about strategies at a Monday intergovernmental luncheon
Riley County Superintendent Brad Starnes has been hired as the new superintendent for Mill Creek Valley USD 329. The board announced the decision to staff members after a special meeting Monday. Starnes, who resigned from his post at Riley County USD 378 effective June 30, said he is
Manhattan Area Technical College student Kaleb James became the last person to file for the Manhattan City Commission race. That brought to six the number of candidates who had filed by Tuesday’s noon deadline for the three seats up for election on April 7. Rich
Riley County neighbors gathered at Bluestem Bistro on Monday night for the Riley County Police Department’s first NextCoffee meeting. NextCoffee was created to supplement Nextdoor, an online social media platform where people can post notices and virtually interact with their neighbors. Riley County agencies,
The Riley County Bomb Squad responded on Monday to the residence of a Junction City man who was arrested last week. Jacob A. Cameron, 22, faces charges of criminal use of explosives, aggravated assault, attempted aggravated arson, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated burglary, damage to property, two counts
The filing deadline to run for area school boards in an April 7 election was Tuesday at noon. Here’s a final list of candidates for USD 383 Manhattan-Ogden, USD 378 Riley County and USD 384 Blue Valley school boards. USD 383: For at-large positions, Leah Fliter, Dave Colburn, Darell
The Manhattan-Ogdent will review site council reports from six elementary schools during a special meeting on Wednesday. Principals from Woodrow Wilson, Ogden, Northview, Marlatt, Lee and Bluemont schools will present their respective reports starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Robinson Education Center.
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