Jerred Snyder and his attorney have been given more time to prepare for his upcoming jury trials. Riley County District Judge John Bosch granted the request from Snyder’s attorney, Jillian Waesche, on Monday. Waesche was appointed to represent Snyder on July 28, about a month
A Kansas State University accounting professor has received the Special Recognition Award from the American Institute of CPAs. Dan Deines, the KPMG Ralph Crouch professor of accounting in the university’s College of Business Administration, is the 23rd recipient of award, which is given to
Yellow buses loaded and book bags packed, Manhattan-Ogden students went back to school today, a summer vacation over once again. At Lee Elementary School, the class of 2027 started kindergarten by gathering in the school’s music room. Most of the children were ready to begin
The Kansas Sierra Club on Monday criticized the Kansas Department of Health and Environment’s push to shut off the air quality monitor more than a year ago at the Konza Prairie Biological Station. As The Mercury reported oat the time, this monitor, which had
Riley County Chief Judge Meryl Wilson on Monday sentenced convicted rapist Tony Lewis to 77 years in prison for three incidents in 2009 involving Manhattan women. Wilson originally sentenced the 24-year-old, former Fort Riley soldier in 2010 to five life sentences for two counts of rape, three counts
A K-State expert on Ebola says the deadly virus won’t be studied at the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility under construction in Manhattan. Jerry Jaax, K-State’s associate vice president for research compliance and university veterinarian, said as a biosecurity Level 4 lab, NBAF could
It looks like an additional 152 students enrolled in the Manhattan-Ogden school district, according to preliminary numbers released on the first day of school today. That brings the total number of USD 383 students to 5,954 this year, up from last year’s Sept. 20 count of 5,802. “This is
A babysitter and four children escaped unharmed when a fire broke out inside an Ogden double-wide mobile home Monday afternoon. Riley County Emergency Management Director Pat Collins said firefighters responded at about 1:30 p.m. to the residence at 212 Ninth St. Crews began leaving the scene
Photographer Dawoud Bey and University of Chicago associate curator and director of education Hamza Walker will discuss the power of art, its potential as a means of social engagement, and special aspects of the aesthetic research carried out by artists in a conversation at 7 p.
An island vacation is a dream for many college students, but it doesn’t usually require permission from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. That’s exactly what happened for Rachael Gortowski, Rockford, Illinois, a third-year student in the College of Veterinary Medicine at
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