Riley County Police Director Brad Schoen isn’t buying Rusty Wilson’s story that something has changed concerning how much attention police place on enforcing alcohol laws at Wilson’s bars. At the last month’s Riley County Law Board meeting (March 22), Wilson — owner of
Law enforcement officers can find themselves in touchy situations, and sometimes things go wrong. Melodie Pooler and her family have witnessed firsthand one horrible day for the Riley County Police Department — and she believes more training and preparedness might have avoided some of the bitterness
JUNCTION CITY — A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for a man facing murder charges in Riley and Geary counties. Anthony Nichols, 33, of Kansas City, appeared Tuesday morning for a status hearing in Eighth Judicial District Court. Nichols faces first degree murder and robbery charges in
WESTMORELAND — Property sales in Pottawatomie County took a significant jump in March and remained consistent with sales for the same time period the previous two years. There were 57 property sales in March, 16 more than the previous month and in line with sales in March of 2012
This week is seeing 24 industry professionals taking on the role of College of Business Administration professor as part of the second Executive Professor-for-a-Day program at K-State. The executives have been paired up with 37 different class sections over the week, ranging from the undergraduate business foundations
A passion for changing the world is deeply rooted in Kansas State University student Ross Allen, junior in economics and philosophy, Soldier, which has earned him a 2014 Harry S. Truman Scholarship. The Truman scholarship is a national competition that provides up to $30,000 for graduate study
Kansas State University has been educating adult learners off campus for more than four decades through the Division of Continuing Education. To more accurately reflect K-State’s international ties and global reach, the Division of Continuing Education has been renamed Kansas State University Global Campus.
Hundreds of children scavenged for Easter eggs, leaving not one of the 4,000 of them behind in the fields of Northeast Community Park. The hunt happened Saturday morning along with a 5K race for adults and a Rabbit Dash for children. It was a fundraiser to
As much as Army Sgt. Aiden Hinkley believed in the concept of a one-stop shop of services for sexual assault victims in the military, he and his supervisor weren’t certain anybody would show up. After all, only two other U.S. Army installations in
If you plan on eating those Easter eggs after you’ve dyed them, pay attention to how you cook them, says a K-State food safety expert. Londa Nwadike, who works at K-State’s Olathe campus, offers these tips on how to keep bacteria out of
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