Police Officer Rodney Cook has announced his retirement from the Riley County Police Department. Cook began his career with the department in March 1987 as a police officer. He will retire effective Oct. 1, 2014, after 27 years of service. Cook has served the Riley County Police Department and
Varney and Associates, CPAs, hired Julie Spiegel, CPA, as a senior manager. Spiegel joined the firm in September after a long tenure at a Manhattan-based agriculture lending company that provided tax and financial accounting services to its farm and ranch customers. She holds a Bachelor
Inge Jorgensen Seiler is the director of business development for Colbert Hills. Seiler’s primary role is to become immersed in the Manhattan community, building relationships with businesses and community members. Prior to joining Colbert Hills, Seiler spent seven seasons as the assistant director of
The company that was dismantling a communications tower near Blaine when it collapsed and killed two workers in March has been cited for two willful and four serious safety violations related to the accident. The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health
A fire in Ogden Thursday night caused a garage to collapse and severely damaged a house before being extinguished. Firefighters responded to the blaze at 229 12th St. at about 9:30 p.m. and were there until about 1:30 a.m. Officials aren’t certain how the fire
Q: Can you compare the jurisdictions of the Riley County Police Department and the Kansas State University Police Department? Do their jurisdictions ever overlap in any way? A: The areas each department covers are a bit more fluid than they may at first appear. Per
Sabrina McMiller smiled as her washing machine hummed in the background. It was a sound that wasn’t heard earlier in the week at McMiller’s residence, which she shares with her husband and four children, in Riverchase Mobile Home Park. “You can’t do
Plans for a winery and event center in Riley County can move forward after Riley County commissioners unanimously approved a rezoning request Thursday. David and Daniel Tegtmeier of Bern requested the Riley County Commission rezone a 152.7-acre tract of land from an agricultural district to
Manhattan Christian College has a new mascot, officials announced this week. The college’s mascot is now the Thunder, represented by a navy shield with a lightning bolt. “We started looking probably within the last year to nine months ago,” MCC athletic director Shawn Condra
The city’s 2014 sales tax receipts are currently outpacing the “banner year” of 2012 through September. The city had $832,645 in sales tax receipts this month, according to the September sales tax report from finance director Bernie Hayen. The report reflects sales from late July and August.
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