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.
The Kansas Highway Patrol on Tuesday released more details in a two-vehicle accident last May that resulted in the death of an unborn child. On May 6, 2014, Ryan Routson, 33, 1637 Osage. St., was driving a vehicle when he failed to yield at a stop sign at Tuttle
The City of Manhattan launched its redesigned website on Monday with updated content and a mobile responsive design. Visitors on the website, http://www.cityofmhk.com, can use the “I Want To” tab to navigate to the business they want to conduct with the city. “
The Manhattan City Commission will consider plans on Tuesday for Peace Memorial Auditorium improvements. The work session begins at 5 p.m. at City Hall. Back in December, city administrators met with members of the Friends of Peace Memorial Auditorium group, who expressed interest in raising
Along with school districts, counties and other state-supported entities, Big Lakes Developmental Center could be affected by legislative budget cuts, which has its administrators concerned that those it helps could lose services. Big Lakes director Lori Feldkamp talked to Riley County commissioners about the
A Manhattan man was arrested on a warrant for a 2014 incident contributing to the death of an unborn child. Ryan Read Routson, 33, 1637 Osage St., was arrested on Saturday on a warrant after the Kansas Highway Patrol and Riley County Police Department investigated a May 2014 incident.
ABILENE — Julian Siebert looked down the barrel of an 88-mm artillery gun mounted on a German tank on Christmas Day, 1944. He and the other American soldiers he was with had no choice but to surrender to Germany. They were trapped. The Battle of the Bulge,
TOPEKA — Income tax cuts that are being blamed for a deep state budget deficit were the work of the Legislature and not the governor’s office, Kan. Gov. Sam Brownback told a group of business leaders this week. Speaking at the Greater Topeka Chamber of
The closest analogy might be a stone landing in a pond. Whenever something happens at Fort Riley, ripples move immediately outward through the Flint Hills region — whether it’s a big splash or a tiny little “ker-plunk.” So here’s the current question: Will a
An Ogden farmer and maintenance supervisor filed on Thursday to run for the Ogden City Council. If elected, Brian Still would be serving his third term as a city councilman. He served two terms in the 90s. Still says he’s running because there are
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