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  • County mulls $9.9M system

    Riley County commissioners voted Thursday to move forward with negotiations on a $9.

  • K-State dedicates building to former provost Beth Unger Bethunger

    The Unger Complex is officially part of the K-State campus.

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  • MAP QUEST Mapquest

    Bluemont Elementary fifth-grader Dakota Krause finds the spot on the map the instructor picked out for students during the Starbase, a military education program that provides real world applications of math and science, at Manhattan’s National Guard Armory on Thursday morning.

  • SPRING PREP Springprep

    Bob Odle, left, cuts down tall grass in front of K-State’s engineering complex while Randy Hobbs waits to rake up the clippings. The K-State workers trimmed the grass to allow it to grow in “nice and green” in the spring and summer, Hobbs said.


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  • KSU creates multicultural center planning group

    K-State will begin planning for a multicultural center on campus.

  • Engineering initiative boosts enrollment, graduates at KU

    Associated Press LAWRENCE - Sam Viron knew coming out of high school that she wanted to major in engineering, and had her heart set on leaving Kansas to do it.

  • WPD: Woman reported missing found safe

    A Wamego woman reported missing was found in the Manhattan area around midday Wednesday, according to the Wamego Police Department.

  • Kansas House advances Medicaid expansion

    Associated Press TOPEKA — The Kansas House on Wednesday advanced a bill expanding Medicaid to more low-income, non-elderly adults, a proposal that was denied votes and floor debates for four years.

  • Two sentenced for hate crime attack against Somalis

    Associated Press WICHITA — Two southwest Kansas men were sentenced Wednesday for their roles in a hate crime attack on three Somalis that a federal judge said flies in the face of everything cherished in this country.

  • Rideshare company Lyft comes to Manhattan

    Uber isn’t the only ridesharing app in town anymore.

  • Snyder touts caring in message to students

    K-State football coach Bill Snyder said in a message to students Wednesday that the university is about people who care about people.

  • ‘The Nerd,’ library book sale, ‘Sticky Traps’ and more

    With the Flint Hills already enjoying spring weather, there is nothing wintery about this w e e k e n d ’ s Farmers Market of Manhattan’s Indoor Winter Market Purchase homegrown vegetables, local meat, baked goods, arts and crafts and much more from 9a.

  • City passes rental registry

    It’s unclear how long Manhattan has discussed ways to better address rental properties.

  • Fakepatties Police say drinking fest will cost $50K-$60K

    Mary Shirk .

  • Republicans yank bill honoring John Carlin

    The Republican caucus on Tuesday pulled a bill that would designate a portion of Interstate 70 in honor of former Gov.

  • Kansas House votes to override governor’s veto of tax hike

    Associated Press TOPEKA — Kansas Gov.

  • Brownback vetoing income tax hike meant to fix budget

    Associated Press TOPEKA — Kansas Gov.

  • Wamego police searching for woman reported missing

    The Wamego Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a resident.

  • Americans buy homes at fastest pace in a decade

    Associated Press WASHINGTON — Americans shrugged off rising mortgage rates and bought existing homes in January at the fastest pace since 2007.


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