A former Kansas State football player and father of an Oklahoma State player says he was the victim of racial profiling by stadium police at the schools’ game in Manhattan on Nov. 1. Steve Clark, 55, a former Wichita North football coach and one of two African-American
The Riley County Police Department arrested a Manhattan man as part of an ongoing investigation into the distribution of illegal narcotics in the Manhattan and Riley County area. Connor James Yeager, 19, 9104 Tonya Terrace, was arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of
Wamego USD 320 will be closed on Thursday, December 18.
FORT RILEY, Kan. – Fort Riley will operate on a two hour delay Thursday, Dec 17. Soldiers report at 9 a.m.; civilians 2-hour delay. Exception: Irwin Army Community Hospital is operating on a normal work schedule. Questions, contact your supervisor.
Kansas State University climatologist Mary Knapp said the best Manhattan residents could hope for is a small amount of snow Wednesday night into Thursday moring. Her only wish is that temperatures aren’t warm enough to bring ice. “What we know is that we don’
It took nearly a month, but Mayor Wynn Butler will finally get to appoint the person he wanted to the Riley County Law Enforcement Agency Board. Commissioner John Matta resigned his citizen-at-large seat during Tuesday’s Manhattan City Commission meeting, which paved the way for
The hotel occupancy rate is down about 1 percentage point, according to the Manhattan Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (CVB) quarterly report. CVB director Karen Hibbard presented data at the Manhattan City Commision meeting on Tuesday from Smith Travel Research, which included information on hotel performance.
Two former MHS athletes were armed with handguns when they allegedly stole 8 ounces of marijuana in July, according to court records. Trey Latrell Campbell, 21, 1122 Garden Way Apt. B, and Ty Lee Anthony Suggs, 21, 1230 Colorado St., were arrested for one count of aggravated robbery and one
There’s still time to get your Christmas wish lists to the North Pole. This year, The Mercury is helping Santa Claus by delivering letters from kids in the Manhattan area. The Mercury will deliver the letters and publish them in an upcoming edition of
There may be a move afoot in the 2015 Kansas legislative session to change the method of appraising agricultural land in the state. At an agricultural market workshop last week at Topeka, Pottawatomie County Appraiser Lois Schlegel learned that legislators from Kansas’ “big five” counties are
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