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  • County delays EMS move decision

    Riley County is exploring its potential emergency-related challenges before making a decision on moving its EMS department.

  • K-State investigating anti-Semitic sign posted on campus Antisemeticposter

    Someone put an anti-Semitic poster up on K-State’s campus Monday, which was Holocaust Remembrance Day.

  • MHS MASCOT | Group to continue scholarship discussion

    The Manhattan High School mascot committee will continue discussions of creating a new scholarship during its next meeting.

  • Syntax sin: Man’s crime a misdemeanor not a felony

    A Manhattan man sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison was released Monday after serving fewer than 2 years because the Riley County attorney’s office used poor grammar to argue the man had committed a felony.

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    Kameron Banks, a sixth-grader at Lee Elementary, spikes a ball over PVC pipes.

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    Students participate in the promenade on Saturday night before entering prom in Manhattan Town Center. Staff photos by Jackie Dobson

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  • POTT COUNTY | Commission reviews 20-year facilities plan

    A 20-year master facilities plan recommends more than $12 million in new buildings and renovations to current facilities owned by Pottawatomie County at Westmoreland.

  • University Park water shut off Tuesday for repairs

    The University Park water beneft district has six inoperative water valves that Riley County Public Works was scheduled to replace Tuesday.

  • Health dept. aims to help homeless

    Jennifer Green, Riley County Health Department director, told county commissioners Monday morning that homeless youth in USD 383 don’t receive the same health care as their peers, so the department is requesting $289,000 in a three-year period from the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation.

  • Neighbors10 Market owner feeds and paints his world

    Danny Fang feeds the world one person at a time and paints the world one picture at a time.

  • Commission to discuss grease program

    The Manhattan City Commission will hear updates Tuesday about the grease management permit program ordinance.

  • Armyreserve Army Reserve units from Manhattan to deploy in May

    Two Army Reserve units from Manhattan are deploying to Afghanistan and Europe for nine months.

  • KSU’s Willock suspended following Sunday arrest

    A K-State women’s basketball player was arrested early Sunday at Johnny Kaw’s bar in Aggieville for criminal trespass and liquor purchase by a minor.

  • Prom171 Mall, MHS prom still together after 30 years

    An unusual partnership reached its 30th edition Saturday.

  • Myers ups campaign goal to $1.4B

    K-State President Richard Myers announced Friday that the university’s Innovation and Inspiration Campaign has surpassed its $1 billion goal ahead of schedule, and that a new goal has been set: $1.

  • Wwi KSU honors WWI soldiers with ceremony

    K-State’s Memorial Stadium is meant to be a reminder of the impact of the first world war, said Jed Dunham.

  • Medal Stories of 2 WWI veterans for whom KSU buildings were named

    Of the many K-Staters who offered distinguished service in World War I, campus buildings carry the names of two who were faculty members.

  • Artistnbaf NBAF UPDATE | The lab as a buffer against catastrophic outbreaks

    Marty Vanier, DVM Special to The Mercury Today we can see that the construction of NBAF is a physical presence in our community.

  • Christian Books and Gifts to close on May 31

    Christian Books and Gifts is closing after nearly 31 years.

  • Atthepeak Coaches, athletics dominate list of top earners at K-State

    K-State head football coach Bill Snyder cracked the $3 million mark for pay in 2016, as he and his assistants again dominated the list of top earners at the university.

  • Celebrate Arbor Day with area trees

    With a successful Earth Day behind us, it is now time for Arbor Day! The last Friday in April is Kansas Arbor Day.


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