Clotilde Benitez, professor and head of the human ecology department at the National University of Asuncion in Paraguay, will give the keynote address Saturday at the meeting of Kansas Paraguay Partners at Kansas State University. The lecture, which marks the group’s 50th anniversary, will
The Kansas Supreme Court unanimously ruled Friday that the state’s education funding is unconstitutional in terms of equity. In the long-awaited decision, it also asked a lower court to further review whether funding is constitutionally adequate. The court heard arguments for Gannon v. Kansas
The Riley County Police Department has begun hashing out numbers with the county law board for its 2015 budget. The department and Riley County Law Board commissioners met Thursday night for the first of two budget workshops. The agency proposed a $1,088,500 increase from its 2014 approved budget
Q: Did they ever catch anybody who set fire to the Strasser Village Apartments near downtown?
A Junction City man was convicted of murder in federal court Thursday, officials said. Marcus D. Roberson, 32, was found guilty of killing a woman four years ago to keep her from giving information to law enforcement officers about his drug trafficking, according to a report
In a week when two popular restaurants reopened in Manhattan, the future of two retailers came into question. For all the excitement about upgraded locations for both McDonald’s and KFC fast food establishments, suddenly there was worry on the retail front when Radio Shack
ST. MARYS — An 11-year-old girl reported she was chased by a white van in St. Marys around 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, but she managed to run home. The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office was notified about the incident, in which it was reported the girl
Manhattan and Aggieville businesses are ready to go for Saturday’s Fake Patty’s Day, as thousands of college students and assorted partiers from around the region celebrate St. Patrick’s Day early. And so, fortunately, are five different law enforcement agencies. “We have had
The USD 383 Board of Education announced Wednesday night that Cleion Morton has been hired as the new principal at Northview Elementary School. Morton is currently the principal at Mill Creek Valley Middle School and Junior High in Paxico, and has served in that position since 2007.
The theme at Wednesday evening’s USD 383 Manhattan-Ogden Board of Education was apology. District managers made it clear they were profusely sorry for errors made while failing to withhold Kansas tax for many employees’ paychecks. “I want to apologize to the teachers and the staff
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