At least 150 children celebrated Kansas Day at the Flint Hills Discovery Center Wednesday morning. The youngsters sat in the circular foyer on the first floor singing, “Home on the Range” – Kansas’ state song – in celebration of the day, and were rewarded with a helping of
Even before the official 10 a.m. start, people began lining up for food being handed out as a part of the inaugural “Everybody Counts” event. Members of the social services community came together at First United Methodist Church’s Harris Activity Center, 530 Poyntz Ave., to
Manhattan is moving into the digital age — at least in terms of signage. City officials are looking at updating rules for all business signs, but discussion at Tuesday’s commission work session focused specifically on the use of digital signs. There was general agreement that
Manhattan Area Technical College soon should have a large sign on Seth Child Road near Dickens Avenue, pointing where the college is located. “We just wanted to let people know where we are,” said MATC president and CEO Rob Edleston. The college campus sits on 14
Manhattan is on the route of the 40th annual Bike Across Kansas tour. The eight-day, 550-mile ride, begins June 7 at the Kansas-Colorado border west of Elkhart and goes diagonally across the state. Overnight stops include Satanta, Spearville, Ellinwood, Salina, Wamego, Oskaloosa, and Hiawatha. The route
A Wamego man charged of felony theft will have a preliminary hearing next month. Tracy Roberts, 44, a former executive officer with the Flint Hills Area Builders Association, appeared in court Tuesday afternoon in front of Judge William Malcolm. Roberts was arrested Jan. 13 on theft charges
A man arrested in connection with a November armed robbery at Dara’s Fast Lane convenience store has been scheduled for a status hearing. Travis Bowman, 23, was arrested on aggravated robbery and felony theft charges after a Nov. 20 incident at the convenience store, 1816 Claflin Road.
Like many who dedicate their lives to a social cause, Linda Biehl’s story is personal. She believes in justice through peace and reconciliation — called restorative justice — and not retribution. So did her daughter, Amy Biehl, who was killed in an act of political violence
K-State Theatre will kick off the spring semester with “God of Carnage,” a dark comedy by Yasmina Reza, at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 6-8 and Feb. 13-15, and at 2:30 p.m. Feb. 16, all in the Mark A. Chapman Theatre in Kansas State University’s Nichols Hall. “
Jay Siebenmorgen, design principal at the global architecture firm NBBJ, will deliver the annual College of Architecture, Planning & Design’s Diversity Lecture as part of Kansas State University’s Martin Luther King Jr. Observance Week. The lecture will be at 4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30,
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