The AQ Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications in the College of Arts and Sciences at Kansas State University has been recommended for reaccreditation by a site team from the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications. The team visited the campus
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City commissioners approved a change to the design of the passenger terminal expansion at the Manhattan Regional Airport Tuesday night. The change order will nick the city for an additional $197,875. “It’s circumstance that brings us here, not poor planning,” said airport director Peter Van
A Manhattan elementary school has been in a lockout since Friday, locking its front door and keeping children inside for recesses, district officials said. Woodrow Wilson Elementary School, 312 N. Juliette Ave., has locked its front door for the last several days because of a domestic
A recent report ranked Jeffrey Energy Center in St. Marys as the 12th most polluting plant in the nation based on carbon dioxide emissions. In light of reports like this and pressure from the Environmental Protection Agency, Jeffrey and many other power plants are searching
Gas prices dipped below $3 in Manhattan on Tuesday, the lowest they’ve been in at least a year. The change marks a downward trend across the country that experts say is related to low crude oil prices, less travel and a light hurricane season. The
Politics trumping law? City attorney Bill Raymond told commissioners Tuesday night that their decision to deny the building of a fence came down to politics, not legality. Commissioners spent two hours listening to renters and home owners along the south side of Arbor Heights Drive
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded Tuesday to a report of a possible shooting in Marysville. The department received a 911 call about a possible active shooter at Landoll Corporation, 1900 North St. When officers arrived at the scene they found no evidence of a shooter.
Kansas state troopers were honored recently for their efforts in keeping people safe on Kansas highways. Two troopers were honored with the Kansas Highway Patrol Superintendent’s Award for their efforts following a vehicle pursuit and crash. Master Trooper Bryan Crownover (who is originally from
The KSU Native American Student Association, or NASA, is sponsoring three events in honor of National Native American Month, starting with the first Native American Heritage Day on Thursday. The event will feature displays, dancers and singers. The second Native American Heritage Day will be
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