The expansion of the Manhattan Regional Airport will begin soon. Airport director Peter VanKuren said a groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for 9 Friday morning, and construction should begin immediately. According to the designs, construction on the first phase of the expansion should be completed by Aug. 1, 2014.
Riley County police arrested four men Sunday and Monday in connection with multiple vehicular burglaries. While investigating reports of the burglaries, police arrested Cole Smykle, 21, of Fort Riley and Raymond Burrus, 20, of Junction City for burglary and interference with law enforcement Sunday at 4:30 a.m.
A celebration of the 100th anniversary of an official partnership between the Boy Scouts of America and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will be held in Manhattan Wednesday night. Guests can view a multimedia presentation, “A Century of Honor” – sponsored by the
Do black cats, bats and witches have you on the run not just at Halloween but year-round? Do you always avoid walking under ladders and stepping on sidewalk cracks? These behaviors can all be linked to a strong belief that has been embedded in human
The Riley County Health Department will no longer offer safety net primary care services – beginning this Friday. Department director Brenda Nickel told the county commission that the Primary Care Clinic has been unable to secure a full-time provider for medical and prescribing services since February.
A 35-year-old Manhattan woman died after being struck by a disabled vehicle that was hit by another car at 8:45 pm Sunday on Interstate 70. The accident happened eight miles south of Manhattan in Geary County. According to a Kansas Highway Patrol report, Dale Colleen Williams died
Spectators sporting K-State purple and Halloween costumes lined the streets around City Park Friday evening for the K-State Homecoming parade. The university’s sororities and fraternities made up the majority of the parade with decorative floats and chapter chants, proving their school spirit before the
Officials broke ground on K-State’s new College of Business Administration building during a ceremony Friday morning. The $50-million, 140,000-square-foot building will sit near Manhattan Avenue and Lovers Lane, east of the president’s house. The facility is to include a 250-seat lecture hall, three 80
An exhibit dedicated to a hero of the Holocaust will move from Kansas State University’s Hale Library to the Kansas Statehouse on Friday, October 25, where it will be on display in the rotunda until October 31. The 20-panel exhibit, “The World Knew: Jan Karski’s
•Manhattan High student Cassidy Harper recently received the distinction of Outstanding Achievement in the National Achievement Scholarship Program. The National Achievement Scholarship Program provides recognition for outstanding black American high school students through the PSAT. Of the more than 160,000 students who currently enter the National
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