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  • Board to hear long-term proposals

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will spend a night listening to proposals from architecture firms that want to help plan the school district’s future.

  • Fire at west Dairy Queen causes ‘extensive’ damage

    The Manhattan Fire Department put out a fire at the west-side Dairy Queen Tuesday morning.

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  • Open for business Atrium

    K-State business administration building ready for students

  • Taste of summer Watermelon1.mercury

    Enjoying the summer sun and the farmers market Saturday morning, area kids cooled down with some juicy watermelon and some light-hearted competition.

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  • Son of businessman found dead in home

    The adult son of the president of Farrar Corporation was found dead Monday morning.

  • Bridge repair to coincide with fall harvest

    It could be a bitter harvest for area farmers planning to use the Belvue Bridge to transport grain this fall.

  • LaPolice officially on 1st District ballot

    Alan LaPolice of Clyde is officially on the ballot in the race for Kansas’ 1st District congressional seat.

  • Pilot ‘blessed’ to make landing

    The parents of two K-State students are staying in Manhattan longer than they planned after the private plane they were flying made an emergency landing Saturday.

  • County looks to reopen building talks with KSU

    Riley County has attempted to reopen negotiations with K-State about provisions of a possible lease to move Emergency Medical Services headquarters into the Manhattan Fire Department facility, county counselor Clancy Holeman said Monday during the Riley County Commission meeting.

  • KSU’s Wefald Hall wows students, parents on move-in day

    They don’t build dorms like they used to, which some would say is for the best.

  • Hale Library to cut hours

    K-State’s Hale Library will cut its 24-hour weekday schedule this fall to save money, university officials said.

  • Plane makes emergency landing near MHK

    A pilot on approach to Manhattan Regional Airport Saturday made an emergency landing in the Flint Hills south of the city.

  • EDUCATION NEWS

    LOCALS GRADUATE FROM WICHITA STATE Nearly 1,900 students completed degrees at Wichita State University at the end of the 2016 spring semester.

  • AREA BUSINESS NEWS

    Child academy to shut down The Cultural Enrichment Academy, Inc.

  • Former Joint Chiefs chair Gen. Vessey dies at 94

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  • Riley County tax foreclosure sale scheduled for two days

    Riley County will have a two-day tax foreclosure sale next month.

  • KSU names VHC leader, announces VP leaving

    K-State named a director for its Veterinarian Health Center and announced the departure of a vice president on Friday.

  • Fort Riley announces upcoming gate changes

    Several changes are scheduled to occur soon at some of Fort Riley’s gates.

  • Estabrook to appear on ballot in state race

    Manhattan-Ogden school board member Aaron Estabrook will run as an independent for the State Board of Education after a successful petition.


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