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  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency | July 03, 2013

    Man arrested for battery

    Riley County officers arrested a Riley man Tuesday for multiple counts of battery following reports of a domestic disturbance allegedly involving the man. Officer Matthew Droge said Zachary Evans, 21, was arrested for two counts of battery against a law enforcement officer, two counts of domestic

  • Local |Police, Courts, Emergency |Kansas State University | July 02, 2013

    9 K-State students charged with visa fraud

    Nine K-State students from Nepal were indicted by a grand jury Tuesday on federal charges of visa fraud. The indictment alleges the students conspired to maintain their non-immigrant visas by making false statements that they possessed the required funds to pursue their studies and support

  • Local | July 02, 2013

    Drowning victim identified

    Authorities have identified the drowning victim found in Milford Lake Monday as James R. Struthers, 47, Junction City. His body was recovered along the beach area commonly known as Nudie Beach just south of the Milford city boat ramp, Geary County Sheriff Tony Wolf said. Despite

  • Local | July 02, 2013

    CiCo show will go on

    The sky over CiCo Park will be lit up again this Fourth of July thanks to a new sponsor of the annual show. Scott Wempe, assistant golf professional at Colbert Hills, said he volunteered to take over the operation this year from Chris Darrah, who

  • Local |Government, Politics | July 02, 2013

    County reduces tax increase

    The Riley County Commission completed a budget work session Monday that led to lowering the proposed property tax increase from 3.1 mills to 2.7 mills. But those proposed reductions came at a price: reductions in requested funding for several outside organizations. The net result is a proposed 2014

  • Local |Kansas State University | July 02, 2013

    Three from K-State receive Fulbright scholarships

    Two new Kansas State University graduates and one undergraduate student will travel abroad within the next year as part of Fulbright programs. Rob Breeden, junior in biology and premedicine, Overland Park, received a Fulbright Summer Institute scholarship through the U.S.-United Kingdom Fulbright Commission

  • Local |Education | July 02, 2013

    USD 383 to discuss sequestration effects

    The USD 383 school board will hear about the effects of sequestration on Title I funds during its meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Robinson Education Center. The funds have been reduced by $120,795 or 11.03 percent for the 2013-14 school year. Title I funds are given

  • Local |Government, Politics | July 02, 2013

    Kansas to get additional support for retired soldiers

    The Kansas Board of Regents announced Monday that it is partnering in a new KanVet website to serve as a central, comprehensive resource for services the state provides to veterans. KanVet will connect veterans with higher education information and job searching tools designed specifically for

  • Local |Traffic | July 02, 2013

    Roll-over accident on Deep Creek Road

    A St Marys man was hospitalized after overturning his car in the 2100 block of Deep Creek Road Monday evening. Sgt. Brad Ingalls said Darrin Walter, 19, was driving his 2002 Honda passenger car eastbound on the road when he lost control, rolling over in the north ditch.

  • Local | July 02, 2013

    Estabrook running for U.S. Senate

    Aaron Estabrook, who is to join the Manhattan-Ogden School Board Wednesday night, has announced that he is exploring a run for the U.S. Senate. Estabrook would run as an independent “under the banner of ‘The Moderate Party of Kansas.’” More coming in tonight’s

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