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  • Pott County seeking early renewal of 1 cent sales tax

    The future of Pottawatomie County’s one-cent sales tax could be decided this November — even though the tax isn’t scheduled to “sunset” for another three years.

  • Bill would add $1.1M to K-State budget

    A budget bill in the Kansas Senate could restore some of the money Gov.

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  • JAVA JOB Worker

    A construction worker climbs a ladder at the site of a future Radina’s Coffeehouse and Roastery in the K-State Student Union on Thursday afternoon. The coffee shop is part of the third and final phase of a $25 million union renovation. The project is expected to be completed by the fall 2017 semester.

  • TRAINING TIME Trainingtime

    Using a rack of ribs, Riley County paramedic Jake Perryman, center, conducts a training session Tuesday on how to use a Turkel needle for chest decompression with paramedics Ethan Eastes, left, and Wes Proctor.

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  • Ron Wells jokes about beating suspects with a hose

    Riley County Commissioner Ron Wells on Thursday joked about beating suspected criminals.

  • Planyourweekend Prairie chicken booming, artisan demonstrations and more

    Your first chance to see the mating ritual of prairie chickens is this weekend.

  • RCPD, fort range contract almost done

    The process to secure access to a shooting range at Fort Riley for the Riley County Police Department is almost complete, county counselor Clancy Holeman told commissioners Thursday.

  • City approves eco-devo loan

    The Manhattan City Commission gave unanimous approval Tuesday to the K-State Foundation’s economic development application.

  • Anderson Travel and Leisure calls KSU prettiest campus in state

    For its limestone buildings and copious green space, K-State was named the “most beautiful college” in Kansas by a national travel magazine.

  • Daycare to take over Rambler’s building

    The Manhattan City Commission unanimously passed a plan Tuesday for a daycare to take over the old Rambler’s Steak House and Saloon building.

  • 2 house fires, gas leak keep MFD crews busy Monday

    Two house fires and a gas leak kept the Manhattan Fire Department busy on Monday.

  • Manhattan tax rate in middle of pack

    Manhattan ranks in the middle among the 25 “first class” cities in Kansas in combined city, county and school district property taxes levied.

  • Steak KSU study counters common beliefs about marbling in steaks

    Staff and wire reports A K-State study has found the marbling texture of steak makes no difference to consumers.

  • Pott County valuation surpasses $2 billion mark

    The appraised value of property in Pottawatomie County in 2017 surpassed the $2 billion mark for the first time.

  • Fire crews battle weekend blazes

    Riley County firefighters responded to 13 fires over the weekend, saving at least nine structures from damage.

  • Neighbors6 Dietitian works with families to figure out their nutrition routines

    Hilary Rombeck wants people to know a dietitian does more than help people lose weight.

  • Daycare looks to expand to old Rambler’s

    An area daycare wants to open a new location in a building previously occupied by Rambler’s Steak House and Saloon, and by Kite’s Grille and Bar before that.

  • Comey sees no info supporting Trump’s tweets on wiretapping

    The Washington Post WASHINGTON — FBI Director James Comey on Monday said there is “no information” that supports President Donald Trump’s claims that his predecessor ordered surveillance of Trump Tower during the election campaign.

  • Scorching end to winter shatters 110-year record

    Record temperatures Sunday gave the area a taste of summer before spring even started.


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