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  • City identifies parking as key to Aggieville plan Aggievilleplan1

    City officials identified increased parking as a necessity for any density growth in Aggieville.

  • Board to keep noon meetings

    The Riley County Law Enforcement Agency Board will continue to meet at noon on the third Monday of each month.

  • Commerce nominee says NAFTA top priority

    The Washington Post WASHINGTON — Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross singled out changes to the nation’s free trade agreement with Mexico and Canada on Wednesday as “the first thing” he would address if confirmed to lead the Commerce Department in President- elect Donald Trump’s administration.

  • City to decide fate of vacant house at March 7 hearing

    The Manhattan City Commission set March 7 as the hearing date to determine if the house at 1119 El Paso Lane is unsafe.

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    From left, Sam Anderson, of Green, and Matt Coulson, of Abilene, remove an old sign in preparation for a new one at Allstate in downtown Manhattan on Wednesday morning.

  • BACK TO CAMPUS Ksuwalking

    Kansas State students walk past Hale Library on Tuesday morning, the first day of the spring 2017 semester.

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  • For third-straight time, Earth sets record for hottest year

    WASHINGTON — Earth sizzled to a third-straight record hot year in 2016, government scientists said Wednesday.

  • Hibachehut1 Revamped Hibachi Hut now serving downtown

    Hibachi Hut reopened Tuesday after months of revamping the menu and restaurant space.

  • USD 383: Board to name mascot panel

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board is expected to announce who will serve on a committee to address issues surrounding Manhattan High School’s Indian mascot during its next meeting.

  • Poll says Trump draws low marks for transition, response to Russian hacking

    After a tumultuous campaign and transition, President- elect Donald Trump will take the oath of office Friday as the least popular incoming president in at least four decades, but a majority of Americans nevertheless express optimism that he will be able to fulfill campaign pledges to boost the economy and deal with threats of terrorism, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.

  • Icemelt Warmer temps help Manhattan avoid ice storm

    Warmer temperatures than predicted helped Manhattan avoid the worst of an ice storm over the weekend.

  • Trump continues Twitter assault

    NEW YORK — His inauguration days away, President- elect Donald Trump is continuing to lash out at critics in the intelligence community and Democrats in Congress who are vowing to skip his swearing-in ceremony.

  • Neighbors116 Manhattan man’s job keeps his eyes on sky

    With new technology, we can get a bird’s-eye view of places we thought we knew, and a local man is using this ability to explore.

  • Commission to consider updated ’Ville plan

    City commissioners on Tuesday will hear a proposed update on plans in the Aggieville area.

  • Protests across US denounce Trump

    WASHINGTON — Protesters gathered Saturday to support immigrant rights at rallies around the U.

  • Prepforstorm Residents load up on batteries, snacks ahead of storm

    As the forecast for ice was being pushed back Saturday, Manhattanites cautiously prepared for the storm.

  • US midsection grapples with pesky ice storm; more on way

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  • Cavalry Fort Riley’s mounted color guard to participate in inaugural parade

    A group of Fort Riley soldiers will participate in the 58th inaugural parade after President-elect Donald Trump is sworn in Friday.

  • Kansas election officials threw out thousands of ballots

    WICHITA — Kansas election officials threw out thousands of uncounted provisional ballots cast in November, mostly because the state had no record that those residents were registered voters.

  • Bed time stories become published book

    “Grandma, tell me a story!” Those words are a call for story time.

  • Ice storm could cut power to area

    An ice storm warning is in effect in the area, and weather experts are advising eastern Kansas residents to prepare for power outages and avoid driving starting tonight.


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