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With American flags in hand and blankets wrapped around them, about 200 people lined the streets and braved cold temperatures and a wintry mix to honor the nation’s veterans at the annual Veterans Day parade Monday in downtown Manhattan.

There might be no Christmas for some children if a local charitable organization can’t find a space for collecting and distributing donated gifts this year.

Q: How was the Bluemont Hotel built without closing one lane of traffic? The private business that is building the hotel on the southwest corner of 12th and Bluemont is closing one lane of Bluemont for over a year while they build their hotel. A private developer closing down a public road f…

Reports of rape in Riley County remained about the same from 2017 to 2018, increasing nearly 4% from 53 to 55, according to a recent Kansas Bureau of Investigation report.

Incumbent Linda Morse, Mark Hatesohl and Aaron Estabrook will be sworn in as Manhattan city commissioners during the Jan. 7 city commission meeting, which is the first commission meeting of 2020.

Two years after a school board vote on a secondary mascot, Manhattan High School students will start to see a student in a wolf costume at sporting events.