Two major road construction projects got the go-ahead from the Pottawatomie County Commission on Monday.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board has heard a plethora of complaints regarding the hybrid learning model. The district has scheduled a special board meeting and work session for 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Robinson Education Center, to address concerns brought up by parents and teachers.
Drivers’ license services in the Riley County Office Building are suspended until at least Oct. 2 after an employee in the Riley County treasurer’s office tested positive for the coronavirus over the weekend.
For children yearning to draw or adults wanting to connect to their childhood roots, Animationland is the perfect place for people to let their creative juices flow.
Whether the goal is diving deeper into spirituality, weight loss, or wanting to start or quit a habit, the first step in making a change in your life is becoming attuned to your needs, Diane Clark said.
“Food fight!” Don’t worry, I’m not referring to a riot in the school cafeteria. This food fight is a friendly challenge to generate more food for local families who need a hand. This worthwhile competition went so well that it won recognition as an Ag Hero.
Local officials are saying there are some misconceptions about “testing out of quarantine,” which could affect infection rates. They are urging people to finish the mandatory 14-day quarantine if they are notified as a close contact of someone with a positive case.
Republican Sen. Jerry Moran has said he supports GOP leaders’ intention to hold a vote this year on a successor for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but the decision by Kansas’ other senator, Republican Pat Roberts, may be especially significant.
One of the things about being a writer that I enjoy is learning. It’s easy to get stuck in our own little worlds and as time goes on and society changes, we still see the life through the familiar lens we grew up with.
The Manhattan Fire Department is now eligible to receive reimbursement support from coronavirus funding issued by the federal government.
A crowd gathered in Washington, D.C. Thursday evening to honor and dedicate a long-awaited memorial to America’s 34th president, Dwight D. Eisenhower, an Abilene native who also served as supreme commander of Allied Forces during World War II.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic and its spread, city officials are unsure if annual holiday events such as the Mayor’s Spirit of the Holidays Lighted Parade will go on this year.
There were plenty of disappointed teens in the spring when COVID-19 caused the cancellation of the junior-senior prom at Manhattan High School.
Following a four-hour discussion, the Manhattan-Ogden school board voted Wednesday to keep students in the hybrid learning model until at least Oct. 22.
Riley County Commission candidates said on Wednesday they are in favor of increasing transparency and improving the public’s access to meetings.
The former supervisor of the Wamego sewer plant faces federal charges for allegedly dumping untreated sewage into the Kansas River, U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister said Wednesday.
A Riley County health official confirmed Wednesday that three active coronavirus cases and one recovered case are tied to the Riley County office building in downtown Manhattan.
Climate change is at the root of this year’s extreme weather events, from the wild swings between flooding and drought in Kansas to larger hurricanes and some of the worst wildfires the West has seen.
The Pottawatomie County Commission on Monday endorsed an estimated $1.5 million in expenditures from its share of federal funds allocated through the CARES Act.
The Riley County Clerk’s office has received more 8,000 advance voting ballot applications to date, but many of those are likely duplicates, County Clerk Rich Vargo said.
The Kansas Supreme Court on Friday overturned a Riley County man’s convictions for aggravated criminal sodomy following its determination that his counsel violated his Sixth Amendment rights.
Grandparents Day may have looked a little different this year at Flint Hills Christian School but officials said it was still a special event.
As a U.S. Army Corps of Engineer ranger at Tuttle Creek Lake, Angelia Lentz helps people safely connect with the natural world. In a year when people are spending a lot of time in a digital space, she’s glad to get people outdoors.
Fan attendance at Saturday’s K-State football game was well below the 25% limit, but an athletics officials said they really didn’t have any issues with people following the new rules related to the coronavirus.
Two more people have died from the coronavirus, the Riley County Health Department reported Monday. Both deaths were connected to an outbreak at Homestead Assisted Living, 1923 Little Kitten Ave.
Witnesses in a 2017 murder case testified Friday in Riley County District Court that they’d heard the defendants discussing or alluding to the death after it occurred.
It’s time to change the channel. No, I’m not referring to the remote control for your television set, I’m talking about a remarkable broadcaster who found a new channel of communication through which to serve his community.
The U.S. is now six months into the coronavirus pandemic, and Ascension Via Christi Hospital president Bob Copple said the facility has learned a lot about both the disease and its own operations in that time.