The Riley County Health Department has confirmed two cases of the United Kingdom coronavirus variant in the county, but the two have since recovered.
Making food for someone should be its own love language, and what better way to show your mother you love her than by cooking a meal for her? This Mother’s Day, consider trying your hand in whipping up any of the following savory or sweet brunch recipes.
Pawnee Mental Health requested almost double its previous allocation from the Riley County Commission on Thursday, citing increased demand for mental health and substance abuse services.
When classes resume next fall, K-State won’t limit the number of people in a given room or require cleaning rooms between each class.
There is still plenty of time to get something great for the mom, stepmom, grandma, or other woman in your life to celebrate her this Sunday. And there are plenty of places to get her a gift.
A Junction City steakhouse that recently burned down and an Abilene hotel that closed in 2020 because of the pandemic announced Tuesday they are reopening under a new brand, Legacy Kansas.
The Riley County Police Department on Tuesday celebrated 30 years of continuous accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.
A jury convicted a Grandview Plaza man on 21 charges stemming from a murder-for-hire plot in 2018, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said Tuesday.
Like many businesses and entities nationwide, Big Lakes Developmental Center also is experiencing a labor shortage, Lori Feldkamp, the center's president and CEO, said Monday.
The executive director of McCain Auditorium at K-State says he’s making plans to bring a few live events back to the calendar this fall.
Riley County commissioners on Monday approved a $380,700 contract with Ebert Construction Company of Wamego for the Senn Road bridge replacement project.
The Riley County Health Department has released more information about the previously unreported seven deaths the county learned about last week.
The sounds of squealing and excited children, chirping chicks and meowing kittens filled a barn at A&H Farm on Sunday.
Just as soon as Karen Wille, co-owner of Smokin’ Wille’s BBQ food truck, took a customer’s order on a recent weekday while parked in the Home Depot parking lot, Lisa Leikam, an employee and longtime friend of Karen’s, worked off to the side, assembling a pulled pork sandwich and spooning mac…
With its latest commissioned project gracing the downtown alley across from The Chef on Fourth Street, Incite MHK added a fifth mural to its ongoing effort of bringing more public art to Manhattan.
Students at Manhattan Catholic Schools celebrated Arbor Day on Friday and continued their environmental studies by planting a new tree.