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OGDEN — Though Aggieville businesses have officially scheduled Fake Patty’s Day celebrations for March 21, the Riley County Police Department is still preparing to have more officers out the weekend before spring break.

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Residents may soon be asked to participate in a housing market analysis and policy strategy study.

Rep. Tom Phillips, R-Manhattan, said Saturday that he stands by his vote against putting an anti-abortion amendment on primary ballots while advocating for voters to decide during the general election.

“That shows a lot of pride.” This statement applies when we see a community that is clean and neat, with active businesses and busy downtown buildings. Today, we will visit a group of community volunteers who are utilizing their pride – and the Kansas PRIDE program – to benefit their rural town.

There have been no cases of the coronavirus in Kansas and the risk remains low, but Riley County Health Department officials are planning ahead in case of a future outbreak.

A multi-vehicle wreck caused by slick roads near the intersection of Tuttle Creek Boulevard and Kimball Avenue left one woman injured and disrupted traffic for hours on Wednesday evening.

Residents may see more of the university police force patrolling in new areas in town since an updated policing agreement between the Riley County and K-State police departments went into effect in January.

Manhattan mayor Usha Reddi used a personal story while providing testimony Tuesday on a Kansas House bill that aims to extend the time for a person to come forward if they were sexually abused as child.

JUNCTION CITY — Post Malone, the American rapper, singer, songwriter and producer, created quite a buzz with a new tattoo on his face of a bloody buzz saw this past week. It was inked by local artist Ruben Reza from Junction City Tattoo.

The Riley County Historical Museum will display a letter written by Susan. B Anthony, a 19th century women’s rights advocate and champion, beginning Tuesday.

The Manhattan City Commission on Tuesday will consider whether to make a section of 12th Street in Aggieville look more like a road or more like a pedestrian plaza.