K-State officials on Monday announced that longtime Dean of K-State Libraries Lori Goetsch will retire at the end of the academic year on May 28.

The Riley County Law Enforcement Agency board on Monday approved about $292,000 in vehicle purchases for the Riley County Police Department.

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.

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.


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.

The Greater Manhattan Community Foundation (GMCF) has opened a Riley County CARES grant program for nonprofit organizations.

Manhattan-Ogden school board members at their meeting Wednesday will consider spending $11,271 for additional textbooks.

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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.

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.