In his final State of the University address as president of Kansas State University, Richard Myers said K-State “is sound, very sound.”
The executive director of the Manhattan Housing Authority said he is working to connect landlords and tenants with state resources to help them pay off more than $9 million in regional overdue rent — and avoid eviction.
Competitors with names like “Ketchup,” “Karen the Wayward Sunflower” and “Papa Dom the Beard” shredded invisible guitars as part of the final Third Thursday event of the year in Manhattan.
Manhattan-Ogden school district officials say the district is experiencing an urgent “shortfall of staff” in almost every department, while board members encouraged each other to seek “outside the box” solutions.
Despite a recent outbreak of COVID-19 cases, the Rock Creek school district is continuing to make mask-wearing optional across its buildings.
Vandalism in the bathrooms at Manhattan High has been ramping up in recent weeks, following a national trend circulating on social media. Manhattan High officials have closed several bathrooms at its two schools because of the damage.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board will consider keeping the district’s mask rule in place for the next five weeks when the board meets Wednesday.
A former New York Times editor and current communications consultant for Kansas State University says she heard the impact of the first plane as it struck the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
As students become more curious about the events of September 11, 2001, teachers in the Manhattan-Ogden school district take different approaches to teaching the events surrounding the terror attacks.
Most large businesses have a CEO – chief executive officer. Some have a COO – chief operating officer – or a CFO – chief financial officer.
Five to six hundred thousand years ago, instead of windmills and grain silos rising out of fields near Wamego, hundreds of feet of glacial ice would have towered above.
Homeowners in the Manhattan area will see a property tax increase of nearly 5% as local governments approve higher budgets for 2022.
Manhattan-Ogden school district officials have announced the district’s FIT Closet distributed 720 backpacks full of school supplies to families for the 2021-22 school year.
City officials are reminding K-State football fans to be aware of road construction as they make their way to Bill Snyder Family Stadium on Saturday.
The Manhattan City Commission has approved a pre-development agreement that could lead to an estimated $40 million commercial and residential building in Aggieville.
David Rosowsky said jokingly that he had to “lose a couple of ties” with color schemes that did not match his new environment when he moved to Manhattan.
Spring is unmatched for the variety of plants that flower and add interest to the landscape. There are plants that wait until this time of the year to show off their flowers.
Sunflower seeds are a favorite summertime snack of many people — from farmers to Little League players. And it’s just about time for them to
Officials with Kansas State University’s Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development say that ‘making a difference’ is a common theme of those to be honored as Huck Boyd Leaders of the Year for 2021.
A 51-year-old unvaccinated woman died Friday at Ascension Via Christi hospital after testing positive for the coronavirus, officials said. That brings the total deaths from the virus in Riley County this week to three.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board has unanimously approved the district’s operating budget for fiscal year 2022, which will lead to an increased tax bill from the district of 2.2% for the average homeowner.
To gear up for the holiday and, for many, the long weekend, kick back and relax with some live music. There’s plenty this weekend.
A Manhattan real estate broker is trying to rescue an Afghan man and his family from Taliban fighters who are trying to kill him.
Kansas’ education commissioner told a crowd of about 70 Manhattan residents Tuesday that graduation rates across the state are at their highest percentage ever, but there is still more work to be done as the state redefines how it educates children.
One of the leaders of a team preparing to help refugees from Afghanistan resettle into Manhattan said the community response at its inaugural meeting was “over the top.”
Starting next week, bank fishing won’t be allowed along the face of Tuttle Creek Dam as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers repairs the rock overlay.