Time to prove those wrong who said you’ve watched too much of the NBC television show “The Office.”
CenterPointe Physicians will open a primary care clinic at Meadowlark Hills that will serve residents and the Manhattan general public.
Although Riley County anticipated moving into the next phase of its vaccination plan this week, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment has advised the county to stay in Phase 2 to prevent possible vaccine delays.
The Manhattan-Ogden school board on Wednesday will consider upgrading internet services while cutting the cost. Board members also will consider bids for district construction projects.
A Manhattan city commissioner with the swing vote says he won’t support extending the local mask ordinance, meaning it’s likely the commission Tuesday night will decide to let the rule expire April 1.
Mark Bachamp, Olsson engineer and business development senior leader, will serve as the chairman for the Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors in 2021.
Column, a start-up working to update public notices in newspapers, has finalized a deal with three newspaper companies in McClatchy, Wick Communications and Ogden Newspapers, according to Nieman Lab.
A competition featuring competitors from 35 schools across Kansas gave middle school students free rein in designing and building the city of the future.
Fort Riley officials on Friday announced loosened restrictions for soldiers and their family members as the number of cases in the area has dropped the past few weeks.
K-State has permanently closed the indoor swimming facility in the Natatorium, because of ongoing issues with maintenance and ventilation.
A software and technology company honored a Manhattan Catholic Schools science teacher with a national award for a class engineering effort involving robotics and soil moisture.
About 120 soldiers from the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, on Friday boarded a plane at Manhattan Regional Airport to Miami, Florida, to help with COVID vaccine distributions.
Despite recently advocating to eliminate property taxes for gyms, Genesis Health Clubs owner Rodney Steven intends on paying his Riley County taxes, a spokesman told The Mercury on Friday.
K-State’s athletic director on Friday advocated for a national standard for college athletes’ endorsements, saying individual state laws would create recruiting challenges.
As winter gives way to spring, meteorologists at the National Weather Service office in Topeka are preparing for the start of severe weather season while maintaining COVID-19 protocols.
K-State has received a “limited number” of COVID-19 vaccines for faculty, staff, and students. The vaccines come as university officials plan for a return to in-person courses starting this fall.
Riley County on Wednesday recorded nine new cases of the coronavirus since Monday, the first single-digit increase since Oct. 9, when the county confirmed eight.
Mayor Wynn Butler wants to keep the property tax rate flat in 2022, but two other Manhattan city commissioners haven’t made up their minds.
Fort Riley officials are advising surrounding communities they will continue to hear an increase in noise levels through June as soldiers conduct gunnery training.
A former longtime USD 383 board member and Manhattan-area volunteer recently had a local educational conservation award named after him.
As brutal winter weather gives way to spring sunshine, the National Weather Service office in Topeka is offering annual storm spotter talks in a different format.
The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the recipients of the organization’s annual Citizen and Volunteer of the Year awards, as well as a brand-new award dedicated to young professionals.
Some people are hunting for ways to diversify the rural economy. Today we’ll meet a Kansas entrepreneur who uses hunting itself to create additional opportunities on his farm.
Officials from both the Riley County Health Department and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment are acknowledging gaps in the reporting of total number of COVID-19 vaccines distributed to Riley County.
A 7.7-acre subdivision is coming to the northwest part of the city, but two Manhattan city commissioners want to make sure interested buyers are aware of potential noise impacts from Fort Riley.