The rodeo is returning.
Kansas State University, in partnership with the American Soybean Association, is working to produce new fish feeding and fish growth charts for Cambodian fish farmers.
Julius Walker and Caitlin Wolf were having trouble differentiating the narrative of their stop-motion film from other examples.
Riley County health leaders on Monday pushed for a new building to house the offices of the health department, emergency medical services and Pawnee Mental Health.
The proposal to build a new “Museum of Art and Light” in downtown Manhattan got a major boost with the approval of $23 million in sales tax and revenue (STAR) bonds from the Kansas Department of Commerce.
Exhaust notes and musical notes were the soundtrack to the inaugural Manhattan High School Alumni All-Class Reunion in Aggieville on Saturday.
The managing partners of a New York-based financial firm are contributing $3 million to create a new financial analysis center in K-State’s College of Business Administration.
Emails and internal documents indicate that USD 383 administrators sought diversity training because teachers requested it.
The Riley County Health Department said parents are reluctant to reveal information to contact tracers about recent sports-related outbreaks, officials said Thursday.
The chief executive of an educational consulting company said his company does not teach critical race theory, and the acronym it uses for cultural training for teachers is an unfortunate coincidence.
Riley County police arrested Germy Cameron, 35, of Manhattan on Wednesday following a “domestic disturbance” that led to him barricading himself in an attic in Ogden.
McCall Pattern Company’s Manhattan printing facility, which produces the sewing patterns for most of the major national sewing pattern companies in the United States, is closing after more than 50 years.
Manhattan city manager Ron Fehr told Riley County commissioners Thursday that he is “certainly excited about the opportunity” for the proposed Museum of Art and Light.
The Riley County Police Department has identified Okheem Riley, 24, of Manhattan as the man who emergency responders found dead in Tuttle Creek Lake on Wednesday.
The Konza United Way is encouraging people to eat at Manhattan restaurants as part of an effort to help local businesses rebound from the pandemic while benefitting some of the agency’s initiatives.
A pair of Manhattan-Ogden school board candidates on Wednesday voiced support for a teacher training program meant to educate district staff on systemic racism.
Rain dripped from tents and rolled off hat brims of soldiers overseeing the Memorial Day ceremony in the Fort Riley Post Cemetery on Monday.
Manhattan-Ogden Superintendent Marvin Wade said he is anticipating plenty of public comments regarding cultural training for teachers at the USD 383 school board meeting Wednesday.
A Manhattan-area storm chaser observed a slow-moving photogenic tornado before and after it impacted a small western Kansas community Monday.
The 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley planned to honor its outgoing deputy commanding general of support on Thursday before he heads to his next post in South Korea.
City government officials confirmed Wednesday that a former recreation supervisor is no longer employed by the department after he was arrested on charges of sexual exploitation of a child.