People can present questions or concerns about the Manhattan city government’s 2021 budget at Tuesday’s Manhattan City Commission meeting.
As K-State students start arriving back into town before the fall semester starts Aug. 17, health officials are waiting to see how that affects the local coronavirus case numbers.
The story of siblings working through resentments will be the Manhattan Arts Center’s first stage production since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Aggieville Business Association Director Dennis Cook wants Riley County to rescind the latest health order because he feels it targets the district unfairly.
The Pottawatomie County Commission on Monday approved for publication a proposed 2021 budget with lower general fund spending and a lower property tax levy than the current fiscal year.
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A K-State group is helping area health care organizations get the protective equipment they need by 3D printing face shields.
People will not be allowed on dance floors and must remain seated at bars, patios and restaurants under new rules that go into effect Thursday.
After a week of registration for the 2020-21 academic year, 20% of the Manhattan-Ogden school district’s registered families selected online-only classes for their students, officials said.
Riley County commissioners Monday again rejected a county-wide mask mandate, this time over the recommendation of the county health department.
Taxpayers will have a lower bill from the Riley County government in 2021 as commissioners Monday approved their budget, setting the county property tax rate at 42.285 mills, down 0.79 mills from 43.075 mills in 2020.
One year into a planned five-year process, several projects as part of the Manhattan-Ogden school district’s $129.5 million bond initiative are either starting up or will soon be, and a couple are already near finished.
A St. George man was killed and a Manhattan woman and her infant child suffered non-life threatening injuries after a rollover crash in Jackson County Wednesday.
When he spotted an escaped alligator sunbathing near Wildcat Creek on Thursday, 22-year-old Hunter Cragg didn’t merely report it; he waded into the water, wrestled the 5-foot gator and helped return it to the store from which it was reported stolen in June.
State and local officials disagree on whether a 96-year-old woman who died after testing positive for coronavirus in June should be classified as a coronavirus death.
Riley County commissioners will consider adding “stronger language” for mask wearing in the next health order at its upcoming Monday commission meeting.
Dave Colburn, a former Manhattan-Ogden school board member, announced Thursday his intention to run a write-in campaign on the Democratic ticket for the District 6 Kansas Board of Education seat.
Autopsy results for a body found Wednesday morning at the Konza Prairie Natural Trail are still pending, according to the Riley County Police Department.
A Manhattan-Ogden school district official says he doesn’t see the district being ready to start school Aug. 12, as originally planned.
Manhattan city commissioners Tuesday unanimously approved amending documents to receive funding from the federal government to help during the coronavirus pandemic.