Three additional Riley County residents have died since Friday after testing positive for the coronavirus, Riley County officials announced Wednesday.
U.S. Sen. Roger Marshall, a Kansas Republican and a graduate of both Kansas State and the University of Kansas, drafted a letter to U.S. attorney general Merrick Garland asking for the Department of Justice to launch a formal investigation into ESPN.
Manhattan city commissioners officially approved designating a small group of homes near Lee Elementary School as a local historic district.
Nearly 1,800 people had cast their ballot in the Manhattan-Ogden school board primary, as of Monday morning, Riley County clerk Rich Vargo said.
The Kansas Board of Regents is seeking input to create a profile of what K-State will look for in a new university president.
Although the hue fits in perfectly for the home of Kansas State University, Evergy will change city street lights emitting a purple color over the next four to six months.
This year’s winners at the Riley County Fair 4-H Foods and Nutrition Division did an exceptional job. Although they are all busy with multiple projects for the fair, you can tell they spent a great deal of time cooking and baking to prepare great entries. Here is a quick glimpse at what some…
The president of Ascension Via Christi Hospital in Manhattan says his facility and others in Kansas are being overwhelmed by new COVID-19 patients.
The Manhattan-Ogden school district on Friday once again started requiring people to wear masks while inside school buildings.
In an effort to encourage residents to get vaccinated, the Riley County Health Department and other entities are hosting vaccine events with incentives in August and September.
Four additional Riley County residents have died after testing positive for the coronavirus, the Riley County Health Department reported Wednesday.
Manhattan city commissioners are wary about plans for a possible expansion in the western part of the city because of previous flooding in the area.
Ascension Via Christi Hospital employees and associates will have to get vaccinated after the health care company mandated the COVID vaccine for its workforce nationwide.
Fairmont Heights property owners will pay a special assessment to fund a new sanitary sewer, after Riley County commissioners approved the measure Monday.
Nine people are running for three open seats on the Manhattan-Ogden school board. Voters will whittle the field to six candidates in the Aug. 3 primary.
Bermudagrass loves this warm and humid growing environment. If you choose it for your lawn, it is doing really well. The stolons (creeping stems) are seeking ground to take over. This may be in the tall fescue lawn, vegetable garden, and shrub or flower beds.
Following a year when everyone was instructed to stay a part from one another, Sunset Zoo staff are simply delighted in seeing children interact with animals this summer.
Growing food and growing people. Those two are not the same, but they both have to do with positive development for the future – and they are the two motivating priorities that inspire one young Kansas leader daily. They have helped propel her to not one, but two national agriculture awards.
The Manhattan City Commission this week approved the appointments of 15 people to a steering committee for a possible aquatics center. The city government received 117 interest forms from people who wanted to serve on the committee. Mayor Wynn Butler asked each commissioner to submit up to s…
TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly on Friday reaffirmed the state’s commitment to convincing the unvaccinated half of the state’s population to get a life-saving shot.
The three co-founders of Manhattan Brewing Co., 406 Poyntz Ave., had dreamed of opening their own craft brewing location for years but a quick decision had to be made when their former employer, Tallgrass Brewing, shuttered its doors in 2018.
If the First Christian Church building was historic, it should have been included in the Downtown Historic District when it was established, Riley County Commissioners wrote in a letter to the state.
Manhattan-Ogden School District superintendent Marvin Wade said he is concerned about the increasing rates of COVID-19 cases in the Manhattan area and is closely monitoring the situation as the new school year approaches.