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Crews from Law Company of Wichita work to tear down the apartments at 1106 Bluemont Avenue to extend the 12B Loft Apartments down to the... [Read More]
The Manhattan school district has filled what we have to assume are the last principals' jobs it had to fill for a while. [Read More]
I'm sick of a couple of things right now: Public pronouncements by 17-year-olds, and job interviews of would-be school principals. [Read More]
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The city of Manhattan hoped to have a new city flag to raise Friday for Flag Day, but that wasn't the case. [Read More]
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When Bob Copple stopped to consider if health care in Riley County was at a crossroads, the only answer he could think of was yes. [Read More]
With chances of showers and thunderstorms predicted by the National Weather Service over the weekend, K-State climatologist Mary Knapp said it is difficult to predict... [Read More]
"City Of Girls," by Elizabeth Gilbert. Riverhead, 2019. 480 pages, $28. [Read More]
The Valley Heights community suffered the loss of a teacher and coach on May 31. [Read More]
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Jean Purdy, a nurse and embryologist, was one of three people who developed in vitro fertilization 50 years ago. But until recently, her contribution to... [Read More]
Randy Gene Wilkinson, 55, of Manhattan, KS, born February 9, 1964, he passed away on June 11, 2019. [Read More]
Authorities contained two bulls which had escaped from West Baltimore slaughterhouse. [Read More]
Kansas State football's 2020 recruiting class is up to a dozen. [Read More]
After about a day-and-a-half of deliberation, a jury on Thursday found a Manhattan man guilty of attempted rape and other charges at the Riley County... [Read More]
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Railroad Administration on Wednesday announced a $2.57 million grant for K-State. [Read More]
Officials said Wednesday that all area boat ramps along the Big Blue and Kansas rivers should be reopen by this weekend. [Read More]
The Manhattan-Ogden School Board on Thursday approved hiring two people for the principal positions at Bergman and Theodore Roosevelt elementary schools. [Read More]
Celebrate the 30th year of Juneteenth in Manhattan during this two-day event commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. [Read More]
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