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  • Board to hear long-term proposals

    The Manhattan-Ogden school board will spend a night listening to proposals from architecture firms that want to help plan the school district’s future.

  • Fire at west Dairy Queen causes ‘extensive’ damage

    The Manhattan Fire Department put out a fire at the west-side Dairy Queen Tuesday morning.

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  • Open for business Atrium

    K-State business administration building ready for students

  • Taste of summer Watermelon1.mercury

    Enjoying the summer sun and the farmers market Saturday morning, area kids cooled down with some juicy watermelon and some light-hearted competition.


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  • Son of businessman found dead in home

    The adult son of the president of Farrar Corporation was found dead Monday morning.

  • Bridge repair to coincide with fall harvest

    It could be a bitter harvest for area farmers planning to use the Belvue Bridge to transport grain this fall.

  • LaPolice officially on 1st District ballot

    Alan LaPolice of Clyde is officially on the ballot in the race for Kansas’ 1st District congressional seat.

  • Pilot ‘blessed’ to make landing

    The parents of two K-State students are staying in Manhattan longer than they planned after the private plane they were flying made an emergency landing Saturday.

  • County looks to reopen building talks with KSU

    Riley County has attempted to reopen negotiations with K-State about provisions of a possible lease to move Emergency Medical Services headquarters into the Manhattan Fire Department facility, county counselor Clancy Holeman said Monday during the Riley County Commission meeting.


    LOCALS GRADUATE FROM WICHITA STATE Nearly 1,900 students completed degrees at Wichita State University at the end of the 2016 spring semester.


    Child academy to shut down The Cultural Enrichment Academy, Inc.

  • Former Joint Chiefs chair Gen. Vessey dies at 94


  • Riley County tax foreclosure sale scheduled for two days

    Riley County will have a two-day tax foreclosure sale next month.

  • KSU names VHC leader, announces VP leaving

    K-State named a director for its Veterinarian Health Center and announced the departure of a vice president on Friday.

  • Fort Riley announces upcoming gate changes

    Several changes are scheduled to occur soon at some of Fort Riley’s gates.

  • Estabrook to appear on ballot in state race

    Manhattan-Ogden school board member Aaron Estabrook will run as an independent for the State Board of Education after a successful petition.


    AGAPE FAMILY Agape is at 1125 Westport Drive (lower level).

  • Public building board nixed

    The Riley County Commission voted Thursday to abolish the Public Building Commission, which the commission created in 2014.

  • K-State Marching Band concert, Brew at the Zoo and more

    K-State students are coming back, and the sounds of more than 400 musical instruments fill the air around Memorial Stadium as the Kansas State University Marching Band camp begins.


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