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Manhattan, KS-Judicious use of risk management tools and other key management decisions saved the day for many Kansas farmers last year even as the state endured its worst drought in decades, according to Kansas Farm Management Association program director, Kevin Herbel .
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MANHATTAN, Kan. - Jakevin Jackson is a rising sophomore who emerged as one of the team's top defensive players in 2012.
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Manhattan, KS-Like a stealthy enemy, blast disease invades rice crops around the world, killing plants and cutting production of one of the most important global food sources.
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Two elderly Manhattan men were killed Tuesday on US-24 highway after the vehicle they were driving pulled out in front of an oncoming tractor-trailer, authorities said.
17 hrs ago | KMAN-AM Manhattan
Two people died in a two vehicle accident on highway 24, a mile east of Seth child Road in Manhattan, which closed Tuttle Creek Boulevard down for about two hours Tuesday afternoon.
To the Editor: My name is Louisa Friederich, and I am from Bavaria, Germany. I have spent my last year as an AFS exchange student in Manhattan, a friendly little town.
A Fatal accident in the 4600 block of Tuttle Creek Boulevard between a passenger vehicle and semi-trailer has blocked traffic to and from Manhattan.
Riley County Police and emergency personnel responded to a report of a two-vehicle accident on the 4600 block of Tuttle Creek Boulevard in northeast Manhattan at about 3:50 p.m. on Tuesday, said Officer Matthew Droge of the Riley County Police Department.
The Manhattan 9-and-under Braves baseball team went 6-0 last weekend to best a 13-team field in the McPherson Summer Slam.
Guns for law enforcement are to be stored in local schools, according to Riley County Assistant Police Director John Doehling.
A Kansas State Graduate student in the college of veterinary medicine has been given a downward departure from his original plea deal by a Riley County judge after he plead no contest to the involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence of two Ogden residents.
While much of the focus over the last several months has been on the $75 million West Stadium Center at Bill Snyder Family Stadium there has been work going on at two other well-known sports facilities in Manhattan.
A new doughnut shop opened May 9 in the Blue Hills Shopping Center at Tuttle Creek Boulevard and Kimball Avenue.
Terry Scott is retiring from Manhattan Fire Department after more than 25 years of service.