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City Commission Chooses New Mayor
The City Commission chose Wynn Butler to serve as the new Mayor of Manhattan, during Tuesday's annual reorganization meeting.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
Landon Lecture Hosts National Security Adviser
Former National Security Adviser to President Barack Obama, Thomas Donilon first visited Manhattan 33 years ago, and Tuesday afternoon he returned to give the second Landon Lecture of the year.
Geary County Rollover Accident
Updated 1:30 p.m. Tuesday: The passenger in Monday night's rollover accident in Geary county has been identified as Luke M. Johnson Sr. of Manhattan.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Cement Truck Roll-Over
Emergency crews were called to Anderson Avenue west of Manhattan early Monday afternoon, to a report of a cement truck overturned just west of 62nd Avenue.
Air Quality Concerns in Riley County
With the abundance of agricultural burning this past weekend, and the smoky haze that could be seen over Manhattan and surrounding areas, the Riley County Commission discussed air quality during their Monday meeting.
Researchers Hope New Tests Will Prevent an Endemic in Pork Industry
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Pork products cost about 10 percent more than they did last year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and economists expect the prices to continue rising because of diarrhea viruses currently devastating the pork industry.
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Expect to See Spring Pests Despite Extreme Cold Winter
Manhattan, KS -infoZine - We are finally catching a break from the long, cold winter, but if you're hoping that the extreme cold has killed off spring pests, you're out of luck, according to Jeff Whitworth, associate professor of entomology at Kansas State University.
K-State Student's Host Color Run
Members of K-State's Alpha Delta Pi and Alpha Tau Omega teamed up to host the second annual Powercat Paint Run.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
A brief, terrifying history of viruses escaping from labs: 70s Chinese pandemic was a lab mistake
By 2010, researchers published it as fact: 'The most famous case of a released laboratory strain is the re-emergent H1N1 influenza-A virus which was first observed in China in May of 1977 and in Russia shortly thereafter.'
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Why does Salina get big-name musical acts?
Q: Why can't Manhattan get bigger musical acts to come here? Salina has had Darius Rucker, REO Speedwagon, and Marty Stuart play to full houses in the last few weeks, and they have several more fairly big names coming, including Rob Thomas, Martina McBride, Styx and Tony Bennett...
RCPD Report 4/11/14
Monica Stoker, 34, of Manhattan reported a digital camera, two lenses, and a camera bag were taken from an unsecure vehicle that she owned.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Manhattan' showing on big screen, Junction City on stage this weekend
Have you ever wanted to see a movie based on our hometown? Well, then don't miss your chance at the official K-State premiere of the film "Manhattan."
Grammy-nominated organist to perform in Manhattan
Cameron Carpenter, the first organist nominated for a Grammy Award for a solo album, will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. April 19 in McCain Auditorium at Kansas State University.
Country concert Friday
A night of music is planned Friday as part of a fundraiser for the Ottawa Recreation Commission.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Photo Gallery: Columbia enjoys warm weather, sun
Jordan Lampe, left, and Jenna Wooley study outside Kappa Kappa Gamma on Wednesday.
Ogden man arrested after hit-and-run puts two motorcyclists in hospitals
Around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, a 2004 Lincoln Ls traveling northbound on Walnut Street crossed Riley Avenue and collided with two motorcycles that were traveling westbound on Riley Avenue.
Construction to begin at two major Manhattan intersections
Additional turn lanes will be constructed at the Tuttle Creek Boulevard and McCall Road intersection and at the US-24 highway and East Poyntz Avenue intersection.
Sentence in Manhattan Arson Case
A Manhattan man has been sentenced to two years of supervised release in connection with a fatal arson that occurred more than a year ago.
Manhattan Doctor Sentenced to Federal Prison
A Manhattan physician was sentenced Wednesday to five years in federal prison for unlawfully prescribing prescription drugs, according to U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Briggs Auto Group Takes Part In Gift Card Giveaway
The Briggs Auto Group in Topeka and Manhattan is handing out $50 Dinner cards to all military and 'First Responders' until April 14th.