K-State released a statement Wednesday morning through K-State Today on the Trump administration’s Tuesday announcement on the status of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced in a press conference Tuesday morning the administration was rescinding the program. KSU’s full statement can be read below: In December 2016, Kansas State University [...]
Updated: Monday, 3:37 p.m. An electrical malfunction was to blame for a blaze that engulfed a barn with hundreds feeder pigs inside late Saturday night in eastern Geary County. A press release from Geary County Emergency Services Monday said that was the likely cause following an investigation by the Kansas State Fire Marshal’s Office. The [...]
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Updated: Monday, 3:37 p.m. An electrical malfunction was to blame for a blaze that engulfed a barn with hundreds feeder pigs inside late Saturday night in eastern Geary County. A press release from [...]
It’s looking likely plans for a new fire station in Leonardville will go ahead. Last week it was learned the Kansas Department of Transportation had put the project on hold, because of entrances and exits at Barton Road — which is also Highway 24. Riley County Emergency Management Director and County Fire Chief Pat Collins [...]
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A Google Maps shot of downtown Leonardville. Riley County has proposed to build a volunteer fire station in the open lot west of the Leonardville State Bank, but the Kansas Department of Transportation [...]
Mason In a written announcement posted on K-State Today, Mason wrote that when former university president Kirk Schulz announced his resignation from KSU in March 2016, she was a finalist for Chancellor at [...]
A man who was allegedly behind the wheel in a hit-and-run accident at the intersection of 12th and Bluemont in April has turned himself into authorities. Nicholas Blaha, who was named as a [...]
Hours and availability at Manhattan’s three pools are changing for the rest of the season and limited staff availability is why, according to a news release from Manhattan’s Parks and Rec Department. Starting [...]
An air conditioner fan motor was the cause of a fire scare at Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community over the weekend. According to a press release from the Manhattan Fire Department, firefighters were dispatched [...]
A full profile of the man suspected of raping 14 women in Manhattan and Lawrence has been made available to the public through kansascollegerapist.com. The website was created through a joint partnership between [...]