Narianna Williams, 19, of Manhattan, was arrested in the 2300 block of Browning Ave. on September 21, 2017 at approximately 1:40 PM. Williams was arrested on a Riley County District Court bench warrant for probation violation and separate charges of interference with LEO and possession of marijuana. Williams’ total bond was set at $8,000.00 causing [...]
The Manhattan City Commission reviewed recommendations Tuesday contained in the latest draft of the Flint Hills/Fort Riley Joint Land Use Study. One such recommendation involves noise produced by Fort Riley and how it impacts potential home buyers close to the installation. Specifically, Fort Riley and the City of Manhattan have suggested a solution that ties [...]
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Via Christi had its ribbon cutting ceremony for its new clinic on 6th Street in Manhattan Thursday. The clinic is housed in the former Ray’s Apple Market grocery store in the area. According to the hospital, Via Christi spent $3 million to renovate the building and turn it into an outpatient clinic that co-locates services [...]
A three-judge panel of the Kansas Court of Appeals will hear six cases September 19 at Kansas State University in Manhattan as part of the court’s observance of Constitution Day. The court will hear cases in two sessions beginning at 9 a.m. and at 1:30 p.m. in Forum Hall of the KSU Student Union. [...]
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The Kansas Department of Transportation, in cooperation with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism and the Kansas Historical Society, has extended the Native Stone Scenic Byway. KDOT Secretary Richard Carlson signed the official resolution on Aug. 24. The extension increases the byway’s length from 48 miles to 75 miles. The byway was originally [...]
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A pickup involved in an incident near the Rocky Ford fishing area has been recovered. The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s office is investigating an early Tuesday morning case of an injured Georgia man. Around 3:45 a.m. the Sheriff’s Office received a report of an injured male near the Rocky Ford Fishing area. Deputies along with Riley [...]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District, is finalizing timelines with contractors to mobilize and begin work on three major construction projects near Tuttle Creek Dam. These projects include rehabilitation of service gates 3 and 4 located in the lakeside intake tower, rehabilitation of the stilling basin (locally known as “the tubes”) located [...]
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Manhattan welcomed Linda Morse as its new Mayor last night in a packed City Hall. Morse says she’ll be the third female mayor in-a-row, which is unique from a historical perspective. and Morse encourages women to run for office and sign up for City boards. Linda Morse has served on the Commission for over two [...]
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Photo courtesy of Facebook Manhattan welcomed Linda Morse as its new Mayor last night in a packed City Hall. Morse says she’ll be the third female mayor in-a-row, which is unique from a [...]
Daniel Sherraden, 22, of Junction City, was arrested while at the Riley County Police Department on September 1, 2017 at approximately 5:45 AM. Sherraden was arrested on a Geary County District Court warrant for probation violation. Sherraden’s bond was set at $5,000.00. Sherraden was not confined at the time of this report. Officers filed a [...]