The Wamego Police Department Tuesday received a report from several citizens of candy that was possibly tainted. The candy is in the shape of a small baby bottle and is labeled “Bibi Frutix” and according to the label was made in Mexico. A photo is on our website at newsradiokman.com. While this is an isolated [...]
A Wamego teenager has been sentenced in connection with a June sixth incident outside Wamego that received a lot of attention and involved a juvenile over the age of 14. Jace Ward, 18, received a six month underlying sentence on each of the two counts he entered a plea to–driving under the influence and furnishing [...]
An April 23, 2018 trial has been set for a Manhattan man charged with leaving the scene of a hit-and-run accident in April. Nicholas Blaha’s arraignment was held Monday in Riley County District court. Blaha is also charged with aggravated battery and was named a suspect in May in the case involving Amber Wilhelm, who [...]
Several area cases are up for public comment in lists just released by the Kansas Department of Corrections. Shakeer Davis, 38,who was convicted of murder in the first degree and other charges in 1997, is on the public comment list for March of 2018, prior to an April parole hearing. Davis is one of three [...]
A Kansas City man is being treated at the Onaga Community Hospital following a one vehicle accident in Pottawatomie County Thursday morning. Willie Edward Bass IV, 30, was taken to the hospital following the accident on eastbound K-16 near Forbes Road. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, Bass was driving a semi eastbound at about [...]
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The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has rescinded a boil water advisory for the public water supply located in the City of St. George, Pottawatomie County. The advisory affected all customers last Thursday on 2nd Street, 3rd Street, Jefferson Street, and Jackson Street. KDHE officials issued the advisory because of a loss of pressure. [...]
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KMAN’s Cathy Dawes had an opportunity to visit with Kansas Transportation Secretary Richard Carlson, former State Representative and Pottawatomie County Commissioner, about whether the Highway 24/Flush Road intersection needs to be re-evaluated following a serious accident there Monday. A petition called “Make Hway 24/Flush Road Safe” has been circulating since the Monday accident and [...]
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Sales tax numbers for Manhattan were up significantly in the most recent numbers released. More than one million dollars was collected in November–$1,087,282, in fact. That compares favorably to last November’s numbers which were $1,033.811. And it’s the most collected in a four year time period for November. That leaves a positive budget impact of [...]
Every governmental group representeded at Monday’s intergovernmental luncheon shared information on efforts at diversity training –although many of those who spoke up admitted efforts need to continue and more can always be done. Riley County officials led the discussion, with talk of their annual Columbus Day training for all employees–and continuing training and information provided [...]
Two people were injured in an early Monday morning accident in Pottawatomie County. 17-year-olds Breanna Cheever and Brandon Cheever of St. George, were injured in the accident and U-S 24 and Flush Road , shortly after 7:30 a.m. Breanna was taken to Stormont Vail in Topeka, with Brandon taken to Via Christi in Manhattan. [...]
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