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USD 383 to remain in hybrid learning model while school board re-evaluates plan

USD 383 will continue the hybrid method of learning until the end of October, but the school board will continue work to improve upon the model. After being flooded with emails, phone calls, letters, and public comments from concerned parents, the board spent a majority of their meeting Wednesday hearing from teachers and staff about [...]

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By |2020-09-17T14:39:59-05:00September 17th, 2020|Local News|0 Comments

Suspect identified in K-State campus exposure case

The Kanas State University Police Department has identified a suspect in an incident of lewd and lascivious conduct. Police responded to the report on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the K-State Student Union in a men’s restroom. This investigation is ongoing and no additional information is being released at this time. The KSU PD also wants the [...]

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By |2020-02-05T08:24:26-06:00February 5th, 2020|Local News|Comments Off on Suspect identified in K-State campus exposure case

Riley County commissioners show opposition to proposed Kansas senate bill

A new proposal in the Kansas legislature, Senate Bill 294, is drawing criticism from the Riley County Commission. The bill, if approved, would add additional prerequisites to the county budgeting process, which in the commission’s eyes, would add additional costs and even affect how they budget their services. At Monday’s meeting, County Counselor Clancy Holeman [...]

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By |2020-02-04T08:00:21-06:00February 4th, 2020|Local News|Comments Off on Riley County commissioners show opposition to proposed Kansas senate bill

Riley County commissioners show opposition to proposed Kansas senate bill

A new proposal in the Kansas legislature, Senate Bill 294, is drawing criticism from the Riley County Commission. The bill, if approved, would add additional prerequisites to the county budgeting process, which in the commission’s eyes, would add additional costs and even affect how they budget their services. At Monday’s meeting, County Counselor Clancy Holeman [...]

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By |2020-02-04T08:00:21-06:00February 4th, 2020|Local News|Comments Off on Riley County commissioners show opposition to proposed Kansas senate bill

Animal shelter looking for forever “Ma-homes” at weekend adoption event

The T. Russell Reitz Animal Shelter is celebrating Super Bowl Sunday with an adoption drive Friday and Saturday. Director Deb Watkins says they are trying to find “Ma-Homes” for the adult dogs and cats at the shelter.  The adoption fee will only be 50 dollars. “The $50 is a great value for an adoption. These animals [...]

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By |2020-01-30T06:27:48-06:00January 30th, 2020|Local News|Comments Off on Animal shelter looking for forever “Ma-homes” at weekend adoption event

USD 383 school board begins redistricting process

The Manhattan-Ogden USD 383 school board has approved a roughly $74,000 contract for redistricting consulting services. Assistant Superintendent Eric Reid says RSP and Associates will collect data from all areas of the district including Pottawatomie County. The district has worked with RSP in the past and determined that area was where the district was growing [...]

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By |2020-01-23T11:53:19-06:00January 23rd, 2020|Local News|Comments Off on USD 383 school board begins redistricting process

USD 383 8th graders shadow Manhattan High Students for Explore CTE Day

Manhattan High School’s Career and Technical Development held their first Explore CTE day for area middle school students. 8th grade students from Eisenhower and Anthony Middle Schools shadowed students at Manhattan High School during their career elective classes. CTE Coordinator Chris Holborn says while they have done something similar in the past, this is their [...]

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By |2020-01-22T05:43:21-06:00January 22nd, 2020|Local News|Comments Off on USD 383 8th graders shadow Manhattan High Students for Explore CTE Day

Riley County commissioners begin process for new planning and development director

The Riley County Commission has started the process to find a new planning and development director, after learning Monday that current director Monty Wedel plans to retire in September. Human Resources Manager Cindy Volanti says a summary was used in the past for previous department head hiring processes.  They will advertise the position on various [...]

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By |2020-01-14T23:00:31-06:00January 14th, 2020|Local News|Comments Off on Riley County commissioners begin process for new planning and development director

Riley County approves cost share for water line re-alignment study

Riley County commissioners gave consensus to share the cost of a re-alignment study for Marlatt Avenue with the City of Manhattan. City Assistant Director of Public Works Randy DeWitt and City Engineer Brian Johnson say they are preparing a RFQ for the design of a major water line to the water tower on Marlatt. With [...]

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By |2020-01-10T14:57:13-06:00January 10th, 2020|Local News|Comments Off on Riley County approves cost share for water line re-alignment study

Riley County commissioners take next steps for the RCPD firing range project

Riley County commissioners took the next steps necessary to begin construction on the Riley County Police Department firing range project. County Counselor Clancy Holeman walked the commissioners through what a design/build and design-bid built process would look like in comparison. The public works department recommended the design/build concept. “You can use design/build on some projects, [...]

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By |2020-01-03T12:24:22-06:00January 3rd, 2020|Local News|Comments Off on Riley County commissioners take next steps for the RCPD firing range project
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