One Injured, One Jailed in Pott Co. Stabbing

A stabbing in Pottawatomie County Thursday afternoon landed one person in the hospital with non-life threatening injuries and a second in jail. According to the Sheriff’s Office, 24-year old Nigel Breaux was arrested [...]

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Local lawmakers weigh in on state commission recommendation regarding Native American mascots

67th District Rep. Mike Dodson (R-Manhattan) More schools across Kansas and the nation are shelving mascots, symbols and nicknames that use Native American imagery. It’s likely the pressure will only continue to mount [...]

By |2021-07-23T14:18:09-05:00July 23rd, 2021|Local News|Comments Off on Local lawmakers weigh in on state commission recommendation regarding Native American mascots

K-State administrator lobbying federal government for additional investments in ag-research facilities

Ernie Minton, Kansas State University College of Agriculture dean. (Photo by Brandon Peoples/KMAN) Ernie Minton, Kansas State University College of Agriculture dean, is lobbying the federal government to make investing in agricultural research [...]

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City approves nearly $70,000 in ED funds to support Aggieville, Downtown MHK through end of 2021

Downtown Manhattan (KMAN file photo) Aggieville district (KMAN file photo) The agencies that oversee Aggieville and Downtown Manhattan businesses will receive financial assistance from the city for the remainder of the year due [...]

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City approves new historic district, discusses potential short-term-rental property regulations

Lee Elementary Neighborhood Historic District The Manhattan City Commission approved the first reading for the establishment of the Lee Elementary Neighborhood Historic District during its meeting Tuesday. The move, recommended by the Historic [...]

By |2021-07-21T12:50:15-05:00July 21st, 2021|Local News|Comments Off on City approves new historic district, discusses potential short-term-rental property regulations
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