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23-year-old Manhattan man arrested for death of baby boy - The Salina Post

Just before 1p.m. Thursday, police arrested D’Khari Lyons, 23, of Manhattan, in connection with the infant’s death, according to police department spokesperson Hali Rowland.

SALINAPOST.COM - 2018-11-16 12:16:40

Combine operator arrested for DUI after crashing into car

JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (KSNT) - A 65 year old Milford man was arrested for driving under the influence after his combine veered into a ditch, hitting a car whose driver attempted to avoid the farm machinery.

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Riley County man arrested in connection with infant's death

A Manhattan man is behind bars in connection to the death of an infant earlier this month.RCPD says D'Khari Lyons was taken into custody Thursday afternoon, one week after emergency responders were called to an east Manhattan residence on reports the small child was not breathing.The infant was rush

WIBW - 2018-11-16 06:06:00

Manhattan opens new Old Blue River Trail to bring greater access to the community

“Northview neighborhood is a little disconnected from the rest of the city so this really adds a sense of equity for my neighbors in the North View neighborhood that don’t have transportation, they can walk down this trail instead of having to walk adjacent to a busy highway,” explained Mckee.

WIBW - 2018-11-16 16:50:00

The road less traveled | Lost stretch of I-70 surprisingly scenic

This never occurred to me, for some reason. If I had to drive east, I took the viaduct over the Kansas River, headed down K-177, and got on I-70 toward Topeka. If I had to go west, I took Fort Riley Boulevard out toward the airport and kept going until it hits I-70, at the big hill just above Fort R

MANHATTAN MERCURY - 2018-11-16 18:08:00

Ukrainian student staying in JC earns national student of the month award

In November, Liza will perform in the “High School Musical” play at her school. Liza has also joined the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club, and was the co-manager of the girls high school volleyball team. Despite her busy after-school schedule, Liza has maintained straight As, recei

JCDAILYUNION.COM - 2018-11-15 19:15:00

Medicaid expansion could bring $1M to Dickinson County

Expanding Medicaid in Kansas would bring $1 million to hospitals in Dickinson County, Harold Courtos, CEO of Memorial Health System, told the board of directors at its regular meeting this week.

ABILENE REFLECTOR-CHRONICLE - 2018-11-16 14:04:00

Channel 8: Manhattan Town Center increases sales tax for renovations

Manhattan Town Center is over 30 years old, and come this time next year, there are plans to make it feel newer. Renovations we be paid for by shoppers through a sales tax increase over the course of the next several years.

KANSAS STATE COLLEGIAN - 2018-11-16 16:42:18

Manhattan police investigate death of 2-month-old boy

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Authorities say a 2-month-old baby has died three days after he was found not breathing in Manhattan.Riley County Police Department spokeswoman Hali Rowland says the boy died Sunday.The Manhattan Mercuryreports that dispatch received a call at 8:30 a.m. Thursday of a child not

EMPORIA GAZETTE.COM

Manhattan parents use blood drive to remember their lost son

MANHATTAN, Kan. (KSNT) - Kevin Coffey was on a trip to Toronto, Canada from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania when his bus crashed on September 11, 2010.

KSNT - 2018-11-15 23:26:34

Group discusses plan to bring Walk with a Doc program to Geary County

Geary Community Hospital’s Shannon Rosauer discussed the hospital’s intention to start the national Walk with a Doc program locally. Walk with a Doc was started in 2005 by Dr. David Sabgir, a board-certified cardiologist in Columbus, Ohio, who practices with the Mount Carmel Health System. The progr

JCDAILYUNION.COM

Riley County holds off eminent domain to extend RCPD range lease

Seymour’s brother, Roger, attended the meeting on James’s behalf. Roger equated the eminent domain to theft.

MANHATTAN MERCURY - 2018-11-15 22:00:00

K-State women open Wildcat Weekend against North Texas - The Salina Post

Friday night’s game can be seen live on ESPN3, as Matt Walters (play-by-play) and Missy Heidrick (color analyst) will have the call.The Wildcats captured their ninth straight season-opening win with a 61-46 come from behind rally over Omaha on Monday, November 12. K-State outscored Omaha, 39-16, in

SALINAPOST.COM - 2018-11-15 16:14:34

10 YEARS AGO ON NOVEMBER 14: Extreme Makeover hires local crews

Jimmy Thatcher, who is doing a drywall portion of the project, said he has to do all the drywall in 14 hours, which is scheduled for this afternoon.

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Talkin’ Tech: Red Raiders ready to take Manhattan

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - It’s that time again, let’s get to Talkin' Tech as the Red Raiders are preparing to travel to Manhattan, Kansas (the Little Apple) to face the Kansas State Wildcats.

KCBD - 2018-11-15 20:55:00

Road warrior Red Raiders ready for trip to Kansas State

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury spoke glowingly of the fan base at Kansas State, where no matter how much the Wildcats are winning or losing, they always seem to make it a tough road environment.

ELPASOINC.COM - 2018-11-15 19:54:11

Night of Christmas Magic set for downtown Abilene - The Salina Post

ABILENE — Abilene area businesses and organizations, in coordination with the City of Abilene Parks and Recreation Department, the Abilene Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the Abilene Area Chamber of Commerce, are making preparations to kickoff the holiday season with “A Night of Christmas Magic”

SALINAPOST.COM - 2018-11-15 14:25:29

Driver hospitalized in Salina after car rolls on I-70 - The Salina Post

The Kansas Highway Patrol reported a 2006 Chevy Monte Carlo driven by Wesley Hayden Robertson, 22, Clarksville, Arkansas, was westbound on Interstate 70 at the Abilene exit.

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Kansas State student who returned scholarship honored

Justin Schmutz, a senior in biological systems engineering, had twice earned a $12,000 4-H Vanier Family Scholarship. The Manhattan MercuryreportsSchmutz returned this year's scholarship after deciding he could graduate debt free without it.

EMPORIA GAZETTE.COM

KBI: Rape reports up in county, state

The report, which includes data on domestic violence, rape, stalking, sodomy and sexual battery incidents, is based on information reported to the KBI from local and county law enforcement agencies.

MANHATTAN MERCURY