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OPINION: Manhattan needs more BBQ restaurants; one is not enough
Barbecue is a favorite cuisine all over the country, and with Kansas City just a couple of hours away, you’d think that Manhattan would have a plethora of barbecue restaurants around town. Sorry, but no.
Flatland Calvary: Midwest folk band performs at The Manhattan in Aggieville
Cleto Cordero performs at The Hat in Manhattan, Kan. on Oct. 20, 2017. Cordero is the lead vocalist and chief songwriter of Flatland Calvary. Formed in 2012, they released its most recent album, Humble Folks, in 2016. (Justin Wright | Collegian Media Group)
Wolf's first appearance hearing scheduled for Thursday
A first appearance hearing has been scheduled to be held Thursday, Oct. 25, for Geary County Sheriff Tony Wolf.Special agents with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation arrested Wolf last Thursday morning at the Geary County Sheriff’s Office in Junction City. He was arrested for felony theft, for alleg
Saline County Jail Booking Activity – Sunday - The Salina Post
Name: Herrman,Areila ReneeCharges: Fail to yield at stop or yield signPoss of MarijuanaSpeeding; maximum limitsUse/poss drug paraphernalian/human bodyName: Evilsizer,Sandra KayCharges: Driving under influence of alcohol or drugs Unknown severityTransporting an open containerName: Adam,Abass HassanCh
Geary County Sheriff's Department looking to locate man involved in car thefts
TOPEKA, Kan (WIBW) ---The Geary County Sheriff’s Department is attempting to locate 29 year old Ryan Lee Squires.He is described as being 5’ 11’’ weighing 180 pounds with red hair and goatee. He also has full sleeve tattoos on both arms.He was last seen in the area of South Grandview Plaza Kansas.Sq
Manhattan High XC qualifies boys, girls teams for state with top-3 finishes at regionals
Susan Melgares is used to the feeling by now.The Manhattan High boys and girls cross country teams both finished in the top three at Saturday’s Class 6A regional meet at Warner Park, sending both to the state meet next Saturday at Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence.The girls placed first, while the boys took
Geary Co. authorities looking for man involved with 2 stolen vehicles
The Geary County Sheriff's Office said Ryan Lee Squires, 29, is also wanted for parole violation.
FEMA announces Manhattan aid for Labor Day Flood
"There was bridge damage, culverts, park areas, a trail especially," said Manhattan Mayor Linda Morse. "So that will allow us to make those repairs unfortunately this reward does not include money for individuals that were impacted and there were 327 people that were impacted by the flood."
Quality Assurance Evaluator Job in Fort Riley, Kansas - Department of the Army - LemonWire
The United States government is a massive employer, and is always looking for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of open employment positions in locations across the country. Below you’ll find a Qualification Summary for an active, open job listing from the Department of the Army. The openi
Body of missing Kansas veteran, mother of 2, found after 5 months
OGDEN, Kan. - The body of a Kansas veteran and mother of two, who has been missing for five months has been found. The Riley County Police Department reported on October 13 they received a call from someone reporting the discovery of possible human remains in the 300 block of North Park Road in Ogde
Manhattanites catching on in a roundabout way
Perhaps you noticed that the Manhattan City Commission gave its OK this week to a couple of roundabouts in the Miller Ranch area, in the west part of Manhattan. Commissioners had some concerns about the cost, but the plans are nonetheless moving ahead.These would be at significant intersections: Mil
Man found dead in home Friday
A 21-year-old man was found dead inside a home in the 1800 block of Anderson Avenue Friday in Manhattan.Police received a medical call around 4:40 a.m. Friday and found the man deceased when they arrived.Police have not publicly identified the man because his family hasn’t been notified.
10 YEARS AGO ON OCTOBER 21: Return to fields may be short-lived
Farmers getting back in the field to harvest and plant wheat are expecting the return to the field to be short-lived.Rain and cool weather forecast for later this week will delay harvest further, though it isn't affect yields or grain quality.Farmers are just now getting back in the field after last
Biological Science Laboratory Technician Job in Manhattan, Kansas - Department of Agriculture - LemonWire
The United States government is a massive employer, and is always looking for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of open employment positions in locations across the country. Below you’ll find a Qualification Summary for an active, open job listing from the Department of Agriculture. The op
Topeka Police arrest felon with gun involved in a domestic disturbance
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) - Police said officers were dispatched to the area of the 700 block of NE Kellam on an unknown trouble call around 11:25 p.m. Friday. Dispatch told them they could hear someone yelling, “Give me back my gun."
A stolen Camaro receives an unexpected paint job and new security equipment
Their adventures continued Friday night, with a new alarm and stereo, courtesy of Autosound!
Kids playing in the Kansas woods stumble across remains of long-missing Army veteran
Children playing in the woods in Ogden, Kansas, where the 30-year-old Meiss disappeared in May,found human remains over the weekend, according to WIBW in Topeka.
Manhattan defeats Highland Park, 58-0.
The Manhattan Indians student section holds up cut outs of the senior football players on senior night during the game against Highland Park at Bishop Stadium on Friday. Manhattan defeats Highland Park, 58-0.
RCPD confirms Ashley Meiss' body found in Ogden
Meiss' body was located around 3 p.m. on Saturday in the 300 block of North Park Road, RCPD said. Her father, Tom Meiss, previously told 13 NEWS it was in a wooded area behind her apartment complex.
10 YEARS AGO ON OCTOBER 20: Police officer rolls vehicle
Galindo observed a vehicle, traveling at a high rate of speed and ran through a stop sign at Eight and Sherman at about 11:20 a.m. Saturday. Galindo attempted to pursue, lost control of the vehicle between McBrathney and Harriet Streets on Eighth, struck the curb and rolled the vehicle once, accordi