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For the record 5-20-13
Police Dept. Report ArrestsOfficers arrested Yasser Jamal Tazi-Mouthif, 21, United Kingman, on Friday May 17th, at 3:30 p.m. in the 2200 block of Campus Drive on an Arrest and Detain Order from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.
Trial of KSU professor underway
Opening statements were made Wednesday in the trial of a visiting K-State faculty member accused of raping a female friend more than four years ago.
Tue May 21, 2013
Mercy Regional moves to correct budget shortfall
Officials at Mercy Regional Health Center announced Tuesday a series of measures they hope will stabilize their fiscal situation in the face of declining in-patient activity.
The Kansas Department of Health and E...
Public meeting on proposed C & D landfill in Zeandale community set for May 22
TOPEKA, Kan. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has scheduled a public participation meeting concerning the proposed Tarkio CD Disposal, LLC, construction and demolition landfill planned for a site along East 56th Avenue in the Zeandale community in Riley County, Kan.
Hays Daily News
Clubs and meetings
Call for time and location, 625-3055 or 794-4624. * Meal Site reservations for seniors age 60 or older must be made the day before eating at the Meal Site.
Mon May 20, 2013
McFadden, Wildcats Roll into Big 12 Tournament with Top Seed
As a senior in high school, Blake McFadden was setting records on the way to a third place finish in the state.
Sun May 19, 2013
Manhattan Day signup time is at hand
Manhattan Day is held the first Saturday in June to mark the occasion in 1855 when two groups of settlers joined together to form Manhattan.
Beer Man: Watery body foils Buffalo Sweat's greatness
Beer Man is a weekly profile of beers from across the country and around the world.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Wichita Eagle
Tuttle Creek Reservoir's ups and downs don't deter dogged angler
For most of last year and earlier this spring, he enjoyed it even though it was literally near it's lowest of lows.
Fri May 17, 2013
Additional funding OK'd for Kansas biolab
The Kansas Senate approved a bill Wednesday, May 15, to provide an additional $202 million in bonds for the National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility planned on the campus of Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kan., bringing the price tag to approximately $1.255 billion.
Latest Unemployment Rates Released
Unemployment numbers released by the Kansas department of labor show a slight decrease compared to last month.
Pottawatomie County Court News
A Manhattan man has ben sentenced to more than four years with the Kansas Department of corrections for aggravated burglary.
House and Senate try to repair rift
Republican senators and House members sat side-by-side Thursday morning in a groundbreaking joint caucus the supermajority party hopes will repair rifts caused by tax wrangling and bring about a deal that could end the legislative session.
Thu May 16, 2013
Priddle, de Noble pace Indians in regional
Manhattan managed just four hits on the day, two of which came in the first inning.
Wed May 15, 2013
Rock M Nation
Mizzou's Greatest, #88: Rickey Paulding dunks over K-State
Basketball is often about pure, unadulterated, freakish athleticism. That is and will always be what made Rickey Paulding so memorable and endearing.
Senate signs off on NBAF funds, schedules final vote
The Senate passed to final action a bill that would allow $202 million in bonds for the National Bio and Agro-Defense facility during light floor action Tuesday.
Tue May 14, 2013
Sparks Fly Over New Electrical/Building Codes
The Manhattan city commission was divided over the initial talks regarding new building codes on Tuesday night at city hall.
Hays Daily News
KHP honors fallen troopers
National Police Week is this week and honors the lives of all of those officers lost in the line of duty throughout the nation.
Man gets 9 months for video
The Kansas State University student convicted of videotaping his roommate without her knowledge was sentenced Monday to nine months probation with an underlying jail sentence of 90 days.
Mon May 13, 2013
Pause and recognize nurses' impact on patients, families
To the Editor: This past week we celebrated National Nurses Week. It is important to pause and consciously recognize the nurses at Mercy Regional Health Center as well as nurses working elsewhere in the Manhattan community -those nurses who have vigilantly watched over you or a family member or have had an enduring impact on your life.