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Riley County accepted 61 percent of provisional ballots cast in the Nov. 6 election. [Read More]
The Riley County Commission agreed Thursday to a one-year lease extension on the Riley County Police Department shooting range. [Read More]
The potential sale of the Community House is mentioned in a draft of the City Park master plan. [Read More]
Two local officials praised governor-elect Laura Kelly's previous credentials after last week's election. [Read More]
Everybody get up! It's time to slam now! [Read More]
Q: How do they figure the odds of a flood? [Read More]
Manhattan's own Bridget Everett, a bona fide movie star these days, was in town this week. The occasion: Visiting her mom, along with a camera... [Read More]
City and Riley County officials want to reassemble the Wildcat Creek Watershed Working Group to address flooding concerns. [Read More]
The Manhattan Housing Authority is ready to move its office and residents back into the Apartment Towers in October, five years after discovering "black mold"... [Read More]
The Labor Day flood caused $14.5 million in structural damage to homes and businesses and $2.7 million in damage to city property. [Read More]
The Manhattan City Commission wants to use Wichita as a guide to amend its policy on special events with alcohol. [Read More]
The Manhattan Kiwanis Club said a viewing platform at Bluemont Hill should be ready by the end of the year. [Read More]
Devon O'Malley pours milk for a Earl Grey latte Monday morning at Public Hall while Madison Rios walks back with a drink order. The coffee... [Read More]
After a summer dedicated to the dinosaur, the Flint Hills Discovery Center shifts its focus to another significant animal. [Read More]
If the public response so far is any indication, the future of Moro Street in Aggieville will continue to represent a divisive issue. [Read More]
Pawnee Mental Health is working to finalize details with the state for a 24-hour crisis stabilization center. [Read More]
Former Republican state Sen. Roger Reitz is now a Democrat. [Read More]
Luke Fox, 4, runs after a bouncy ball he threw Monday morning at City Park. "We're trying to keep it on the sidewalk," he said. [Read More]
Officials who discussed the Labor Day flood with The Mercury attributed the flooding to the city's general development, the amount of rain, and Manhattan's geographical... [Read More]
The public can participate in a three-day design event next week for the Aggieville Community Vision Plan. [Read More]
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