The state of Kansas and surrounding region is entering a period of potentially dangerous wildfire conditions thanks to unseasonal warm temperatures and lack of precipitation. The state is coming off of Kansas Wildfire Awareness Week and has seen a number of burn bans implemented at the beginning of what would be burn season. Kansas Mesonet [...]
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Unusually warm temperatures have been calculated across the region throughout February. The month, which usually sees temperatures in the teens and single digits, has yet to dip below twenty degrees. Kansas Mesonet meteorologist, Chip Redmond: The resulting warm average temperatures have also begun to fool plant and wildlife into a false early spring: Similarly, the [...]
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Fort Riley will be helping service members and families get job opportunities this Thursday.
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The 20th annual Women Managing the Farm Conference will be held in Manhattan this February. Women from across the state convene to discuss the latest advancements in agriculture and equipping attendees with resources to help them thrive in their rural communities. A number of keynote speakers will also be giving presentations during the conference. Vice [...]
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Business leaders from across the region are convening Friday in Manhattan for the annual Flint Hills Regional Leaders Retreat. The retreat was for years held in Kansas City, but since the COVID-19 pandemic, has shifted to a single day event hosted at the Manhattan Conference Center. Chamber President Jason Smith says this has been met [...]
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Downtown Manhattan is continuing to see improvements made to the infrastructure thanks to initiatives from Downtown Manhattan, Inc.
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