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Nearly 8k in Manhattan without power Sunday morning

Nearly 8,000 Evergy customers in Manhattan lost power around 8:15 Sunday morning. About ten minutes later, the Manhattan Fire Department responded to a reported fire at an Evergy substation. Deputy Chief Ryan Almes confirms they responded to the substation, located at Walters Drive and Tuttle Creek Boulevard, “but didn’t find anything.” Evergy reported 15 outages [...]

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By |2024-02-25T16:49:02-06:00February 25th, 2024|Local News|Comments Off on Nearly 8k in Manhattan without power Sunday morning

Valor Honey announces new initiative to help area refugees

Manhattan has become a new home for more than 200 refugees in recent years. Valor Honey was recently awarded a grant to conduct training for Afghan Allies living in the area. The Manhattan organization is teaming with Manhattan Area Resettlement (MART) to offer the Honeybee Refugee Employability and Mental Health Program. The initiative is designed [...]

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By |2024-01-28T15:18:05-06:00January 28th, 2024|Local News|Comments Off on Valor Honey announces new initiative to help area refugees

Closings continue as dangerous artic air lingers

The National Weather Service in Topeka issued a Wind Chill Warning yesterday, which is set to expire at noon on Tuesday. Dangerously cold wind chills, expected to get as low as 40 degrees below zero, will be felt throughout Northeast Kansas. NWS recommends avoiding outdoor activities if possible, as wind this cold could cause frostbite [...]

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By |2024-01-13T10:42:12-06:00January 13th, 2024|Local News|Comments Off on Closings continue as dangerous artic air lingers

Check pantries for recalled Quaker products sold in Kansas

The FDA announced Thursday, The Quaker Oats Company has revised their product recall from December 15, 2023.   The update includes additional cereals, bars and snacks due to their potential to be contaminated. The foods may contain the organism Salmonella, which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, [...]

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By |2024-01-13T07:31:34-06:00January 13th, 2024|Local News|Comments Off on Check pantries for recalled Quaker products sold in Kansas

Ogden man accused of fraud, identity theft in two cases

Riley County Police jailed 42-year-old David Lee Huffman of Ogden, in lieu of $40,000 on Thursday morning. Huffman is accused in two incidents. In the first complaint (23-006922), he is charged with single counts each of: Theft by Deception (value between $1,500 and $25,000), Forgery, Identity Theft (while defrauding to receive benefits under $100,000), Making [...]

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By |2023-12-31T10:05:05-06:00December 31st, 2023|Local News|Comments Off on Ogden man accused of fraud, identity theft in two cases

Cheers! Aggieville Brewing Co announces official Grand Opening

The Aggieville Brewing Company has officially announced their Grand Opening in Manhattan. Owner-operators, and Manhattan natives, Ryan and Amber Emley invite the community to celebrate with them next week. Their team is working diligently to craft the perfect beer and food menu using quality ingredients. They’re excited to finally be able to share their new [...]

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By |2023-12-27T10:58:45-06:00December 27th, 2023|Local News|Comments Off on Cheers! Aggieville Brewing Co announces official Grand Opening

Let it snow! Manhattan crews are working it, and have a plan

City of Manhattan crews ended their holiday early yesterday. A crew was called in around 10 p.m. to staff nine trucks as road temperatures fell below freezing, causing some slick spots, especially on the west side of the city. They treated all slippery spots and primary routes to prevent refreezing as temperatures continued dropping overnight. [...]

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By |2023-12-26T10:34:46-06:00December 26th, 2023|Local News|Comments Off on Let it snow! Manhattan crews are working it, and have a plan

Heavy police presence at Manhattan Walmart a holiday tradition

Walmart in Manhattan was crawling with Cops…N’ Kids this morning. The two partnered up for the 46th annual opportunity for kids to do some holiday shopping with a cop. Retired RCPD officer of 28 years, and current Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Deputy Rod Cook explains here: Agency representatives from Riley County Police, Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s, St. [...]

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By |2023-12-16T11:26:26-06:00December 16th, 2023|Local News|Comments Off on Heavy police presence at Manhattan Walmart a holiday tradition

Santa’s Luminary Trail kicks off holiday season at Sunset Zoo

Snow didn’t stop Santa Claus or patrons from visiting Sunset Zoo Saturday evening. Employees continuously shoveled and salted their Luminary Trail, allowing visitors to walk the holiday-lighted path and see all of the zoo’s holiday decorations. Marketing and Development Officer Melissa Kirkwood was pleased that Santa and his helpers made their way to Kansas safely. “He actually has been able [...]

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By |2023-11-27T08:07:20-06:00November 27th, 2023|Local News|Comments Off on Santa’s Luminary Trail kicks off holiday season at Sunset Zoo

Shoppers brave snow to attend Discovery Center’s inaugural holiday market

The first ever Kansas Holiday Market took place Saturday at the Flint Hills Discovery Center. More than two dozen vendors featuring Kansas-made goods set up booths, some inside the Discovery Center, others out on the sidewalk, to greet customers who braved the snow. Robin Schneider, a market shopper from Manhattan, says it was a great event to attend. [...]

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By |2023-11-27T07:18:11-06:00November 27th, 2023|Local News|Comments Off on Shoppers brave snow to attend Discovery Center’s inaugural holiday market
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