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Manhattan, Kansas has been nicknamed "The Little Apple," to separate from New York's Manhattan which is known as "The Big Apple." Largely defined by the students of Kansas State University, the city has several attractions and events that keep it bustling during the college year. Aggieville is a six block area of Manhattan that consists of college-age oriented bars, restaurants and shops. It has become the hub of Manhattan's nightlife. The city has been home to actress Cassandra Peterson ("Elvira" of Mistress of the Dark) and actor Brian Doyle-Murray (Groundhog Day, Caddyshack).

Population: 51904
Local Newspapers: Manhattan Free Press Manhattan Mercury Kansas City Kansan Record Topeka Capital Journal
Local Sports Teams: Topeka Scarecrows (USHL) Kansas State Wildcats
Local Colleges: Kansas State University

Zip Codes associated with manhattan, kansas: 66502 66503
Towns/Cities near manhattan, kansas : St George Junction City Ogden Westmoreland Wamego

Manhattan News
Vegas Play of the Day: Kansas State at Oklahoma

We've entered the fourth season of the annual South Point-lined Play of the Day competition, effective July 1. Starting bankrolls have reset to $10,000, with the maximum bet being to win $1,000 and the minimum wager $300. Ray Brewer won back-to-back titles in the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons, after Taylor Bern prevailed in 2014-15.

RCPD report 2/23/18

Ashley Wright, 24, of Manhattan, was arrested while at the Riley County Police Department on February 22, 2018 at approximately 9:25 AM. Wright was arrested on a Riley County District Court warrant for failure to appear.

USD 383 teachers, board members support action to end gun violence in schools

Student survivors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where more than a dozen students and faculty were killed in a mass shooting on Wednesday, walk past the house legislative committee room, to talk to legislators at the state Capitol, regarding gun control legislation, in Tallahassee, Fla., Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. Local teachers fully support a movement that aims to end gun violence in schools across America, said Laurie Slaughter, president of the Manhattan-Ogden teachers union.

The Manhattan Mercury

Manhattan received 0.11 inches of precipitation - mostly freezing rain - from 9 a.m. Wednesday to 9 a.m. Thursday. Slick roads caused several area schools to cancel classes, and several government offices also closed for the day.

Freezing rain glazes area Thursday, more expected Saturday

Manhattan received 0.11 inches of precipitation - mostly freezing rain - from 9 a.m. Wednesday to 9 a.m. Thursday. Slick roads caused several area schools to cancel classes, and several government offices also closed for the day.

County continues seeking federal help for radio system

Riley County commissioners signed follow-up letters to members of the congressional delegation asking them to use their "influence to obtain federal funding" for the county's new emergency radio system. Commissioners are arguing that the National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility will benefit from the radio system upgrade.

RCPD Daily Activity 2/21/18

Officers filed a report for aggravated criminal sodomy in Manhattan on February 20, 2018. Officers listed a 24 year old male as the victim and a male known to him as the suspect.

Teens should quit sending nudes to each other

They have a serious problem over in Topeka, at the Seaman school district. Manhattan-area parents ought to think about it, because it's our problem, too.

City approves MHK airport parking design contract

The Manhattan City Commission authorized a design contract Tuesday as well as the future issuance of general obligation bonds to finance the project with a 4-1 vote. Before voting against it, Mayor Linda Morse said she supports proceeding with the design, but she didn't want to commit at this time to issuing bonds.

In Focus 2/21/18

Guests on today's edition of In Focus included USD 383 Assistant Superintendent Eric Reid and school board member Katrina Lewison, Manhattan Public Library PR Coordinator Maddy Ogle with book sale coordinator Elaine Shannon, and Director of K-State Theater's "An American in Beirut" Jennifer Vellenga, along with Co-writers Alex Wakim and Jonah Ericson.

Keeping Your Steak Juicy at High Temps

Manhattan, KS - infoZine - That's a key finding by Kansas State University graduate student Lindsey Drey, who put consumers through a series of test panels with four USDA quality grades of meat and six degrees of doneness. "We all know that when we cook steaks very well done that they are going to lose moisture," said Drey, whose work is part of a thesis which she will complete this May. "But the marbling, the added intramuscular fat, in higher quality steaks helps to counteract those negative impacts and make the steak acceptable for juiciness."

Timothy Lee Foist

Timothy Lee Foist, 67, of Gypsum, KS, passed away Wednesday, February 14, 2018. He was born January 15, 1951 in Anderson, Indiana, to Russell and Rozella Foist where he spent his childhood.

Board to consider Eugene Field parking lot improvement

The Manhattan-Ogden school board will consider spending $17,000 to improve the parking lot at Eugene Field Head Start during its next meeting. The board meets at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Robinson Education Center, 2031 Poyntz Ave. Prior to the regular meeting, the board will meet at 5:15 p.m. to continue discussions on a possible bond issue.

RCPD Daily Activity Report 2/20/18

Officers filed a report for aggravated assault and battery in the 700 block of Colorado St. in Manhattan on February 19, 2018 at approximately 7:30 AM. Officers listed a 16 year old male as the victim when he reported an unknown suspect struck him in the head.

City to discuss additional airport parking

The Manhattan City Commission on Tuesday will decide whether to pay design firm Olsson Associates $410,474 for the design of a terminal parking lot for Manhattan Regional Airport. The project, which could cost up to $4.5 million, would raise the total paved parking stall count to 781, up from 624.

Club news for Feb. 18, 2018

Mary Stamey discussed officers that are needed for 2018-2020 year. The group needs a program or co-program vice presidents and a membership vice president.

Dance phenomenon coming to McCain Auditorium in March

Gianna Petracic is one of Riverdance's lead dancers. She grew up in Australia and began studying Irish dance at the age of 5. Gianna Petracic is one of Riverdance's lead dancers.

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