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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

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this Week in the Arts | Martin Luther King III, Swan Lake and more

Buchanan is a senior advisor of inclusion and diversity at Phillips 66 and a 2002 K-State graduate in accounting. Riley County Historical Society Program: "An Early History of the Volunteer Period of the Manhattan Fire Department" by Chuck Tannehill, 7:15 p.m. Over flow seating at the Alumni Center Ballroom and Union Courtyard.

50 years later, four attendees recall MLK's speech at K-State

Martin Luther King Jr. speaks to a crowd of 7,000 at K-State's Ahearn Fieldhouse on Jan. 19, 1968. K-State marked the 50th anniversary of King's speech with "I Was There: Reflections on MLK's 1968 K-State Visit" at the Staley School of Leadership Studies on Friday.

Jury to reconvene Monday in infant death case

The jury in an infant death case will continue its deliberations Monday at the Riley County Courthouse after failing to reach a verdict Friday. The twelve jurors heard more than two and a half days of testimony in the case of Andrew Gibson, 27, Manhattan, who is accused of murdering 3-month-old Serenity Reich at his apartment, 517 Stone Pointe Drive, on May 5, 2016.

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She is the daughter of Wilson and Kelly Austin of Manhattan. She attended from Manhattan High School and Kansas State University and works at Sunflower Smiles in Topeka.

'Boot camp' programs provide camaraderie, accountability for fitness resolutions

As a group of women finished up their 25-minute workout, Laura Dockery stretched her sore quads near the entrance. Dockery was preparing for her second "boot camp" class with the gym after having heard about them from a friend.

Police report for Jan. 19, 2018

616, for sale or distribution of depressants, contribute to child misconduct and possession of paraphernalia with intent to manufacture. Confined on $10,000 bond.

Martin Luther King III

It is 50 years to the day since Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at Kansas State University just months before his assassination, and now his eldest son will speak at the university a week after condemning President Trump. Martin Luther King III will speak at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday at K-State's Student Union with a candlelight vigil afterward.

Area leaders seek to improve economy

Officials invited Jay Byers, CEO of the Greater Des Moines Partnership, to start the Flint Hills Regional Leaders Retreat on Friday morning at the Olathe Conference Center. "We thought it was important to get a message from somebody that has gone through this and had some success," said Matt Crocker, chair of the Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce board.

Experimental street design reduces traffic speed near MCS

A Manhattan intersection in a high-traffic area is the site of an experiment to keep students safe as they walk across the street. At the intersection of Juliette Avenue and Pierre Street, near Manhattan Catholic Schools, the city and school installed cones to slow drivers in the school zone.

2 arrested in Manhattan for endangering a child

The performance will be Joel's first ever stadium show in Kansas City and the first concert at The K in 39 years. High school basketball final scores from January 18, 2018: Boys Scores: Topeka High 77 Lawrence 78 F/OT Wichita South 72 Highland Park 68 Ha Joshua Jacobs, 32, and Jessica Jacobs, 26, both of Manhattan were arrested Thursday evening in the 3300 block of Valleywood Dr. according to the Riley County Police Department.

Some dislike phone pleasantries

Dear Heloise: I do a lot of business all over the country. It is important to identify yourself as soon as the call is answered.

Police report for Jan. 18

Coleman Worldwide was listed as the victim, the report said. The unnamed man took items worth an estimated $6,445.

We must find a solution to international student decline

The drop in enrollment at K-State has gotten a lot of attention recently, and rightfully so, but it's worth focusing on a more specific part of that problem. K-State's international student population has dropped 8 percent from 2016 to 2017 - about double the percentage decrease for the university as a whole.

RCPD faced communication problems during shooting incident

Police officers faced radio communication issues during a standoff earlier this month in which a Riley County police officer was shot. Brad Schoen, Riley County Police Department director, told Riley County commissioners during their Thursday meeting that people in a tactical vehicle that RCPD borrowed from Junction City for the incident had problems communicating with officers outside the vehicle.

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Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer met with staff members at Pawnee Mental Health Services in Manhattan Thursday to hear about issues facing Kansas in the area of mental health. Pawnee staff members told Colyer, who is running for governor this year, that recruitment of employees and budget shortfalls are two of the biggest hurdles they have right now.

Riley County Commissioners place final contract approval for Harris radio system upgrade

The final contract for the Harris radio system upgrade for the county was reviewed by the Riley County Commissioners on Thursday. "This is the binding agreement that says we're going to buy this system," said Collins,"the system in includes the hardware, software, all the terminal radios.

Dr. Clark Danner

Dr. Clark Danner was born in Ellsworth, Kan. on Aug.14, 1928, son of Mary Helen Dulaney Danner and Van Earl Danner.

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