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COREY TAYLOR, GAVIN ROSSDALE, MYLES KENNEDY, LZZY HALE Others Set For ‘Rock For Relief’ Virtual Benefit Concert

By |July 1st, 2020|Categories: Front Page, Rock News|

United Stations Media Networks and Storic Media Podcast Network present the "Rock For Relief" benefit concert supporting Feeding America's COVID-19 Response Fund on July 3 at 8 p.m. ET and again at 11 p.m. ET broadcasted here. United Stations Media an...

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Around 100 protest racism on KSU campus July 4th

By |July 5th, 2020|

nickkmcnamara · 100 protest racism on K-State campus.mp3 Around 100 people on July 4th marched from Aggieville’s Triangle Park to K-State President Richard Myers’ home on campus, protesting racism in the university community and calling for accountability. Myers was out of town and not present at the protest. The demonstration was put together quickly by [...]

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Riley County fire crews battle large shop fire north of Manhattan

By |July 5th, 2020|

A structure fire north of Manhattan early Sunday morning was likely fireworks related according to Riley County Fire Chief Pat Collins. Fire District No. 1 responded around 12:40 a.m to a fully engulfed 50 X 70 foot shop building located at 3706 High Plains Ranch, just north of Manhattan, east of Seth Child Road. More [...]

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RCHD considering more restrictive health order; looking to speed up COVID-19 testing

By |July 3rd, 2020|

Possible new health order The Riley County Health Department will consider issuing a new, more restrictive health order as soon as next week. “What we have in our order right now is just not working,” Julie Gibbs, RCHD administrator, said. “We are going to need to do something a little bit more restrictive.” County health [...]

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State-park officials talk camping, boating and safety during the Fourth of July weekend

By |July 3rd, 2020|

A busy Fourth of July weekend is expected at Tuttle Creek State Park. That’s according to Todd Lovin, the Tuttle Creek State Park manager, who says camp sites are all booked up. “This year, we’re seeing just record numbers of people coming to the park,” Lovin said. “If you want to camp, you need to [...]

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