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World War II prisoners of war from Germany and Italy were remembered at a wreath-laying ceremony at Fort Riley Cemetery Thursday. Representatives from the German and Italian armed forces travel to the Kansas post every Fall to honor POWs who were held and/or died at Fort Riley. The storied base was one of 600 locations [...]
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MANHATTAN — During this week’s Governor’s Conference on the Future of Kansas Water, Assistant Scientist at K-State Christopher Redmond gave a presentation on drought monitoring with the university’s Mesonet soil moisture monitoring system. Mesonet consists of 16 weather stations across the state that create a network. Redmond said the data they record is provided through [...]
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MANHATTAN — A northeast Manhattan neighborhood is a little more connected to essential services after the completion of the Old Blue River Trail. Local officials and patrons came out for a special ribbon cutting Thursday afternoon to mark the occasion. The 0.7 mile trail located just east of Tuttle Creek Blvd. near McCall Road gives [...]
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