Noah Dallier, 22 of Manhattan was arrested in the 100 block of N 4th St in Manhattan on February 21, 2019, at approximately 12:00 AM. Dallier was arrested on a Riley County District Court warrant for probation violation. Dallier was issued a total bond of $5,000.00. Dallier was not confined at the time of this [...]
The Manhattan City Commission approved three new ordinances and discussed options surrounding planned North Campus Corridor projects at its Tuesday meeting. Lyle Butler Day The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce’s soon-to-retire President and CEO Lyle Butler was honored with the proclamation of Lyle Butler Day, which was set for Thursday, February 21. Mayor Mike Dodson [...]
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MANHATTAN — Outgoing Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Lyle Butler is optimistic about what the future holds in store for the Manhattan area business community. Butler, who appeared on his final edition of KMAN’s In Focus Thursday, noted some major renovations are ahead for Manhattan Town Center, specifically on the inside of the [...]
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Officers filed a report for attempted theft in the 300 block of Tuttle Creek Blvd on February 20, 2019, at approximately 3:15 PM. Officers listed Best Buy of Manhattan as the victim when it was reported an unknown female suspect took an iPhone XS 64 GB phone. The estimated total loss associated with this case [...]
The trial for a Manhattan engineer charged with three counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer and one count of criminal property damage opened Wednesday afternoon. Mark Harrison, 38, appeared before Judge Grant Bannister represented by attorneys Barry Clark and Jeremy Platt on Feb. 20. The trial is scheduled to run six days. Harrison [...]
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MANHATTAN — USD 383 Manhattan/Ogden Schools is wrapping up its search for the next principal at Manhattan High School. Five candidates will appear for interviews next week. Assistant Superintendent Eric Reid tells KMAN those five candidates were chosen among 15 applicants who applied between Jan. 15 and Feb. 15. The candidates are seeking to replace [...]
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MANHATTAN — Riley County police officer Jonathan Shepard was recognized during Tuesday’s Riley County Law Board meeting as this year’s recipient of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Law Enforcement officer of the year award. Shepard was honored for his quick action during the 2018 Labor Day flood in Manhattan. On Sept. 3, Shepard was assigned [...]
Marie Berryman, 40 of Junction City was arrested while at the Riley County Police Department on February 19, 2019, at approximately 11:00 AM. Berryman was arrested on a Manhattan Municipal Court warrant for failure to appear. Berryman was issued no bond, causing her to remain confined at the time of this report. David Zieammermann, 20, of Manhattan [...]
MANHATTAN — A jury trial is set to begin at 1 p.m. Wednesday for a Manhattan man accused of shooting and injuring a Riley County police officer last year. Riley County District Attorney Barry Wilkerson tells KMAN a jury has been selected in the trial of Mark Harrison, a former research associate at K-State. He [...]
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A burglary was reported at the Manhattan Goodwill in the early morning hours of Tuesday. KMAN spoke with a teller who says the store was broken into at approximately 3 a.m. A police officer was reportedly sitting in the parking lot at the time and reportedly apprehended the suspect. No employees were in the store [...]