A woman from Wamego was taken to Wamego Health Center yesterday after icy roads caused her vehicle to roll over Monday morning. Beth M. Brunkow, 69, was heading east on Oregon Trail Rd. near Onaga Rd. in a 1999 GMC Jimmy when icy conditions caused her to lose control of the vehicle. The vehicle then [...]
It was just earlier this year that Tuttle Creek State Park was closed to the public because of concerns about rising water levels in Tuttle Creek Reservoir. Since then, the park has come a long way towards recovering and several features, such as trails and a boat ramp in the Cedar Ridge area, 12 utility-electric [...]
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Area police departments brought Christmas a little early to about 85 kids this year for the 30th annual Cops N’ Kids program. Law-enforcement officers and staff from the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office, Riley County Police Department, St. Mary’s Police Department, Wamego Police Department and K-State Police Department partnered up to take kids on shopping sprees [...]
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Through their Municipality Equality Index, the Human Rights Campaign recently ranked Manhattan as the second most LGBT-inclusive city in Kansas with a score of 83 out of 100. A quick look at past MEI scores also indicates that Manhattan has become a more inclusive city over the past few years, as it has increased from [...]
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A 109-year-old World War Two veteran has accepted Polly Ogden Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution’s most distinguished award. Julia Kabance, the eldest member the Prairie Band Pottawatomie Nation and currently the oldest Native American WWII veteran, received the DAR Distinguished Citizen Medal at the Good Samaritan Society – [...]
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A rollover accident involving one vehicle on I-70 near exit 313 shortly after 5 p.m. resulted in injuries to two people. One person was life-flighted and another was taken away in an ambulance. Both westbound lanes were temporarily closed and have since been reopened. The nature of the injuries is unknown at this time. UPDATE: [...]
This time of year can be particularly dangerous on the roads as we enter peak-mating season for deer. The number of motor-vehicle wrecks involving deer goes from 200 to 400 per day before October to around 1000 by early to mid November, according to a study by the Kansas Department of Wildlife Parks and Tourism [...]
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An opportunity for military retirees from all branches and their spouses to listen to speakers and learn about topics relevant to them is coming up soon. Fort Riley’s annual Retiree Appreciation Day will be at Riley’s Community Center this Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Doors will open at 7:30 a.m.. “Elements of the [...]
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Flu clinics set up in Pottawatomie County; county commissioners discuss various public works projects
With the flu season coming up, Pottawatomie County Health Department director Lisa Kenworthy’s update to the county commission could not have come at a better time. Kenworthy gave an update on area flu clinics to Pottawatomie County commissioners at their weekly meeting Monday morning. 20 clinics, four being new, have been established through October. Here [...]
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TOPEKA, Kan. — The Latest on the criminal case involving an Army solider charged with distributing explosives information online (all times local): 4:25 p.m. A prosecutor says an Army soldier charged with distributing information about making explosives online is a Satanist who wanted to overthrow the U.S. government. Assistant U.S. Attorney Anthony Mattivi said during [...]
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