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Orange cone season progressing on Manhattan’s busiest routes

June 19th, 2019|Comments Off on Orange cone season progressing on Manhattan’s busiest routes

MANHATTAN — Motorists have had their fair share of detours this month in and around Manhattan. City Manager Ron Fehr on Tuesday’s In Focus said drier weather has helped keep a number of street projects on or ahead of schedule. On Monday, city officials were able to reopen Vanesta Drive. That alleviates some of the [...]

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Manhattan, USD383 to split costs related to rotating planned middle school rec centers

June 19th, 2019|Comments Off on Manhattan, USD383 to split costs related to rotating planned middle school rec centers

The City of Manhattan and USD383 will share the costs to re-orient the planned Middle School recreation centers to accommodate planned additions at the schools that include storm shelters. The City Commission approved the decision 4 to 1, Mayor Pro Tempore Usha Reddi opposed. The cost of the change will be at most $500,000 (a [...]

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K-State chooses Minton for Dean of Agriculture and KSRE

June 19th, 2019|Comments Off on K-State chooses Minton for Dean of Agriculture and KSRE

MANHATTAN — Kansas State University has announced it’s selection for Dean of the College of Agriculture and KSRE. Ernie Minton has been serving as the interim dean of the college, and was appointed this week to hold the position permanently. K-State Provost Charles Taber made the announcement today in a media release. Minton’s appointment is [...]

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