Officers filed a report for theft and making false information in the 100 block of Bluemont in Manhattan on January 17, 2019, at approximately 7:00 PM. Officers listed Trevor Potty, 44, of Lawrence as the victim when an unknown suspect used a check stolen from the victim to purchase electronic equipment. The estimated total loss [...]
After an effort from stakeholders — including a Change.org petition — a Kansas State University horticultural center that was previously announced to be shutting down due to budgetary concerns will remain open. The John C. Pair Horticulture Center will continue to be a center for research and extension outreach in Haysville. Opened in 1970, the [...]
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Manhattan Finance Department Director Bernie Hayen says the city is going to have to find another revenue source going forward to shore up the city’s financial situation. He presented the information during the city department goal-setting session Tuesday. The City of Manhattan had to make some tough choices in the 2018 budget, with plateauing revenues [...]
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