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Manhattan man arrested for child sex crimes

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - A Manhattan man was arrested Thursday afternoon in connection to child sex crimes. The Riley County Police Department said officers filed a report for rape, aggravated indecent liberties with a child, and criminal sodomy against Skyler James Barry, 35, on May 28th. Authorities said the sex...
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Riley Co. Arrest Report Friday Sept. 24

The following is a summary of arrests, citations by the Riley County Police Department. Those arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. CARLOS ALBERT CHAIREZ, 29, Manhattan, Driving under the influence; 4th/subsequent conv; incapable of safe driving, Ignition interlock device; Operate a car without a required device; Bond $7000.
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JCHS officials deal with Tik Tok related vandalism

Junction City High School officials have been sorting out issues related to a challenge via Tik Tok. Merrier Jackson, JCHS Principal, said Tik Tok is a social media platform used by a lot of young kids. "Someone actually posted a challenge for kids to actually go and....it was really destruction of property." This impacted many schools across the nation with some reporting removal of such items as large as sinks and urinals.
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Police issue a scam alert

Junction City police have received a call from an individual who was the target of a scam call. According to the person, the caller was posing as Chief of Police John Lamb and attempting to gather donations for a campaign that the Chief was running. Any call and or email making such claims are false. Chief Lamb is not running any campaign and is not trying to solicit donations of any sort. No one from the Junction City Police Department will ever call you attempting to silicate money for any reason.
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35-year-old Kansas man accused of child sex crimes

MANHATTAN —Law enforcement authorities are investigating a Kansas man for alleged sex crimes. On Thursday, police arrested 35-year-old Skyler James Barry of Manhattan on a warrant in connection to sex crimes reported to have occurred in Manhattan in December 2020 and February 2021, according to a media release from the Riley County Police Department.
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Division headquarters is renamed Victory Hall

As part of the 1st Infantry Division’s September Big Red One Year of Honor ceremony, the Division Headquarters (Building 580) was renamed Victory Hall on Wednesday. The 1st Infantry Division’s headquarters building houses the division staff. “Building 580 was completed in 2009 after the Division returned to Fort Riley from...
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RCPD Report: 9/24/21

MANHATTAN, KAN. – Officers filed a report for burglary in the 3000 block of Anderson Ave. in Manhattan on September 23, 2021, around 11:54 a.m. Officers listed a 50-year-old male as the victim when it was reported an unknown suspect stole his Samsung Galaxy Z-Fold, Apple earbud headphones, a fishing pole and a Garmin GPS from his truck. The total estimated loss associated with this crime is approximately $3,090. Anyone with information can contact RCPD or the Manhattan Riley County Crime Stoppers. Using the Crime Stoppers service can allow you to remain anonymous and could qualify you for a cash reward of up to $1,000.
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In Focus 9/24/21: Josh Kyle, RCPD Detective, Kevin Bryant, Susanne Glymour

On Friday’s edition of In Focus RCPD Capt. Josh Kyle and an RCPD detective joined us to talk about counterfeit pills laced with fentanyl circulating in the community. Later on the program we had a preview of the Sept. 27 Community Conversation on Race and Reconciliation with Manhattan MLK Memorial Committee Co-Chair Kevin Bryant and Manhattan Nonviolence Initiative Director Susanne Glymour.
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Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting for new Aggieville Hotel

The Courtyard by Marriott in Aggieville was the site of a Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting Thursday evening. McNeill Hotel Company CEO Mark Ricketts tells KMAN there was so much that made sense when the company was approached about building on the former city-owned parking lot along Bluemont Avenue.
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Soccer opens Big 12 Conference play with 2-0 road win at Kansas State

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Make it four straight wins and a successful start to Big 12 Conference play as Texas soccer (5-3-2, 1-0-0 Big 12) rode first-half goals from freshman forward Trinity Byars and senior midfielder Julia Grosso to a 2-0 road win over Kansas State (5-5-0, 0-1-0 Big 12) on Thursday night at Buser Family Park.
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Taskforce prepares for presentation to MHK City Commission

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - Following eight months of brainstorming, the Manhattan Diversity, Equity and Inclusion taskforce sub-committees presented their final draft recommendations. On Thursday night, the individual and family support sub-committee along with the livability sub-committee presented recommendations to promote inclusion in the Manhattan community. Expanding existing services and programs...
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Spooky Season is upon us!

Check out the Boney Hollow Resort on display at Dale Marks’ residence at the corner of Third and Garfield! Now that fall is here and Halloween is right around the corner, expect to see more Clay Center citizens going a little spooky. If you would like to show off your Halloween decorations, send a picture to us here at the Clay Center Dispatch by emailing newseditordispatch@gmail.com.
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Work to promote inclusion continues in Manhattan

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - Following eight months of brainstorming, the Manhattan Diversity, Equity and Inclusion taskforce sub-committees presented their final draft recommendations. On Thursday night, the individual and family support sub-committee along with the livability sub-committee presented recommendations to promote inclusion in the Manhattan community. Expanding existing services and programs...
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