Kansas StatePosted by
Only In Kansas

Hike Less Than Half A Mile To This Spectacular Waterfall Wading Pool In Kansas

Kansas isn’t known for having many spectacular waterfalls and large swimming holes, but the ones that are scattered across the Sunflower State are certainly worth exploring. Pillsbury Crossing, located near Manhattan, is one waterfall wading pool that you will want to place high on your bucket list. Not only are the sights beautiful, but the […] The post Hike Less Than Half A Mile To This Spectacular Waterfall Wading Pool In Kansas appeared first on Only In Your State.
Picture for Hike Less Than Half A Mile To This Spectacular Waterfall Wading Pool In Kansas
Geary County, KSWIBW

Geary County CVB Director resigns

JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (JC Post) - Geary County Convention & Visitor’s Bureau Director Michelle Stimatze has resigned. The decision was confirmed by both Stimatze and County Commission Chair Trish Giordano. Giordano also reported that Stimatze will take an administrative assistant position with the county’s public works department. The final day...
Picture for Geary County CVB Director resigns
Manhattan, KSPosted by
Little Apple Post

Riley Co. Arrest Report Tuesday June 15

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. ELIE CHRISITAN LAPORTE, 22, Fort Riley, Failure to Appear; Bond $340.00. CITATION REPORT. ANDREA FREEMAN, 35, OF MANHATTAN, KS WAS CITED WHILE AT...
Picture for Riley Co. Arrest Report Tuesday June 15
LOCAL CHANNELS
Geary County, KSWIBW

Geary Co. officials reach consensus on security improvements

JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (JC Post) - Geary County elected officials and department heads have made some decisions on upgrading the security measures in place for the County Office Building. Trish Giordano, Geary County Commission Chair, said some of the departments want to make their offices more secure. “We’re going to...
RELATED LOCATIONS
Riley County, KS1350kman.com

RCPD Report: 6/15/21

MANHATTAN, KAN. – Officers filed a report for theft near mile marker 199 on Tuttle Creek Blvd. in Riley County on June 14, 2021, at approximately 7:37 a.m. Officers listed the Kansas Department of Transportation as the victim when it was reported an unknown suspect stole a Briggs & Stratton Pro 6500 generator from a KDOT dump truck. The estimated total loss associated with this case is approximately $900. 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.
Geary County, KSPosted by
Little Apple Post

Geary County introduces new HR Director

Crystal Malchose is the new Human Relations Director for Geary County. She has been working in a similar capacity in Pottawatomie County, and is also a former City of Manhattan employee. Malchose said she has worked in the public sector for more than 20 years. She holds a bachelor's degree...
Manhattan, KS1350kman.com

Summertime Street Projects Underway in Manhattan

The 2021 street maintenance projects for the City of Manhattan have gotten underway. The City’s annual street maintenance projects started this weekend with asphalt mill and overlay on Marlatt Avenue. This project is taking place between Browning Avenue and Seth Child Road. Several projects starting this week will take place...
RELATED PUBLISHERS
Riley County, KSPosted by
JC Post

RCPD: Suspect stole generator from a KDOT dump truck

RILEY COUNTY —Law enforcement authorities are investigating a theft from KDOT. Just after 7:30a.m. Monday, officers filed a report for theft near mile marker 199 on Tuttle Creek Blvd. in Riley County, according to the Riley County Police Department activity report. The Kansas Department of Transportation reported an unknown suspect...
Manhattan, KS1350kman.com

STAR Bonds Approved for Proposed Museum of Art and Light

The Manhattan City Commission has an item related to the proposed Museum of Art and Light, and Mayor Wynn Butler tells KMAN that the state’s Secretary of Commerce has signed off on the sales tax revenue bonds necessary for the project. Robert and Tracey DeBruyn have put together the plans...
Riley County, KSWIBW

RCPD writes 155 seatbelt violation citations over Click It or Ticket Campaign

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) - The Riley County Police Department wrote 155 safety belt citations out of 173 vehicles stopped during its Click It or Ticket Campaign. The Riley County Police Department says during its Click It or Ticket Campaign from May 21-31, it aggressively enforced Kansas seatbelt, texting, impaired driving and other traffic laws. During the campaign, it said it wrote 155 safety belt citations, one child restraint citation, no speeding citations, two texting while driving citations and 11 other citations, with some ending in arrests, including one for a DUI.
NEARBY CITIES
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
Manhattan, KSWIBW

ATA Bus will provide free rides in Manhattan on Thursday

MANHATTAN, Kan. (Little Apple Post) - ATA Bus is teaming up with transportation systems nationwide to celebrate the 16th annual National Dump the Pump Day on Thursday by offering FREE rides on ALL SERVICES, including fixed routes and regional paratransit. You are invited to “Dump the Pump” by leaving your...
Riley County, KSPosted by
Little Apple Post

RCPD Click It or Ticket campaign results

MANHATTAN, Kan. — The Riley County Police Department conducted a Click IT or Ticket campaign from May 21-21 in an effort to aggressively enforce occupant restraint, texting, impaired driving, and other traffic laws. During the campaign, the officers conducted 173 vehicle stops, yielding the following results:. - 155 safety belt...
Riley County, KSWIBW

RCPD: Riley Co. teen accused of violent threat

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Law enforcement authorities are investigating an alleged assault and have made an arrest. Just before 9p.m. Saturday, police filed a report for aggravated assault, domestic battery, and criminal damage to property in Ogden, according to the Riley County Police Department activity report. Officers listed 18- and...
Geary County, KSWIBW

Geary County Commission live streams meetings

JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (JC Post) - Effective Monday the Geary County Commission began to live stream their meetings. Commissioner Alex Tyson noted that it has been a long time coming. “I think this is a great start for us, a good starting point. " Tyson added if they want to graduate to something bigger and better in the future they can look at that. “This is a good starting point.”
ARCHIVES