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City of Manhattan Gearing Up For "Fake Patty's Day" Celebration

Updated: 03/06/2013 - Fake Patty’s Day will occur in Manhattan on March 9, 2013. In past years, the event has been associated with many negative issues including overcrowding, public intoxication, traffic congestion, illegal parking, acts of violence, and trash nuisances.

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City Hosting 37th Street Project Public Meeting Thursday

Posted: 03/05/2013 - The public is invited to an informational open house from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 37th and Wanamaker, regarding the reconstruction of SW 37th Street from Wanamaker Road to Fairlawn Road and north on Fairlawn Road to 33rd Terrace.

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Bikeways Planner Pedals Into Topeka

Posted: 03/05/2013 - City of Topeka officials are excited to announce the hiring of the City’s first-ever Bikeways Planner. Julie Anderson joined the City’s team this week as a Planner I, to lead the charge on multi-modal transportation planning.

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Tuesday Is McTeacher's Night

Posted: 03/05/2013 - Local Topeka McDonald’s Restaurants along with other McDonald’s Restaurants throughout Northeast Kansas hope to boost local education budgets tonight during the popular McTeacher’s Night.

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Four Finalists Emerge In Search For FHDC Director

Posted: 03/04/2013 - The City of Manhattan is pleased to announce four finalists for the position of Director of the Flint Hills Discovery Center. The finalists were selected following a nationwide search.

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New Principal Named At Manhattan High School

Posted: 03/04/2013 - Greg Hoyt has been named the principal of Manhattan High School. Hoyt currently serves as the principal at Eisenhower Middle School in Manhattan.

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Fort Riley Braces For Civilian Furloughs

Updated: 03/01/2013 - Massive federal budget cuts slated to take effect Friday could result in nearly 800,000 people losing their jobs and a blow to the nation's economy. WIBW explores what the sequester could mean for Fort Riley.

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How Snow Could Impact School Year In Manhattan/Geary Co.

Posted: 02/25/2013 - Officials in the Manhattan/Ogden and Geary County school districts say another snow day will probably have an effect on the calendar to make up for the lost time. Also, road crews continue to deal with some of the problems this weather has created.

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Snow Blankets Manhattan, Junction City Area

Updated: 02/21/2013 - Residents in Junction City and Manhattan are shoveling out from under the snow. Meanwhile, authorities are looking ahead and expressing concern about area roadways and the safety of drivers.

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Soldiers' Return Having Big Impact On Local Economy

Updated: 02/19/2013 - With their mission accomplished, thousands of Fort Riley soldiers are settling back into like here at home, fresh off their most recent deployment to Afghanistan. Their return is helping boost the local economy.

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Elderly Geary Co. Man Located During Intense Search

Updated: 02/18/2013 - Authorities and volunteers spent hours Monday searching for an 84-year-old man with dementia who walked away from his Geary County farm.The search finally came to end before 5 PM when Wayne Rogers, 84, was located.

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Happy 150th Birthday K-State!

Updated: 02/15/2013 - Kansas State University is recognizing 150 years of history with its sesquicentennial celebration. It is the nation's first operational land-grant institution and Kansas' first public university.

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