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Manhattan, Kansas has been nicknamed "The Little Apple," to separate from New York's Manhattan which is known as "The Big Apple." Largely defined by the students of Kansas State University, the city has several attractions and events that keep it bustling during the college year. Aggieville is a six block area of Manhattan that consists of college-age oriented bars, restaurants and shops. It has become the hub of Manhattan's nightlife. The city has been home to actress Cassandra Peterson ("Elvira" of Mistress of the Dark) and actor Brian Doyle-Murray (Groundhog Day, Caddyshack).

Population: 51904
Local Newspapers: Manhattan Free Press Manhattan Mercury Kansas City Kansan Record Topeka Capital Journal
Local Sports Teams: Topeka Scarecrows (USHL) Kansas State Wildcats
Local Colleges: Kansas State University

Zip Codes associated with manhattan, kansas: 66502 66503
Towns/Cities near manhattan, kansas : St George Junction City Ogden Westmoreland Wamego

Manhattan News
County should push back against Dark Store Theory

Menards' push to lower the appraised value of its Manhattan store harkens a looming trend that could have major adverse effects for local governments. Pottawatomie County should continue to fight to nip this in the bud.

RCPD report 3/21/18

Officers filed a report for aggravated battery, abuse of a child and aggravated endangering a child in the 3100 block of Heritage Ct. in Manhattan on March 20, 2018 at approximately 2:40 PM. Officers listed a 6 month old male as the victim and a known 24 year old male as the suspect.

City continues developing pet license ordinance

The city intends to move forward with an increase in pet license fees and using veterinarians in the licensing process. The Manhattan City Commission discussed a draft pet licensing ordinance Tuesday in an attempt to increase the number of licenses, which require proof of vaccination.

Rep. Sydney Carlin files for re-election

Carlin has served the district since 2002. Filing for election by petition means getting enough signatures from voters to gain placement on the ballot.

3 taken to Via Christi after K-177 crash

Samuel Kassing, 29, of Manhattan was driving a 1994 Toyota Camry south on Kansas Highway 177 at 12:09 p.m. about 14 miles south of Manhattan. His vehicle left the road and entered the west ditch.

Service Saturday for Kansas man

The body of an Emmett, Kan., man that was discovered during a ground search southwest of here March 7 will be laid to rest following funeral services Saturday.

Pinch me, Fake Patty's Day here to stay

It has, at this point, become an institution, more than a decade old. People who started it are now in their mid-30s, with kids.

Two area Realtors association to merge April 1

The merged association will remain the Manhattan Association of Realtors until a formal name change is approved by the National Association of Realtors. "We are incredibly excited for this opportunity and for what it means for the consumers and real estate professionals in our region," MAR executive Margaret Pendleton said in a news release.


An overturned car sits on Kansas Highway 18 after a wreck Tuesday afternoon. Demarco Branam, 25, of Ogden was driving a 2002 Buick Rendezvous westbound at 12:06 p.m. 8 miles west of Manhattan, Kansas Highway Patrol officials said.

MHK woman's 2015 death remains a mystery

Nearly three years ago, a middle-aged woman who grew up in Manhattan died after something happened on a road near Wamego. Shannon McKeeman Chebultz, a 1988 graduate of Manhattan High, died on Sept.

The Manhattan Mercury

Kylie Hurt, a sophomore elementary education, laughs as David McDaniel, a phlebotomist for the Red Cross prepares to draw her blod at the Kansas State University Blood Drive on Tuesday. The event runs through Thursday in the K-State Student Union.

Baan Thai: Off the chain authentic Asian culinary delight

I was sort of apprehensive after hearing Baan Thai was a chain restaurant, wondering what kind of rubber-stamped menu and kitchen staff I'd encounter. Not to sound racist or anything, but, at least here in 'Merica, I like hearing foreign tongue being spoken - especially in the kitchens - at ethnic restaurants.

New hotel, parking garage coming to Aggieville

It'll be at the corner of 12th Street & Bluemont Avenue. The new hotel, coming in the next several months, will be a Courtyard Hotel by the Marriott.

Kansas State University Researchers Make Breakthrough Toward...

MANHATTAN, Kan. Kansas State University researchers have discovered how weeds develop resistance to the popular herbicide glyphosate, a finding that could have broad future implications in agriculture and many other industries.

Superheros, fantasy take over KSU Union for Little Apple Comic Expo

Attendees of Saturday's Little Apple Comic Expo look at video games at a vendor booth inside the K-State Student Union. The Little Apple Comic Expo brought 55 vendors from all over the state and country Saturday inside the K-State Student Union.

County approves food, farm council agreement

The Riley County Board of Health, made up of the three Riley County commissioners, unanimously approved an interlocal agreement Monday for the council. Riley County health educator Julie Hettinger said the council will provide a forum for people to discuss food access and healthy foods.

Our Neighbors | Watts talks lobbying, love of community

Harry Watts, director of the Kansas Farm Bureau Foundation, smiles at Radina's in Aggieville on Friday. Watts said once he moved away from Manhattan, he was always looking for a reason to come back.

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