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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
Korean Games have added significance

The Winter Olympics are just a couple of weeks away. And this past weekend, there were people in Hawaii who thought that North Korea had launched a nuclear missile at them.

Greater Manhattan Economic Partnership announced

Pottawatomie County Economic Development Corporation President Doug Springer speaks during Tuesday's announcement of a new partnership inside the Flint Hills Discovery Center. The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce and the Pottawatomie County Economic Development Corporation announced Tuesday the formation of a regional economic development alliance to be called the Greater Manhattan Economic Partnership, according to a press release from the chamber.

KBI issues statements regarding 3 cases, homicide victims identified

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and the Graham County Sheriff's Office have identified the victims of the homicides which occurred in Graham County on Jan. 4. The victims were Efren Mascarenas, Sr., 52, of Penokee, and Christin Cantrell, 28, of Penokee. Both individuals were residing at the residence where they were found.

Four hospitalized after two weekend crashes

Three people were taken to Via Christi after a collision on Tuttle Creek Boulevard Saturday evening, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol report, and another was hospitalized in a second crash on Sunday. Cheryl Wiegert, 70, Manhattan, on Saturday was driving a 2010 Lexus UT south and failed to yield the right of way around 6 p.m. just west of Kansas Highway 13. She hit a 2006 Chevrolet Uplander driven by Lamar Holthaus, 31, Manhattan.

KSU professor learns about students through death and dying class

Walking through a cemetery can teach you not only about individuals, but also about the society and time in which they lived, a K-State professor has learned over his decades in Manhattan. Albert Hamscher, a professor of history, said attitudes towards death and dying can tell us more about those who came before us, something he explores with students in a course he teaches at K-State.

Goins, crew gave complete jazz, vocal show at Hoover Opera House

Professor Wayne Goins, who runs the Jazz Studies program at K-State, likes to get out and play. Manhattanites know him for his skill with a guitar and for the genorosity he demonstrates when sharing the stage with younger musicians, some of the program students.

Pitts, Hartnett winners of 'Spirit of MLK' awards

Kevin Bryant, co-chair of the Manhattan Martin Luther King, Jr., Committee, awards Richard Pitts, left, one of two Spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Awards. Barbara Hartnett was the other recipient.

In Focus 1/15/18

Today's guests on In Focus included UFM Community Learning Center Office Coordinator Emma McElhaney, with Manhattan Public Library Adult Services Manager Rhonna Hargett, both on the Talk20MHK Committee.

Kansas City Zoo welcomes Gracie, a female baby chimpanzee

The zoo announced Friday that a female chimpanzee named Gracie was born earlier in the week to 21-year-old Teetoo. Gracie is Teetoo's first baby.

Club news for Jan. 14, 2018

Mary Stamey talked about the Great Decisions book that members of an AAUW group read a chapter from and discuss the topic at each of their meetings. They studied topics such as Russian foreign policy, China foreign policy and more.

WSU vice president tells celebration to commit to MLK Jr.'s dream of change

Dr. Marche Fleming-Randle, the first African-American female vice president at Wichita State University, speaks at the MLK Jr. community celebration Saturday at Manhattan Fire House. Fleming-Randle said individuals must make change instead of waiting for it to happen.

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They were married on Jan. 30, 1953, in Basehor at the Basehor Baptist Church. Iona is a retired bookkeeper, homemaker and a dedicated volunteer.

Legislators wonder how to fund $600M for K-12 education

After seeing the plan for K-12 education funding - an additional $600 million in five years - state legislators are concerned about revenue sources. The state is tasked with putting more money into K-12 education after the Kansas Supreme Court ruled against the state's current level of funding.

this Week in the Arts | Wedding show, zoo new year, MLK breakfast and more

Featuring prayer, reflection and breakfast to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, featuring Barry Wilkerson, Riley County Attorney. Wilkerson was awarded the Outstanding Prosecutor Victim Service Award for his service to crime victims.

KSNT Home For The Holidays a " November 2017

Flu is now widespread in every state except Hawaii, but the good news is the flu season appears to be peaking. The Kansas Highway Patrol says a 22-year-old Olathe woman died when she was hit by her own car after it was struck by an another driver.

Welcome Gracie, KC Zoo's new baby chimpanzee

Born the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 9, Gracie is the daughter of 21-year-old Teetoo, a first-time mother. Having helped raise her little brother, Milo, and her niece, Ruw, Teetoo is taking the challenge of motherhood in stride, according to a statement from zoo officials.

The Manhattan Mercury

The Kansas State Department of Education named Taylor Gros, a third-grade teacher at Bluemont Elementary, as one of 32 first-year teachers who won the Kansas Horizon Award. "I have learned a great amount in my short time as a teacher," Gros said.

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