Approximately ten county residents along with county staff attended the Monday morning public hearing on commercial solar energy in Pottawatomie County. Previously, the planning commission had recommended the county place a permanent moratorium on solar farms.
Pottawatomie County employees are having issues with the cost of prescriptions after the county switched to a new health care plan.
(MANHATTAN, Kan. – February 3, 2023) — Residents are invited to attend a public dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Friday, February 10 inside the City’s brand-new Joint Maintenance Facility (JMF), located southeast of U.S. 24 at 1000 Levee Drive, which is located i…
WAMEGO, Feb. 1, 2023 -- The Kansas Bureau of Investigation, Wamego Police Department and Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office today updated the investigation into a death of a Wamego man.
WESTMORELAND, Feb. 1, 2023 – McKaine T. Farr, 21, Wamego, appeared for his preliminary hearing today in the Pottawatomie County District Court where he was remanded to stand trial on distribution of a controlled substance causing death, according to County Attorney Sherri Schuck.
In a low scoring effort, the Wamego Raiders dropped a game Friday night at Eudora, 46-33.
Wamego's Lady Raiders only had one basketball game last week, but they made it count as on they traveled to Eudora Friday and brought home a 62-29 win.
This year’s Rock vs. Boom match-up saw two top ten teams clash at Rock Creek High School last Friday night, with the Wamego girls basketball team sporting a number four ranking in 4A, and Rock Creek coming in at number nine. However, Wamego’s physical defensive strategy stifled the Mustangs,…
Wamego and Rock Creek sent their boys wrestling teams Saturday to the 22nd Annual BIT in Baldwin.
The Red Raiders romped over the Council Grove Braves Jan. 24, treating the home crowd to a 70-40 win.
High school students interested in law enforcement will have the opportunity this summer to see what law enforcement training and careers are like through the Cadet Law Enforcement Academy program. The Cadet Law program is hosted by the Patrol and sponsored by the American Legion and the Ame…
The third annual “Rural Revitalization Conference” will be held on Wednesday, Feb, 22 in Randolph, according to Gary Fike, Riley County K-State Research and Extension Director.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Two-thirds of chronic diseases – diabetes, heart disease, arthritis and others -- can be prevented by lifestyle changes.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Snow across portions of Kansas provided relief to landscapes during an abnormally dry December.
Dozens of non-profit and educational organizations will once again fill Manhattan Town Center for the annual Community Fair. The large showcase exhibitor event will be held on Saturday, Feb. 4.
“Common Prosperity” is now the strategy being followed in China to achieve more economic equity across the Chinese population. When Deng Xiaoping took over soon after Mao’s death, China had been a country where everyone was relatively equal, as in equally poor.
Six generations of our family farming in Pott. Co. has always meant planning ahead, for both the next season and the next generation. Our family has always taken decisions about the future of our farm, family, and community very seriously, including the recent question of whether landowners …
I am writing this letter to express my frustration with the lack of empathy and consideration from the city of Wamego regarding pool access, specifically from 6-8 a.m.