Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Wamego

Wamego Kansas area information

Open house on K-99 project

The Kansas Department of Transportation is hosting a public open house to review recommendations for the improvement of the K-99 corridor from I-70 north...

Flush Road construction to begin

On Monday, April 11, weather permitting, an intersection improvement project will begin at the U.S. 24 and Flush Road junction in Pottawatomie County. Project...

Security and insurance examined by Wamego City Commissioners

The Wamego City Commission is moving forward on making City Hall a secure facility. At Tuesday’s meeting, City Manager Merl Page reviewed the proposal...

Wamego man who threatened coworkers on social media in court

A Caterpillar Work Tools employee in Wamego who was arrested on a criminal threat charge in March will have a preliminary hearing on April...

Area lawmakers discuss state issues Saturday at MPL

At one point in the Groesbeck Room of the Manhattan Public Library late Saturday morning, a woman in the audience just said it. "What the hell...

US 24/Excel work to begin

On Monday, March 28, weather permitting, an intersection improvement project will begin at the U.S. 24 and Excel Road junction just east of Manhattan...

Arrest in Wamego criminal threat case

A Caterpillar Work Tools employee in Wamego has been arrested on a criminal threat charge. According to a news release from Wamego Police Chief Mike Baker...

USD 320 board approves early graduation for student

Wamego’s USD 320 Board of Education was into making decisions. At Monday’s meeting, Principal Tim Winter Introduced Sara Umscheid, a Junior wanting to graduate in...

USD 320 seeks new superintendent following O’Dea resignation

As KMAN previously reported, Wamego’s USD 320 Board of Education is in search of a new Superintendent. At Monday’s meeting, Kansas Association of School Boards Director...

USD 320 board moves ahead with bond issue

Wamego’s USD 320 Board of Education made a decision to move forward with a bond issue. At Monday’s meeting, Operations Director Larry Hannan went over...