Feb 11, 2020 3:59 PM

Cloud County Community College campus visitors can win free books

Posted Feb 11, 2020 3:59 PM

Students who visit the Cloud County Community College campuses between now and Feb. 29 have a chance to win free books for a year as part of the Admissions Department's Spring Visit Days.

All prospective students who visit the Concordia or Geary County campuses until Feb. 29 will be entered into a drawing to win free books from the college T-Bird Bookstore for the 2020-2021 academic year. Not having to buy textbooks can save students up to $1,500. Six students will be drawn at random to receive the free books.

To schedule a visit to the Geary County campus in Junction City, contact Student Services at 800-729-5101, extension 750.

To schedule a visit to the Concordia campus, contact the Admissions office at 800-729-5101, extension 212. Visits can also be scheduled through the Admissions website dat www.cloud.edu/Admissions, and clicking the "Schedule a Campus Visit" button.

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RCPD: Teen made criminal threat on social media

Manhattan — Law enforcement authorities are investigating an alleged criminal threat in Manhattan.

Just before 9:30p.m. Monday, officers filed a report for aggravated criminal threat involving a 15-year-old boy, according to the Riley County Police Department activity report.  

Jason Pearson Jr., 15,  Manhattan, is accused of making  threats on social media. He is a student at Manhattan High School's east campus.  The threat did not involve the school, according to police.

Police arrested him while at the Riley County Police Department on a requested charge of aggravated criminal threat. 

Police released no additional details.