Becky Goff, WIBW

Becky Goff


Kansas, United States

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Past articles by Becky:

MHK city-wide free storm debris clean-up continues following Tues. night storms

Following last night’s storms, the City of Manhattan says residents still have time to add limbs and branches to their pile for the City’s free storm clean-up event. → Read More

10 RCPD fathers surprised with shopping spree

Heading into Father’s Day weekend, Academy Sports and Outdoors in Manhattan wanted to give back to a few fathers from the Riley County Police Department. → Read More

World’s oldest living chimpanzee to celebrate 68th birthday at Sunset Zoo on Monday

The world’s current oldest-known living chimpanzee, is living her best life at Manhattan’s Sunset Zoo. → Read More

Salute Our Heroes: Farley and Remington serving together at Fort Riley

With May being Mental Health Awareness Month, what better way to bring awareness than to highlight two canines whose jobs are to provide support to soldiers at Fort Riley. → Read More

Nine musicians without instruments competed to win regional event

Nine musicians without instruments took the stage in Manhattan’s first sanctioned US Air Guitar competition. → Read More

Family pet dies in Riley Co. house fire

Riley County Fire crews were called out to a structure fire in the 4600 Block of Freeman Road north of Manhattan on Sunday evening. → Read More

‘Sneaker Soiree’ pairs sneakers with black tie attire to support Girls on the Run of the Flint Hills

Black ties, ball gowns and sneakers…not a fashion combination many would choose to wear together. → Read More

Geary County schools broke ground for new elementary school on Fort Riley

Fort Riley and USD 475 broke ground for a new elementary school on Friday afternoon. → Read More

Proposed slaughterhouse raises concern among residents in Geary Co.

A group of concerned citizens in Geary County are voicing their concerns about a slaughterhouse proposed to be built west of Junction City. → Read More

Northern Riley County ambulance station unanimously approved by Riley Co. Commissioners

After years of waiting – northern Riley County residents will soon have full access to a fully staffed ambulance station. → Read More

Apple drop returns to bring in the new year in the Little Apple

The Little Apple will once again drop the apple in Aggieville at midnight on New Year’s Eve. → Read More

Final beam signed and installed at Stormont Vail Health’s new Manhattan Medical facility

Stormont Vail Health’s Manhattan Medical campus marked another milestone Friday afternoon. → Read More

Eleven inmates test positive for COVID-19 at Riley County Jail

Eleven inmates at the Riley County Jail tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, December 13th. → Read More

USD 383 to continue conversation over possible name change

Members informally voted 4-3 Wednesday to continue the conversation, mentioning the district’s recent discussions on diversity, equity and inclusion. → Read More

Salute Our Heroes: Husband and wife volunteer together with Riley Co. Fire Dept.

A Riley County couple has been serving as volunteer fire fighters since their now-adult children were young. → Read More

Annual Fall Apple Day Festival showcases history of Fort Riley

After a year of going virtual due to COVID-19, Fort Riley’s Fall Apple Day Festival was back with a few changes. → Read More

Geary Co. partnership hopes to give residents access to better food

Geary County Schools USD 475 has partnered with Live Well Geary County to provide residents better access to nutritional meals. → Read More

Residents ‘relish’ the day during the Paxico Pickle Fest

Residents of a small town in Wabaunsee County relished in the sunshine Saturday morning, making a big ‘dill’ of a new facility in the city park. → Read More

9/11 Commemoration ceremony honors lives lost since 2001 in War on Terrorism

Fort Riley hosted a commemoration event, on the east side of the Cavalry Parade Field, in memory of the lives lost 20 years ago during the terror attacks on the United States of America. → Read More

10th annual Fallen Hero Run commemorates Patriot Day

In observance of Patriot Day, Fort Riley’s Morale Welfare and Recreation program hosted the 10th annual Fallen Hero Run. → Read More