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  • Paid Endorsement: Laffer approach discredited; Brownback plan has failed

    To the Editor: A few years ago, Gov. Sam Brownback (or Kansas taxpayers?) paid an enormous consulting fee to Arthur Laffer to provide counsel on policy aimed at promoting growth in the state. Regarded by most knowledge-able economists as a .

  • CivicPlus hires six employees

    CivicPlus has hired six new employees. Jeremy Coulter, regional sales manager, comes with a background in sales, working at Verizon since 2008 as a member of their sales team. He will now be expected to build interest in software and service .

  • Paid Endorsement: Put a stop to misjudgment; vote to remove Judge Bosch

    To the editor: Over the past few years, I have read several articles in local papers and online websites regarding our local district court judge, John F. Bosch. In the Oct. 5 Manhattan Mercury, an article titled “Judge’s sentences raise .

  • Paid Endorsement: Help re-elect Pat Roberts, a proven leader with integrity

    To the Editor: If you truly want what’s best for Kansas, it makes no sense to choose Greg Orman over Sen. Pat Roberts. Here’s just a short list of Pat Roberts’ accomplishments for Kansas and Manhattan. See more .

  • My Kidney Center hires practice manager

    Cynthia L. Stewart is joining the My Kidney Center as the practice manager. In this newly created position, she will assist Dr. Bedros and his staff in daily task while providing care and service to patients. Originally from Westmoreland, Stewart .

  • Redbud Estates owner joins housing board

    The Kansas Manufactured Housing Association elected Kevin Willett to the board of directors for 2014-15 during its annual meeting at the Meriden Event Center in Newton. Willett, owner and general manager of Redbud Estates in Manhattan, has been in the .

  • Family and Implant Dentisty hires hygienist

    Family and Implant Dentistry hired Stephanie Alexander to work in the hygiene department. Alexander grew up in Alma, attended K-State and studied dental hygiene at Johnson County Community College, graduating in 2006. She worked in an advanced periodontal office, and for .

  • Elect Roberts, Davis and Sherow

    In two days, Kansas voters will complete a process that began many months ago. Many Kansans have voted in advance, but others have yet to cast their ballots. For area residents who are undecided, we offer the following thoughts and .

  • Royals were a welcome distraction from mudslinging

    To the Editor: Hooray for the boys in blue… and their coach, Ned Yost! I watched practically all of the Royals’ games this season on TV. The Royals were spectacular. They were having fun, and one could tell there was .

  • Roberts campaign refuses to take down Snyder ad, Schulz says

    U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts’ campaign declined a request from Kansas State University to stop airing a television ad in which football coach Bill Snyder endorses Roberts, K-State president Kirk Schulz said Friday. But a Roberts spokesman said no such .

  • Martin leads way in win over Rural

    TOPEKA — The Manhattan High football team got a career night from Chris Martin in a 45-23 win over Washburn Rural Friday in Topeka. Martin scored five touchdowns – four on the ground and one on a catch – while rushing for 212 yards .

  • Dietitian: Let children enjoy Halloween treats Candy.phatch

    A K-State dietitican says it’s OK to let children indulge in candy they collect from trick-or-treating. “Nothing should ever be completely foreign and off limits because then it becomes something that kids really crave,” said Sandy Procter, assistant professor .





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