To the Editor: Debbie Nuss is well-informed regarding the many issues that Manhattan citizens are faced with today. She understands the importance of cooperation between the city, Kansas State University and Fort Riley in developing a community that is beneficial to all of us.
To the Editor: Please join me in voting for Marcia Rozell for the USD 383 Board of Education.
To the Editor: Difficult decisions require someone with a breadth of experience in ethical choices. Balancing opposing views for the most good of the many applies good ethics.
To the Editor: Let’s bring balance to our City Commission by voting for three very capable women who care for the community and the folks who live here.
To the Editor: While I subscribe to conservative political principles, I commend all candidates whose motive for serving is a commitment to their convictions. This election may be nonpartisan, but make no mistake, it is about political ideology, with three philosophies on display: liberalism, moderation
President Barack Obama’s visit to Israel was a success. He handled himself well both with the Israelis and the Palestinians. His language with regard to Iran was tough, but not belligerent. He made all of the important stops during his visit
The corner store. Many towns have those typical, traditional stores on a corner of main street. Today we’ll learn about a corner store which was repurposed by a community foundation which is pursuing several strategies to keep the community viable. Joan Nothern is
Top to bottom, the Manhattan High softball team has plenty of experience returning to the diamond this season. But that doesn’t mean the team doesn’t have a few holes to fill in the corners of its infield. The Indians lost two impact players
Manhattan High baseball coach Don Hess is ready to see his team in action. He’s practiced with them every day for weeks now, but because of inclement weather and spring break, the team’s opportunities to spend time on an actual baseball diamond have
Starting Monday, visitors to the Discovery Center can see photos of landscapes and wildlife indigenous to the area taken by a renowned photographer. The exhibit, called “Touch the Sky: Prairie Photographs with Jim Brandenburg,” begins Monday and continues through May 26 at the Flint Hills Discovery
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