We can’t fault members of the Manhattan-Ogden Board of Education for their indignation at the notion that they support limits on issues open for discussion during contract negotiations with teachers. In fact we applaud their desire to make their own decisions. The Kansas Association
To the Editor: Arthur Loub’s recent essay about welfare criticized the president for expanding the nation’s “safety net” during the recession. Reacting to the recession by letting people suffer and starve would have been the wrong response by President Obama or any president.
To the Editor: It seems the time has come when faculty salaries at K-State should be supplemented by private money. After all, the major Regents’ administrators received hefty salaries this year, all funded from the private sector. Since the state supplies only about 25 percent of
To the Editor: On November 11, Veterans Day, our nation will honor all who have served in the armed forces. A way to personally honor someone you know who has served, or even your own service, is by purchasing a memorial brick.
To the Editor: I cannot believe downtown Manhattan now. There was a time that I hated to go downtown.
Rusty Wilson is back from his trip to the set of the Pawn Stars TV show, and the Bob’s Big Boy sign is back with him. Does that mean the celebrity Las Vegas pawn shop owners didn’t offer enough money to interest the
K-State President Kirk Schulz Friday called the 2012-13 academic year an important initial step in making KSU a top 50 public research institution by 2025. In his State of the University address, delivered at Forum Hall, Schulz said the university reached records in fundraising ($152 million), enrollment (24,378 students),
Furloughs at Fort Riley originally scheduled to end on September 30 have been completed. The furloughs, which affected around 2,400 civilian employees at Fort Riley, ended on Aug. 30 after the Department of Defense reduced the number of furlough days from 11 to six. Furlough notices were issued in
PAXICO – This town might only have a population of 220, but it draws crowds from across the Midwest and beyond for its annual blues festival. Cars from Arkansas, Missouri and Colorado parked along side streets here Saturday, the crowd having filled the main street with lawn
Cheryl Kaskela Kitterman, 68, died on Thursday at her home at Lake Elbo in Manhattan.
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