1. Should the city extend non-discrimination protections to include sexual orientation? If so, should an exemption be permitted for religious beliefs? Yes, ALL citizens should be protected against discrimination. Exemptions should be granted only if the organization seeking the exemption is funded and operated by a
1. Should the city extend non-discrimination protections to include sexual orientation? If so, should an exemption be permitted for religious beliefs? No. All people should be treated fairly, equally, and with respect. This cannot be achieved by using the coercive police power of government to
Muriel Joyce Sawyer Graham, 90, died Wednesday at Meadowlark Hills.
Linda Johnson, 69, of Blue Rapids, died Thursday at her home surrounded by her loving family.
Brian Daniel Lee Kemnitz, 25, of Manhattan died Thursday at Salina Regional Hospital.
Charlotte Maxine “Aunt Max” McAllister Miller, 98, of Overland Park, died Feb. 27, 2013, at the Kansas City Hospice House.
Marilyn A. Grauer, 77, of Manhattan, died Friday at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan.
Norma Margaret Simons Morrison, 95, died Friday at Meadowlark Hill Honstead House in Manhattan.
To the Editor: Consolidating some services paid for by the city and Riley County can be a money-saving accomplishment. But it must be done by individuals familiar with those offices to avoid the outcome of a messy headache.
To The Editor: I have served with Debbie Nuss on a committee, and know of several other committees and organizations she’s volunteered for in the community. She is very knowledgeable on all aspects of the city and would be a great asset to the
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