To the Editor: I was once talking to one of my teachers when I observed, “You can’t tell people how to live.” He replied, “But you have to try.”
To the Editor: The central issue in the April city election is the cost of living in Manhattan. We need commissioners who will take a holistic view and drive down the debt.
To the Editor: I endorse Usha Reddi for City Commission.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — La Salle just played a difficult game, jumped on a plane at 1:30 Thursday morning and arrived in Kansas City just before 5 a.m. So what did Explorers coach John Giannini say his team would do for its live practice Thursday at the
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Until late Wednesday night, Kansas State didn’t know what team it would be playing in the second round of the NCAA Championship on Friday. As it turns out, K-State’s opponent, La Salle, looks a little like some of the teams
A KU student filed a suit against his own fraternity the other day seeking damages for injuries he suffered during a frat party. The 20-year-old plaintiff’s presentation of the facts is that he and some of his buddies were drinking (illegally) at the party
To The Editor: Mr. Bob Strawn’s letter in the March 13 Mercury attacking my statement that he believes in a litmus test for candidates was very enlightening in terms of how he would serve us as a city commissioner if elected:
A Kansas State University research team has found that despite humans increasing nitrogen production through industrialization, nitrogen availability in many ecosystems has remained steady for the past 500 years. Their work appears in the journal Nature. “People have been really interested in nitrogen in current times
With the spring burn season approaching, the Riley County Emergency Management team wants to remind property owners to get a burn permit before starting controlled burns on their land. Riley County Emergency Management Director Pat Collins and Emergency Management Coordinator Laurie Harrison said that a
Any personnel issues that arise in the county health department while a search continues for a new director will be resolved outside the department itself, county commissioners determined Thursday. Commissioners made that decision following a discussion with human resource manager Cindy Volanti. The decision takes
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