Q: Why is the project on Bluemont Avenue taking so long? A: Because it’s a road project. Duh! They always seem to take forever, especially if they foul up your daily commute, right? In this particular case, there are some contributing factors, according to
Q: I see these people carrying weights over their head and doing jumps and lunges or whatever along the trail around City Park. What’s going on there?
Q: What are they putting in out there next to Tractor Supply Co. on U.S. Highway 24?
Q: The new downtown remodel seems to be reducing the number of parking spaces pretty dramatically. I wonder if the city commissioners who approved that are the same city commissioners who approved the new Civic Plus building that will have no parking lot for
Q: I heard Kirk Schulz say that the new stadium expansion project was “under budget.” But the budget was $75 million, and it turned out to be $90 million. How is that “under budget”?
Q: I see the city street sweepers out at varying times and wonder whether there is a posted schedule that the public can view so we know when they will be in front of our house. The reason is that I would love to know
Q: What’s the deal with Planet Sub?
Q: What’s the future of parades in downtown Manhattan? They’re narrowing Poyntz, and putting in a “traffic calmer” (the politically correct term) at Fourth and Poyntz.
Q: What’s the deal with that place called “Shakes” on Fort Riley Boulevard? It’s been sitting there, closed, for years. How come?
Q. I see that we may be headed for another government shutdown. Can you tell me how many shutdowns there have been so far in our history, and for the most part, did any of them really have an adverse effect on the country?
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