Q: I’ve read some about the “two-tier” voting system in Kansas that Kris Kobach is preparing, but I don’t really get it. Could you explain it? I understand that there are a bunch of people who have registered to vote but might not
Q: We have some fiscally conservative city and county commissioners, yet they chose to spend the weekend retreat in Overland Park rather than in Manhattan. What’s the justification for going to OP rather than staying in town? Did taxpayers pay their expenses?
Q: Manhattan has a sidewalk snow removal ordinance. Why is it not enforced? I live in and walk the area Leavenworth/11th/Moro/3rd and more than half of the walks are NEVER cleaned.
Q: Whatever happened to the case of the veterinary student who hit two people and killed them on K-18?
Q: Does Kevin Lockett have any more sons, and if not, why not?
Q: There are so many major construction projects going on in Manhattan. Comparing the multistory steel frameworks, however, makes one curious. In particular, the new NBAF building and the South Fourth Street project have beams and girders that one might find in a fort. They
Q: I read something about the city government supposedly having a “debt limit.” Is that true? What’s so magic about a certain number?
Q: Several times during each basketball game I attend at K-State’s Bramlage Coliseum, the big lights at the top of the arena flash like a flash camera. How come? A: It’s a secret plot that the Bob Huggins Mafia installed in the rafters
Q: Why do public sports announcers not ask fans to place their hand over their heart for the playing of the national anthem? They always say: “Please stand and remove your hat for the playing of the national anthem.” Standing and removing your
Q: On the renovation of the old Memorial Stadium at K-State, what happens to the stone on the outside of the building? Also, is it designated as a historic site? Who decides? A: You’re asking about a big project going on right now to
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