Tuesday, October 6, 2015


  • Editorials | October 05, 2015

    Baseball season still going strong

    Congratulations to the Kansas City Royals. They’re in the American League playoffs for the second consecutive year, and unlike last year, when they entered through the side door, this year they’ve made themselves the team to beat.

  • Letters | October 05, 2015

    Via Christi is limiting but not halting PCI

    This decision was made not because of quality or safety concerns, but as a result of not having enough interventional cardiologists in Manhattan to perform the procedure on a 24/7 schedule.

  • Letters | October 05, 2015

    Profanity not good; dissing Jayhawks taboo

    Regarding the letter writer whose daughters transferred out of K-State due to persistently offensive and sexually suggestive language by faculty members…

  • Editorials | October 03, 2015

    Revenue trend remains troubling

    It’s difficult to sugarcoat the latest Kansas revenue report, one in which the state in September collected almost $32 million less than it had projected.

  • Letters | October 03, 2015

    Faculty’s offensive language cost K-State two ‘A’ students

    Both of my daughters left KSU for other insti-tutions after one semester (and with all A’s) due to excessive use of profanity and sexually explicit comments by professors.

  • Letters | October 03, 2015

    Manhattan Catholic Schools grateful for auction support

    Thank you to all the individuals, businesses and volunteers who contributed to the success of the Manhattan Catholic Schools 32nd benefit auction, “Fall in the Flint Hills,” Sept.26 at the St. Thomas More Utopia Room.

  • Letters | October 03, 2015

    Privatizing USPS would end universal mail access

    The Kansas State Association of Letter Carriers will continue to diligently work with members of Kansas’ congressional delegation to ensure that rural and small-town Kansans’ need for universal postal access at a universal price, is not trampled in Wall Street’s undying greed.

  • Columns | October 03, 2015

    China presents growing challenges to U.S.

    While much attention late last month in Washington focused on Pope Francis and the resignation of House Speaker John Boehner, the visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping may have more important long-term impact.

  • Editorials | October 02, 2015

    Will we ever stop mass murders?

    Gun control can indeed be part of the solution, but it alone isn’t enough. It’s all but impossible to prevent someone intent on getting a gun and doing harm from doing so.

  • Letters | October 02, 2015

    Peace Auditorium jubilee was a memorable occasion

    A big thank-you goes to all the performers who made the Diamond Jubilee celebration of Peace Memorial Auditorium, “Remembering the 101,”  such a wonderful event.

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