It’s not supposed to be this way, but increasingly it appears that when Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach loses, Kansans win.
To the Editor: The Polly Ogden Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution wishes to thank the communities of Manhattan, Ogden, Riley, St.
To the Editor: I want to comment on Bryan Richardson’s article, “Shifting debate,” in the Sept.
The next time a candidate for state legislature promises to “fully fund education,” ask them how much more they will raise your taxes.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday said Congress made a “mistake” in overriding his veto of a bill giving the survivors of 9/11 victims the right to sue Saudi Arabia.
To the Editor: As the Wildcats continue Big 12 play, I would like to remind you of our upcoming philanthropy event, “Cats for Cans.
Maybe state Sen.
To the Editor: Hillary Clinton has been active her entire professional and political life working on important social issues.
To the Editor: There have been many points made about the Manhattan High School Indian mascot.
To the Editor: Looking for something to do this Saturday, Oct.
There’s little doubt that Donald Trump is an intelligent man.
To the Editor As we near Election Day, many politicians will prompt us to act based on our fears.
To The Editor: As a Manhattan native and lifelong KSU supporter, I am disheartened that #family really is just another hashtag.
To the Editor: I moved to Manhattan a little over a year ago from Oklahoma, where the Native American presence is more noticeable than it is here.
Ted Cruz this year has denounced Donald Trump as a “sniveling coward,” “utterly amoral,” “a narcissist at a level I don’t think this country’s ever seen” and, for good measure, a “pathological liar.
To the Editor: I think Mr.
To the Editor: C’mon people.
I would like to weigh in on the matter of the Manhattan High School mascot.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach has been having trouble persuading courts — both state and federal — that erecting obstacles to law-abiding citizens who want to vote is an appropriate pursuit.
To the Editor: Voters in Kansas have a choice to vote for people who are pro-education.
To the Editor: In the past few weeks there have been several letters in the Mercury regarding whether to keep the Indian as the symbol of Manhattan High School.
To the Editor: Citizens of Manhattan and Riley County are reminded that twice a year, bricks bearing the names of veterans and loved ones are placed in the patio area of the Riley County Armed Forces Memorial.
A “new” sentiment has “reappeared” regarding the Manhattan High School Indian.
The situation in the Persian Gulf between the United States and Iran is growing increasingly dangerous.
Area residents have long assumed that Kansas State University athletics are good for Manhattan’s bottom line.
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