The Dallas Morning News last week said it supports Judge Neil Gorsuch’s elevation to the U.
To the Editor: In a letter March 9, Donald Rathbone, former dean of Kansas State University’s College of Engineering, responded to an article on the growth of the University of Kansas’ engineering program.
America’s military leaders know better than most the importance of modernizing and increasing the size of our armed forces so that they will be prepared for any threat, large or small, that our nation faces.
To the Editor: Grace Hwang had been a friend of mine since junior high.
To the Editor: Many thanks to Milo Kelley for his explanation of Trumpspeak and our president’s ever-changing reality.
To the Editor If Ron Estes really believes that before the Affordable Care Act became law, “most folks” had reasonable and affordable health insurance unless they chose not to have it, he is living in a fantasy world.
It’s easy for political candidates or bureaucrats to talk in fuzzy terms about “cost-sharing,” or “consolidation,” “efficiency,” or “partnerships.
We sure hope they keep the good times rollin’, over at the Riley County Commission chambers.
It’s all well and good that a national travel magazine’s website recently named Kansas State University as the prettiest campus in Kansas.
To the Editor: Salena Zito, a writer for The Atlantic, was extremely insightful when she wrote about candidate Donald Trump that the press takes him literally but not seriously while his supporters take him seriously but not literally.
A 2-percent raise isn’t exorbitant.
To the Editor: Writing this, I’m thinking of a friend who lives on the edge of town.
To the Editor: The annual youth lawnmowing clinic was held March 14 at Pottorf Hall in CiCo Park.
To the Editor: I see the esteemed local conservatives have written in defense of Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the U.
To the Editor: I read with interest the letter from the family of Grace Hwang and the Mercury staff report March.
Smiles mixed in with tears for the Kansas State women’s basketball team on Monday night.
We’re not accustomed to temperatures hovering near 90 in the winter, even if it happens on the very last day of winter.
The Kansas State University women’s basketball team won’t be favored to beat Stanford when the two teams play late this afternoon in Bramlage Coliseum with a berth in the Sweet 16 on the line.
To the Editor: Several weeks ago I wrote to the people of Kansas asking for their help in researching this great state for my school report.
To the Editor: It’s the moment every parent dreads while watching their kids play sports… the thud as the helmets clash, the thud when the heads bang on the soccer field, the thud when the ball connects with the brain at 90 miles an hour… Concussions — mild and major — are indeed common and can have long-term consequences.
Perhaps the best thing about the budget bill the Kansas Senate approved last week is that it wasn’t as bad as it might have been.
Only someone who has lived in Poland and dealt extensively with Poles could hope to understand the current political battle involving the Polish government and the election of Poland’s former president, Donald Tusk, as president of the European Council.
To the Editor: As family physicians, we were dismayed to read recent comments from Rep.
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