Americans might breathe a little easier now that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have left the debate stage for the final time without once coming to physical blows.
To the Editor: I was shocked Monday when I read that students at two high schools in Lawrence are being given access to free condoms without parental permission.
To the Editor: According to Monday night’s Mercury, Kansas State University is requesting help in renaming the former KSU Foundation building on Anderson Avenue.
To the Editor: As of Jan.
The long-awaited offensive to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from ISIS, which has held it since 2014, began this week.
Joe Sutliff Saunders In his letter to the editor Oct.
To the Editor: Mr.
To the Editor: This election year has done something that perhaps can be turned in a positive direction.
Carlin is the ‘ultimate advocate’ for citizens To the Editor: In the present political climate, we desperately need state representatives who possess common sense, knowledge and commitment.
Hurrah for the FBI for breaking up a plot to bomb an apartment complex occupied primarily by Somali refugees in Garden City, and three cheers for the residents of Garden City who see beyond skin color and religious beliefs and are rallying around these refugees.
To the Editor: I am writing to voice my concern and disapproval of the Genesis Health Club proposal at 2704 Allison Ave.
To the Editor: I’ve been very interested in this controversy over the Indian mascot at Manhattan High School.
To the Editor: For more than 40 years, I have depended on being able to see the pool level, water temperature and outflow of Tuttle Creek Lake six days a week in our local paper.
Carlin a ‘people person’ who serves district well To the Editor: We first met Sydney Carlin in 1998 and are very proud to acknowledge her as a longtime acquaintance and someone who has served her constituency well — all her constituency — here in the 66th District during her time in office in Topeka.
Pay attention to Dallas tomorrow.
It is not often that a country goes through decades of civil war and then votes not to accept a carefully worked out peace agreement.
It’s worth taking a moment to celebrate the completion of Fort Riley’s new hospital.
Highland isn’t afraid to ask the hard questions To the Editor: The 51st District state representative race seems to be centered on only one subject — education funding.
This morning was a little cool, even frosty in spots; it’s been a while since we’ve had temperatures in the 30s, but they’re not unwelcome.
To the Editor: You missed the importance of the leaked “Hollywood Access” tape (in your column on locker room talk.
To The Editor: The Mercury’s highly uncritical Tuesday coverage of a staged event by those lobbying to get rid of the Manhattan High School Indian mascot should have prompted more context in the article than was offered.
I filed my Kansas income tax return on March 9, 2016, and received my modest refund on Oct.
Somewhere in Las Vegas, an enterprising soul this morning might be laying odds on how long the Kansas Legislature’s 2017 session will last.
To the Editor: I would like to give three cheers for the editor in chief of the Manhattan Mercury, Ned Seaton.
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