President Donald Trump’s recent spate of position reversals — on China, Russia, NATO and even Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen — has some Americans, particularly his hard-core supporters, nervous and most others delighted.
Duane Goossen Contributing Writer Kansas is thrashing in Gov.
President Donald Trump in recent days has changed direction, mostly for the better, on multiple foreign affairs matters.
To the Editor: How did the Indian and Manhattan High School become the object of controversy? There are many other schools throughout the United States with the same mascot or symbol.
Maybe politicians just can’t help themselves.
Charles Reagan Contributing Writer On Monday, The Manhattan Mercury published an opinion piece from the Washington Post under the headline, “FAA modernization is essential.
Airline passengers who needed a primer on the term “involuntary deboarding” got a graphic one via cellphone video of a passenger being dragged down the aisle of a United Airlines flight Sunday night at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport.
Mary Mertz Contributing Writer Thirty years ago this week, my husband, Bob, and I loaded a U-Haul and drove away from the life I knew and loved in Chicago.
The individual the Legislative Coordinating Council chose on Friday to represent the Kansas Legislature in legal matters pertaining to the school finance bill and the Kansas Supreme Court is familiar with both school funding and the Supreme Court.
To the Editor: What kind of person do we have as governor of this state? During his tenure, he has brought Kansas to its knees financially.
Advocates of selling 6-percent beer in Kansas grocery stores, convenience stores and drug stores finally won a key legislative victory, with first the House of Representatives and then the Senate approving the measure last week.
To the Editor: We would like to take this opportunity to remind citizens of Riley County that twice a year the names of veterans and loved ones are placed in the patio area of the Riley County Armed Forces Memorial.
To the Editor: Returning from a long trip, our plane had a medical emergency in Birmingham, Alabama.
President Donald Trump acted appropriately Thursday in ordering an attack involving dozens of Tomahawk missiles on the Syrian airbase from which Syrian aircraft earlier this week launched a nerve gas attack that killed scores of civilians, including more than a dozen children.
To the Editor: On behalf of all of us at Barton Community College, I would like to publicly extend congratulations to the First Infantry Division at Fort Riley for celebrating its 100th year.
To the Editor: Our nation faces many real and serious challenges.
Every April 6 in the “Today in History” columns in U.
To the Editor: Our names are Phillip and Monica Shaffer, and we have a sophomore, freshman and fifth-grader in the Wamego School District.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is about as partisan as a national lawmaker can be.
To the Editor: It’s hard for us to get Republicans to come to Manhattan for town hall meetings, and I think it says a lot about Rep.
To the Editor: A K-State landscape architecture class taught by Professor Alpa Nawre is developing ideas for connecting downtown Manhattan with the Kansas River frontage, including the east bank boat ramp area and Fairmont Park.
Proposals in the Kansas Senate and House tax committees to tax Internet sales differ slightly, but both would make it easier for Kansas to collect sales taxes that Kansans already are supposed to be paying on purchases but often aren’t.
To the Editor: I read with interest — and a bit of “huh?” — Helen Roser’s letter in Friday’s paper.
To the Editor: I have voted in every presidential election since I was eligible, and in most state and local elections as well.
To the Editor: I read a quote lately that goes a bit like this, “Determined deafness does not respond to logical argument.
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