Hurray for Dawson Adams, a fifth-grader who while celebrating his 11th birthday at the Clarion Hotel on New Year’s Eve helped save a 2-year-old girl’s life.
Tuesday, our City Commission will have first reading of the latest incarnation of the ill-fated downtown redevelopment’s Lot 9.
I hope the local motorcycle club continues to honor its fallen brother.
We have strongly urged the Manhattan City Commission to continue to contribute modest funding to local social service agencies to meet some of the most acute needs of city residents.
I would like those of you who vote as Republican precinct chairs to know that if I had a vote to replace state Rep.
The bottom 80 percent of the state’s earners would collectively see a tax hike under Gov.
I have a dream.
Last weekend, we made a long trip (10 hours) to return our daughter to KSU for her Spring semester.
Some things folks just don’t want to talk about, or be reminded about, or hear anything more about for a while.
Mary Mertz My donkey died last fall.
Even as the United States explores peace talks in Afghanistan with the Taliban and Afghan President Hamid Karzai, the commander of U.
The Internet blackout Wednesday by Wikipedia in English and other popular online destinations had much of the effect the sites had hoped.
Maintaining quality services for Kansans with intellectual and developmental disabilities is very important to me.
We don’t object to the idea of state tax reform.
I watched Gov.
Congratulations to Ivory Anderson! The 2012 Spirit of Martin Luther King Community Service Award was presented to Mr.
HandsOn Kansas State would like to graciously thank the community of Manhattan for coming out to volunteer in honor of Dr.
Lawrence Pollack I am a CASA volunteer and a property owner and property tax payer.
Kansans who want House Speaker Mike O’Neal to resign will need more ammunition than an email he sent to colleagues in which he appropriated Scripture for a political comment.
Leaders from Manhattan, Wamego and Junction City didn’t quite solve the region’s problems during their weekend retreat, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t get some good work done.
Recently, I was asked by someone who knew I owned a business on North Third Street if anything was in the works to bring McCall Road across Tuttle Creek Boulevard and connect it to Bluemont Avenue.
My daughter’s apartment house was extensively damaged by a fire the night of Dec.
Sometimes time flies.
I was surprised and upset by the defeatist conclusion of the recent Mercury editorial “Democrats’ plan not bad but futile.
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