To the Editor: Leadership was recently on display at the Kansas Statehouse.
The opioid epidemic hasn’t struck Kansas as hard as it has struck more populated, urban areas of the United States.
To the Editor: From time to time, I hear local residents say that they went out of town for medical care because they did not feel that our services were up to par with more distant cities.
To the Editor: It’s time for us to stop looking the other way on Fake Patty’s Day.
If you live in the Manhattan-Ogden School District and feel even remotely inclined to help the district, you can do it.
To the Editor: Thank you for publishing Chris Huntsman’s letter regarding the situation with the Kansas Public Employee Retirement System.
Few legislators should be surprised that the Kansas Supreme Court has again ruled that the Legislature must increase funding for the state’s public schools.
To the Editor: A poverty simulation was held at the First United Methodist Church Harris Activity Center last Saturday, Feb.
To the Editor: Bethel AME Church would like to thank the many community members who supported our recent Black History Month Breakfast on Feb.
If Kansans knew only that the state has a funding shortfall in the range of $280 million that must be made up by the end of June, they might despair.
Let’s set aside what Donald Trump said in his address Tuesday to a joint session of Congress.
To the Editor: Last Friday I joined other Manhattanites and attended the opening of Rep.
To the Editor: Hello.
John Currie has done a terrific job as the athletics director at Kansas State University, and we’d like to tip our cap to him as he departs.
Mike Hankins Contributing Writer Last week at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), some statements were made about my colleagues and me.
To the Editor: Much has happened in the past few days.
To the Editor: One of the focus areas for the Kansas National Education Association-Retired (KNEA-R) is financial stability in retirement.
Congratulations to the Manhattan High School wrestling team and its coach, Robert Gonzales, for winning the 6A state wrestling championship Saturday in Park City.
To the Editor: A part of the monthly programming at the Riley County Seniors’ Service Center includes a tour of a local public or private business or organization.
To the Editor: To the people who helped support the Manhattan Lions’ Biscuit and Gravy Feed on Feb.
Advocates of Medicaid expansion in Kansas were understandably thrilled last week when a bill to expand Medicaid that had been pronounced “dead” in a House committee was subsequently resurrected and approved in an impressive bipartisan vote, 81-44.
To the Editor: I am a retired doctor but still enjoy seeing patients without working full time.
To the Editor: On Thursday, Sen.
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