Unemployment rates are traditionally low in Kansas, but it’s been years since either Manhattan or Kansas has enjoyed the jobless rates recorded in October. As was reported in Monday’s Mercury, the jobless rate in Manhattan fell from an .
For thousands of Kansas State University students, the Thanksgiving holiday travel period might have begun after their last class last week and could well extend until their first class next week. For AAA and other organizations in the travel industry, .
Gov. Sam Brownback was correct last week to note that if Kansans truly want to preserve the state’s diminishing water supply, the time has come to shift from talk to action. “We know this aquifer,” he said. “We know .
John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Lincoln. John Dillinger was a notorious bank robber. John Gotti, a mobster, led the Gambino crime family. John Hinckley Jr. shot President Ronald Reagan. John Wayne Gacy Jr., the “Clown Killer,” was a serial murderer .
The American Medical Association, which on Tuesday called for a ban on the direct advertising of prescription drugs and medical devices to consumers, isn’t likely to get one. Nor should it. The ads are a form of commercial .
There’s nothing wrong with the Kansas Department of Children and Families’ review of foster care regulations as long as what’s best for children is central to the effort. For instance, reducing the amount of evidence required to move .
It’s disappointing but not surprising that Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has joined about two dozen other governors, all but one of them Republicans, in erecting obstacles to Syrian refugees seeking asylum in their states. Also not surprisingly — and with .
The weekend did nothing to dilute the horror of the barbarity inflicted on Paris Friday night in a series of attacks whose death toll is likely to climb from the latest figure of 129. The revulsion of the murderous assault by .
It’s possible that Manhattan is moving toward a sustainable system of regulating rental properties here. That’s saying something, because both sides in a long-running debate appear willing to give a little in the name of compromise. That hasn’.
There’s been plenty ugly at the University of Missouri in the past week. For many, the ugly goes back decades, too. But without diminishing the other issues — we touched on several of them in last night’s editorial — we’.
It’s been an ugly week at the University of Missouri. Nobody comes off looking good at all, least of all the state of American race relations. We’ll assume you know the basics: The chancellor of the campus in .
In a little more than a year and a half, just about anyone adult who wants to will be able to carry a concealed gun into classrooms and auditoriums at Kansas colleges and universities. That’s because first, in what .
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