To the Editor: Hillary Clinton has been active her entire professional and political life working on important social issues. She has been an advocate for children with disabilities and has pledged support for the Disability Integration Act and for autism .
To the Editor: There have been many points made about the Manhattan High School Indian mascot. I wonder if all the effort to express opinions is worth the value of the issue, as compared to say, school funding in Kansas. .
To the Editor: Looking for something to do this Saturday, Oct. 1? Come to Riley for the seventh annual Fall Festival! This fun-filled day has something for everyone in the family. Spend the day on Broadway Street, where events include a .
To the Editor As we near Election Day, many politicians will prompt us to act based on our fears. I commit instead, to listen, pay attention, care, seek out the things I hold in common with others and be a .
To The Editor: As a Manhattan native and lifelong KSU supporter, I am disheartened that #family really is just another hashtag. While my own financial opportunities may be at risk by stating the obvious, this community has a rich tradition .
To the Editor: I moved to Manhattan a little over a year ago from Oklahoma, where the Native American presence is more noticeable than it is here. Thirty-nine nations (or tribes) have their headquarters in Oklahoma, including 14 that were relocated .
To the Editor: I think Mr. Gary Clift owes the public an apology for his Sunday column. Including the phrase: “wondering if the hall wasn’t full of half the Mormons in the three counties,” it was extremely disrespectful of .
To the Editor: C’mon people. Seriously. With all the problems in the world, we are getting upset about the mascot of our high school. If the mascot needs to be changed, I say leave it up to the students, .
To the Editor: Voters in Kansas have a choice to vote for people who are pro-education. Here in Manhattan we are fortunate to have excellent legislators who are supportive of education. If you live east of Manhattan in Blue Township .
To the Editor: In the past few weeks there have been several letters in the Mercury regarding whether to keep the Indian as the symbol of Manhattan High School. As I write this, the word “mascot” has been used approximately 45 .
To the Editor: Citizens of Manhattan and Riley County are reminded that twice a year, bricks bearing the names of veterans and loved ones are placed in the patio area of the Riley County Armed Forces Memorial. Names to be .
A “new” sentiment has “reappeared” regarding the Manhattan High School Indian. The following thoughts are for involved in the MHS Indian discussions. I am Native American. My great-great grandfather survived the Cherokee “Trail of Tears” from the Southeastern United States .
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