To the Editor: Thrice more it has occurred — no publicity. First, unless I happened to miss any of the write-ups, there was no mention or publicity about the interdenominational Rally for Life at the state Capitol in Topeka on Jan. 22. Despite the very cold weather,
To the Editor: As chairs of Manhattan Public Library’s Book Committee, we want to thank the patrons who donate their used books, the librarians at the Information Desk who collect the donations and the volunteers who collectively put in more than 1,000 hours this past
To the Editor: Sometimes we wonder what is going on. President Jimmy Carter, to be kind or politically correct or whatever, gave the Panama Canal, which the United states had built, to the Panamanian government. More recently, the Panamanian government was in need of cash,
To the Editor: The second annual Father-Daughter Sweetheart Dance was a huge success. We couldn’t have done this without the generous support of our sponsors, Little Apple Toyota Honda and the K-State Federal Credit Union.
To the Editor: How would you describe the people of Manhattan to a stranger? “They put on their purple and rush to fill the stadium?” No. this is about the community of Manhattan. Its vigorous support, or lack of it, is measured in how many
To the Editor: Are you someone who enjoys traveling with your camper or rig? If so, you might be interested in joining a camping club, the Konza Kampers. This club gets together once a month, usually the second weekend, for six campouts in the warmer
To the Editor: On April 2, the residents of Manhattan will vote to fill three of the five seats on the City Commission, the governing board of the City of Manhattan. These five people will decide what amount of property tax money you will pay to
To the Editor: The interwoven subjects of budget and taxes I believe should be considered as a whole-state picture — including the state’s needs — and that taxes are an insurance policy funded by all to meet various particular needs.
To the Editor: We are very fortunate to have Debbie Nuss as a candidate for the Manhattan City Commission.
To the Editor: An article in the Feb. 4 Manhattan Mercury reports that Tony Powell was to be sworn in to the Kansas Court of Appeals this week. Powell, appointed by Gov. Sam Brownback, was a leader among anti-abortion Republicans while he was in the Legislature.
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