To the Editor: When the “farmer from Fowler — Tim Huelskamp —entered the dimly lit Washing-ton, D.C. Beltway two years ago, sinister and powerful interest groups waited to pounce.
To the Editor: In Art Loub’s Jan. 30 letter, he made a reasonable request: “... maybe an informed Democrat or liberal in the Manhattan area can enlighten us gun-toting, Bible thumping, women-hating semi-literate dinosaur conservatives as to just what five things Obama did accomplish…”
To the Editor: Last Sunday, the Mercury printed the article, “Topeka schools’ police force says it wants more fire power.” When describing the guns the police wanted or already owned, the article used the words “semi-automatic” seven times, but when describing the guns that “bad
To the Editor: Per usual when Art Loub is allowed to pontificate on the pages of the Mercury, it would take dozens of pages to rebut all the fallacious arguments and misleading numbers that he can cram into a few paragraphs. So please forgive me
To the Editor: Once again the Manhattan community has overwhelmed us with their generosity in donating to our annual Mitten Tree project at Manhattan Public Library.
To the Editor: This is in reference to the letter to the editor in Sunday’s paper, “Congressmen do not reflect our views on gun safety.”
To the Editor: Many thanks to the Mercury for the excellent article about Doug Muller, the agriculture instructor at Manhattan High School. This was well-deserved recognition.
To the Editor: House Bill 2023 was recently approved by the House Committee on Commerce, Labor, and Economic Development. This means that the bill will now find its way onto the Kansas House floor. It seems the intent of HB 2023, according to Kansas Chamber of Commerce
To the Editor: Kansans, Gov. Sam Brownback wants to raise our taxes consi-derably! He wants to eliminate two deductions from the state income tax returns: the mortgage deductions and the property tax deduction.
To the Editor: I am disappointed in the City of Manhattan’s determined course to deny free water service to schools and churches. This seems to me more of an ethical issue, rather than a legal one. When the city decided to pursue
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