Letters

  • K-State bands proud to be part of our Wildcat family

    To the Editor: We at the K-State bands would like to thank all of you for the incredible hospitality and response you showed us and the Iowa State Marching Band during last weekend’s Fort Riley Day football game and .

  • DAR honored to support America’s military veterans

    To the Editor: The Daughters of the American Revolution supports veterans of the United States and their military service. Our national defense has been supported by these fine men and women during their military service. The freedom our country has .

  • Where should society look to turn people from suicide?

    To the Editor: In a recent issue of the Mercury, there were two apparently unrelated detailed articles dealing with related issues, namely, the marked in-crease in the rate of suicides in Kansas and the decrease in funding for mental health .

  • Mail carrier’s kind act sets a positive example

    To the Editor: On a recent Saturday I want for a walk in the neighborhood. I was walking along McDowell Avenue when I noticed a mail truck coming up the street. There was a house where the people had apparently .

  • K-State Marching Band is one of region’s gems

    To the Editor: We in this land of purple have many things to be proud of. The Pride of Wildcat Land, t he Kan-sas State University Marching Band, is one of those at the very top of the list.  .

  • MHS has long been blessed with fine coaches, teachers

    To the Editor: Your special feature on the football teams at Manhattan High School in the late 1980s brought back many great memories of that era for those of us who were very close to the program.  The parents .

  • Fairy Godmothers grateful for support of golf tourney

    To the Editor The Fairy Godmothers of Manhattan want to publicly thank the 80-plus golfers who participated in the seventh annual Fairy Godmothers Charity Golf Tournament and the numerous sponsors who helped make the Sept. 30 tournament possible. We owe special .

  • Disrespect for game hurts decent hunters, fishermen

    To the Editor: My wife and I were walking Tuesday morning, October 29, along College Avenue about a half-mile north of the football stadium. In the ditch on the east side of the road, a few yards north of the concrete .

  • Perspectives of doctors from elsewhere worthwhile

    To the Editor: Dr Kozel, thank you for your letter describing your experi-ences with Rhode Island’s health insurance changes. I appreciate your insight as a pediatrician. I’d like to see more doctors like you write about their exper-iences, .

  • ‘Now is the time to clean house — the White House’

    To the Editor: Enough is enough! I don’t know about you, but I have had my fill of President Barack Obama and this administration — like the entire White House. Their deeds disgust me. They constantly lie, won’t obey .

  • Holmberg brings world-class entertainment to McCain

    To the Editor: When I was offered a position at Kansas State University many years ago, one thing on the negative side of the ledger was having to give up certain “quality of life” items that Kan-sas City provided. Prominent .

  • Please donate food, funds at K-State-Iowa State game

    To the Editor: The changing tree leaves, cool temperatures and Saturdays in Bill Snyder Family Stadium are all signs that the holiday season will soon be upon us. I’m sure I’m not alone when I say this is .


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