To the Editor: This is a very painful letter to write, but I hope it will cause some people to do some serious thinking about a law that needs to be changed.
To the Editor: On Tuesday morning, Nov. 27, I did some shopping at Target. Later that morning I discovered that the key fob had fallen off my car key.
To the Editor: As a city commissioner and mayor who voted against the idea of a Flint Hills Discovery Center so many times it gave me a headache, and as one who still finds it an unfortunate use of millions upon millions of tax dollars,
To the Editor: It has been my privilege to volunteer on the marketing committee for the Flint Hills Breadbas-ket Mayor’s Spirit of the Holidays Lighted Parade since its beginning. Now in its 11th year, this wonderful event is a chance for our community
To the Editor: The Manhattan Lions Club is truly grateful to all who purchased tickets and attended our annual pancake feed. We also greatly appreciate the purchase of tickets and the donations by the following merchants and groups:
To the Editor: My introduction to Kansas State University was in 1961 when I was called back into service during the Berlin crisis and was stationed at Fort Riley. Kansas State’s football program was pathetic, and basketball under their great coach Tex Winter was superb.
To the Editor: The traditional holiday shopping season officially kicks off Thanksgiving week with big box stores promoting special Black Friday sales while Cyber Monday supports shopping on-line.
To The Editor: The Manhattan Breakfast Optimist Club this season is continuing the annual tradition of selling Christmas trees and holiday decorations at the Optimist Tree Lot.
To the Editor: The Buttons ’n Bows Arts and Crafts Fair has become an annual tradition in the Manhattan community and a valuable fundraiser for the Manhattan Catholic Schools PTO. The 32nd annual Buttons ’n Bows was a resounding success, thanks to the tireless efforts
To the Editor: Long ago in a country far, far away from Saint George, Kansas, one Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 B.C.) wrote these words: “Do not blame Caesar; blame the people of Rome who have so enthusiastically acclaimed and adored him and rejoiced in
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