To the Editor: I look forward each year to seeing the Mercury’s coverage of the Manhattan High School graduation and seeing the pictures of its graduates. I enjoy the articles that focus on some of the students and their accom-plishments.
To the Editor: Once again, the Sunflower State Games will be played in Topeka in July and involve more than 35 sports. Bocce is just one of them. This will be bocce’s fourth year in the games. Topeka has two outdoor courts that will be
To the Editor: So much for young, first-time homebuyers in the City of Manhattan having the option of finishing their basements at a later date as finances permit.
To the Editor: I have admired and, more importantly, respected KSU coach Bill Snyder for many years. For most of these years, I was not a resident of Kansas, but the values of the man shone through in articles I read. It was obvious that
To the Editor: On behalf of the Flint Hills Breadbasket and those whom we serve, we would like to take this opportunity to say “Thank you” to all of the individuals who so generously donated food for the letter carriers’ drive on Many 11. The Stamp
To the Editor: I congratulate the Mercury for its article about Steve Easterday’s retirement as director of the Manhattan High School orchestra and his 36 years of teaching.
To the Editor: Kansas voters, hypnotized by conservative Republican rhet-oric, have turned Kansas into a blood red state from governor down to dog catcher.
To the Editor: With the current interest in mental health, we might expect a few courtesies for patients from physicians and their staffs.
To the Editor: This past week we celebrated National Nurses Week. It is important to pause and consciously recognize the nurses at Mercy Regional Health Center as well as nurses working elsewhere in the Manhattan community —those nurses who have vigilantly watched over you or
To The Editor: The East Bridge Pier Project has just passed the $10,000 mark of our goal to reach $50,000. Donations have ranged from modest to extraordinary. Former Mayor and City Commissioner Bruce Snead has informed me that an anonymous donor has offered to match the first $20,000.
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