To the Editor: On behalf of the K-State Alumni Association Board of Directors and staff, I want to share our heartfelt appreciation to the Manhattan community for your overwhelming support of the university and our Wildcat football team.
To the Editor: It has been said that for every difficult problem there is a simple, easy and wrong solution. In many cases of modern life, this holds true. In no case in America is this more true than the problem with what is called “
To the Editor: My family lived within the city limits of Manhattan in Riley County for nine years. In those nine years, none of us was ever called for jury duty. In 2000, we moved to Blue Township in Pottawatomie County. We still have a Manhattan
To the Editor: Gracious and friendly. These are just a few words that help describe the wonderful influx of Kansas visitors to Arizona last week.
To the Editor: For the past couple of days, I have been cross-country skiing on our pasture road. The snow has been perfect — light, fluffy and not deep.
To the Editor: I was privileged and blessed to be able to ring the bell for the Salvation Army on Dec. 22 at HyVee. My schedule was to ring the bell from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Arriving early, I began ringing the bell about 9:30 a.
To the Editor: I want to publicly send my thanks to the Riley County Police Department. We recently had some thugs break into and steal several thousand dollars of inventory from Grand Slam Sports, which is very close to my business.
To the Editor: Regarding Bill Felber’s article Sunday on three routes to the Fiesta Bowl… I have driven all those routes, and they are as described. I have driven over the rim route from Heber to Payson many times in winter with no problems.
To the Editor: I am writing to congratulate your city on a remarkable business there — Tindal Ortho-tics and Prosthetics on Kimball Avenue. Following a CVA, I was in need of an orthotic. I used a company in Manhattan to make me an orthotic soon after
To the Editor: The only royalty I ever knew, or interviewed for that matter, was Joseph Barton-Dobenin, a longtime K-State professor of management who passed on Dec. 19. The Mercury printed his obituary on Dec. 28, and I will add some fascinating details about this former Czech
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