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
To the Editor: It’s not just another New Year. My observation suggests we’re at a significant turning point, a new era. I hope each of you will pay increased attention to the further intrusion of government, particularly the federal government in
To The Editor: Christmas is the time of year for spending time with loved ones, but for some this time of year is not so merry and bright. Emerald Property Management is bringing Christmas cheer to the less fortunate members of the Manhattan community
To The Editor: I was very sorry to see the front page story in the Thursday paper about clubs at Manhattan High School, where it was reported that a co-president from the chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes had recently resigned because of “reports”
To the Editor: The Manhattan Kiwanis Club’s 62nd pancake breakfast on Saturday, Dec. 8, was very well attended and successful.
To the Editor: Santa Claus has many elves helping him year round to make Christmas cheery and bright. There are many elves right here in the Manhattan area, but most folks just don’t notice them. You see, many of them don’t want to
To the Editor: Once again, as the innocent fall victims to the violence we have created in our environment of divisiveness and hate, the howl goes up: “Why does God permit this?”
To the Editor: This is an excellent time of the year to give a big “Thank-you” to the employees and board members of Homecare & Hospice in Manhattan. What a wonderful group of people who care so deeply about those in need of hospice, home
To the Editor: As all Christians believe and celebrate, the conception and birth of Jesus Christ was the most miraculous event in human history. But not so miraculous that Jesus was conceived on Dec. 8 and born Dec. 25, as reported/implied in the Arts & Leisure
To the Editor: Let’s quit talking about the deaths in Bengazi and start worrying about how to prevent killings like we had in Connecticut and Aurora, Colo.
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