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  • K-State fans’ support was amazing, as always

    To the Editor: On behalf of our players, coaches and support staff, I want to thank all K-State football fans so very much for your expected, yet amazing, support last Thurs-day evening. As always, you were truly special and greatly .

  • Constitution is a living part of American heritage

    To the Editor: The national celebration of the 227th anniversary of the signing of the United States Constitution, which began Sept. 17, ends today. The United States functions as a republic under the Constitution, which is the oldest document still in .

  • Editorial‘s information on climate change incorrect

    To the Editor: The Oklahoma City Oklahoman editorial published on Friday is probably right about one thing: “lukewarmers” are becoming more common in government. But unlike what they suggest, President Barack Obama is a member of that list. Obama talks .

  • Haub’s efforts have helped many affected by Parkinson’s

    To the Editor: On behalf of Meadowlark Hills, I would like to gratefully lift up and acknowledge the amazing fundraising efforts and leadership provided to the Parkinson’s Program of Manhattan at Meadowlark Hills by Michelle Haub. Michelle works year-round .

  • Groups, individuals helped with a very special deer hunt

    To the Editor: Recently, 27 people experienced an event they will remember the rest of their lives. Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 6-7, were part of nine-day special deer hunting season for youth and disabled sportspersons. Those 27 hunters were either 16 years old .

  • Nice of athletic department to let students attend class

    To the Editor: As a long-time KSU professor and football fan, I was a bit taken aback when I received a note from the athletic department indicating that football players would not be permitted to attend class Thursday, including my 9:30 .

  • Support local students at huge fun run Saturday

    To the Editor I am writing to invite the community at large to come out and support our local kids and local schools at the seventh annual Body First School Fitness Challenge this Saturday at Anneberg Park. This event will .

  • Support, celebrate people going through recovery

    To the Editor: Each September Pawnee Mental Health takes time to celebrate National Recovery Month. This year’s theme, “Join the Voices of Recovery: Speak Up, Reach Out,” encourages people to discuss mental health and substance use disorders and the .

  • We often have no idea how our behavior affects others

    To the Editor: There has been a lot said in these pages lately about people killing themselves, so I will keep this short and sweet. I read in a book or magazine a comment by a “head” doctor that for .

  • Poor Kansans hurt by state’s refusal to expand Medicaid

    To the Editor: The League of Women Voters of Kansas believes that basic health care should be available for all citizens of Kansas, that it should be affordable and that it should provide for the medically indigent. At a recent .

  • ‘No Firearms’ stickers won’t protect residents from harm

    To the Editor: During my visit back to Manhattan earlier this summer, I was very disappointed to see the number of “No Firearms” stickers affixed to numerous government and private facilities. Kansas State University, Manhattan Town Center and various other .

  • Talking about suicide can help to prevent it

    To the Editor: Did you know the word committed when describing suicide is left over from the Middle Ages, when suicide was condemned as a crime and a sin? We now know that suicide is illness-driven and not a crime, .


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