Letters

  • MHS cross country team grateful for broad support

    To the Editor: On behalf of the 2013 Manhattan High School cross country boys and girls team, I would like to thank all those who supported our efforts throughout the years and who shared the celebration after our boys won the 6.

  • Military memorabilia displays much appreciated

    To the Editor: During the recent military veterans appreciation week, November 5-11, we were able for the seventh time to display our military memorabilia at the Riley County Senior Service Center. Our display crew would like to thank Jamie Ramsey, .

  • Remember loved ones with Light of Life ornaments

    To the Editor, As the holiday season approaches, we especially remember the ones we have loved. Homecare & Hospice’s Light of Life Memorial gives individuals a unique opportunity to honor the memory of their loved ones during this holiday .

  • Support local economy; shop at local merchants

    To the Editor This holiday season, as larger corporate and Internet retailers continue to ask consumers to chase discounts on cheaply manufactured products, we invite our community to experience the better total values offered by our locally owned retailers. What .

  • Local sponsors, diners made Lions’ pancake feed a success

    To the Editor: The Manhattan Lions Club is grateful for all who purchased tickets and attended our annual Pancake Feed fundraiser in mid-October.  We also greatly appre-ciate the purchase of tickets and the donations by the following merchants and .

  • Go Manhattan High School!

    To the Editor: Manhattan High School is the greatest. We have the best teachers, the best students, and we care for one another in the Land of the Indians. Norma McNair MHS Class of 1945 2035 Strong Ave..

  • Consider making donations to Holiday Food, Fund Drive

    To the Editor: As I celebrate my 30th holiday season in Manhattan, I want to say how much it excited me to once again see the letter from Mayor John Matta on the Holiday Food and Fund Drive. The food .

  • K-State voting process lacks transparency, neutral party

    To the Editor: Kansas State University classified employees are scheduled to take an important vote November 19-22 regarding leaving the state Civil Service system or keeping Civil Service protections intact. The university voting process will be done electronically through the .

  • KSU’s alternate service plan for classified staff is troubling

    To the Editor: I strongly urge everyone associated with Kansas State University, the Manhattan community or living in Kansas to view the video stream of KSU President Kirk Schulz’s on-campus town hall meeting. The meeting I am speaking about .

  • Support of local businesses was invaluable to CBI class

    To the Editor: Mrs Borck’s Community Based Instruction class would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for allowing us to work at or tour their businesses during the first quarter of this school year. Community Based Instruction .

  • ‘Resenter’ has much to learn about old people

    To the Editor: Recently another newspaper printed the most bitter letter I’ve ever read. It was a long letter that listed all the wrongs the writer felt others were doing. The culprits he listed were our president, all Democrats .

  • Abandoned ferret suffered a painful, unnecessary death

    To the Editor: Last week a young life was lost because of ignorance and callousness. Two weeks ago a young ferret was abandoned in a rental. Animal control was called, and when they arrived, they told the informant that they .


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