To the Editor: On behalf of the Riley County Farm Bureau Board of Directors, we are writing in support of the proposed renewal of the half-cent sales tax for purposes of public safety and other reasons.
To the Editor: We encourage you to vote for Rod Harms for the position of Riley County commissioner, District 3.
To the Editor: On page C8 of Oct. 21 Mercury, an article told about a Texas judge’s decision to permit high school cheerleaders to use Biblical quotes on their banners. The authorities, from the governor on down, were quite pleased with this.
To the Editor: I am a past executive director for the Hoisington, Kan., Main Street program. Rod Harms was a member of our board of directors, Economic Restructuring Committee and treasurer for the organization.
To the Editor: Approximately a month ago the Manhattan Mercury published my comments to the editor concerning the newspaper’s policy of charging for printing political letters. Rod Harms, a candidate for Riley County Commission, rose to my challenge, contacted me and ad-dressed my questions
To the Editor: Treat other people as you wish to be treated. Rod Harms does. Examples? I have 101 examples.
To the Editor: Riley County is fortunate to have a legislator and candidate for election with the exemplary qualifications and characteristics of Tom Phillips. Tom’s professional background as a consultant in comprehensive and community planning uniquely prepares him for addressing the civic, education and
To the Editor: I wish to greet my former neighbors, the Manhattanites in the 66th District House of Representatives. I served as the district’s representative for six years. As my name has apparently been mentioned in letters supporting Lee Modesitt, the Republican currently running
To the Editor: I would like to thank all those who attended and supported the 60th annual Lee School Chicken BBQ last Friday. This year proved to be a great celebration as well as a success. The BBQ started 60 years ago focused on fundraising, but
To the Editor: I believe Ron Wells would have a positive impact on our community if he were elected to the Riley County Commission.
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