To the Editor: I was fortunate to have attend ed the KSU vs. West Virginia football game Saturday, and the experience was most enjoyable. The Cats were stellar in all facets on the field.
To the Editor: Many years ago when I registered to vote, the Republican Party was concerned about the average working person. The last south end of a northbound horse of a Republican president did some amazing but not very nice things.
To the Editor: My name is Tim Gotchey, and I have lived in Manhattan with my family for the past 11 years. I lived most of my life outside of Kansas.
To the Editor: Rod Harms has been an engaged, committed and caring citizen of our community for more than two decades. His background as a planner and his professional expertise make him an excellent candidate to serve on the Riley County Commission.
To the Editor: We are writing to show our ongoing support for Sydney Carlin. She’s been a great public servant to the citizens of Manhattan and Riley County as a representative in the Kansas Legislature.
To the Editor: Thank you once again to our band, our students and our community members who were at the Vanier Complex at 2:30 a.m. Sunday to greet the team upon our return from West Virginia. I share the thoughts of our players, coaches and
To the Editor: I was in a group of K-Staters at the West Virginia game on Oct. 20. Wow, what a tremendous game and so exciting!
To the Editor: I support Sydney Carlin. She represents her constituents regardless of their party affiliation. Some people focus on one thing. I look at the overall picture. I see Sydney Carlin is still the best choice for District 66. Let us re-elect her.
To the Editor, Sydney Carlin’s representation of Manhattan in the Kansas House of Representatives has been guided by her understanding of our community’s diversity. While she supports individual liberties, such as the rights of individual women to make decisions regarding their personal health,
To the Editor: If you’ve never heard the name Rod Harms, then you’ve never taken an interest in your environment. Rod Harms, a resident of Manhattan, is running for the position of county commissioner of Riley County. This is a man of integrity,
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