To the Editor: Please join me in voting for Marcia Rozell for the USD 383 Board of Education.
To the Editor: Difficult decisions require someone with a breadth of experience in ethical choices. Balancing opposing views for the most good of the many applies good ethics.
To the Editor: Let’s bring balance to our City Commission by voting for three very capable women who care for the community and the folks who live here.
To the Editor: While I subscribe to conservative political principles, I commend all candidates whose motive for serving is a commitment to their convictions. This election may be nonpartisan, but make no mistake, it is about political ideology, with three philosophies on display: liberalism, moderation
To the Editor: The Friday before we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus is often a day of rain and without sunshine to chase the gloom away. Perhaps this is God’s way of reminding us of that day over 2,000 years ago when Jesus gave up
To the Editor: This is in regard to the story Thursday, “Dust-up over changes to teacher plan time.”
To the Editor: With April 2 drawing upon us, it’s important to understand where we are at as a community. Increased taxes and debt are going to leave the future of Manhattan in dire need, and we must act now.
To the Editor: I sometimes hear that deciding who to vote for is too complicated. It needn’t be. We all know the truism, “Actions speak louder than words.” Four of the commission candidates are longtime residents, 20-45 years in the city, with a resume
To the Editor: As the local election campaigns wind down once again it is easy to look at the headlines of the letters, look at the signatures and not the content, and 90 percent of the time think, “So what is so surprising about the endorse-ment?”
To the Editor: In one regard, it’s unfortunate that the upcoming Birdhouse acoustic concert March 29 at the Manhattan Arts Center will be competing for folks attending Good Friday services that evening. I’m a fairly regular churchgoer, but I’ve just got to hear
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