To the Editor: The League of Women Voters of Manhattan/Riley County is hosting a candidate forum from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14. at the main fire station at Denison and Kimball avenues for candidates running for Riley County Commission Districts 2 and 3.
To the Editor: We need an experienced contractor on the County Commis-sion. Ron counts the cost, filters the fluff and spends it shrewdly.
To the Editor: You can tell a lot about an elected representative’s value system by the way they vote. Here are just a few of Sydney Carlin’s votes while in the Kansas House. As a voter, you must determine if the votes she
To the Editor: The purpose of this letter, Dad, is to let you know I am proud of you for having written the column, “Voters should re-elect Obama,” published Oct. 8 in the Manhattan Mercury. To use the words of one reader who doesn’t necessarily
To the Editor: Sydney Carlin voted against a bill that prohibits partial-birth abortion reporting requirements, HB2115, 2010, and abortion of a “pain capable unborn child” unless necessary to preserve the life of the mother, HB2218, 2011. Is this the kind of leadership you want? Connie Seymour 1181 Rock
To the Editor: Dedicated, hard working respected businessman and craftsman. We can’t do better. Stanley Hoerman 2021 Blue Hills Road (Paid advertisement)
To the Editor: We need to support Rod Harms for Riley County commissioner. He will bring balance, business skills and a useful professional background as a planner to the County Commission. His experience founding and directing Civitas — a successful land restoration, erosion control and straw-bale
To the Editor: Sydney Carlin works hard to represent our citizens. Before taking action, she will first talk to people to find out their concerns and opinions. You can always see Sydney at community events, and she is always available to talk to you about
To the Editor: On the occasions that I have worked with Rod Harms, he has always hired Kansas State University students in his company. Rod supports K-State students, I support Rod Harms for Riley County commissioner, and I urge you to support him in the
To the Editor: So my wife and I are eating lunch the other day and some medical industry folks enter the establishment. They were wearing their work scrubs, as so many do. In fact, I have even seen a person in surgical gear.
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