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.
To the Editor: In spite of The Mercury’s big voice constantly favoring the countywide sales tax, listen to the little voices around town and vote it down. We can then look at a sales tax that addresses our real needs, debt and property taxes.
To the Editor: We are very fortunate to have Tom Phillips representing the 67th District in the Kansas Legislature. When Tom was a Manhattan city commissioner and then mayor, I, as a Riley County commissioner, had many occasions to both work with him on issues
To the Editor: Rod Harms has volunteered for several ears with our local youth organization, the Flint Hills Pony Club.
To the Editor: The voters of the 67th District have a great, proven leader to return to the Kansas House. Tom Phillips has a distinguished history of leadership in business as well as having been on the Manhattan City Commission, mayor and now a representative.
To the Editor: Please vote for Ron Wells for county commissioner. Ron is the only Republican on any ticket in the country who has my vote. He will do a good job, he will work to keep taxes down, and he will do so in
To the Editor: Occasionally you meets someone whom you immediately recognize as remarkable. That personifies Lee Modesitt.
To the Editor: The American Cancer Society and Mercy Regional Health Center are providing the second educational program in the “I Can Cope” series. This free program will present information on managing the side effects of illness and treatments for cancer survivors, their family members
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