To the Editor: As a KSU graduate, I’ve had the privilege of being employed by Rod Harms and have seen his leadership, character and work ethic firsthand. He’s an entrepreneur with a heart for KSU students and alumni. His small-town background serves him
To the Editor: From time to time and ideal candidate emerges for public office. Rod Harms is such a candidate.
To the Editor: As chair of the House Appro-priations Committee, I have seen firsthand the importance of having legislators who are able to ask relevant and discerning questions and offer insightful comments and suggestions. I believe electing Lee Modesitt to the Statehouse would be a
To the Editor: Rod Harms has earned your vote for Riley County commissioner for reasons that extend beyond the honesty, integrity and work ethic that he will bring to the position.
To the Editor: As we Kansans prepare to cast our votes in large part for those candidates with “R” behind their names, I can’t help but wonder if we are really comfortable voting for an ever growing intrusion of our government into our private
To the Editor: Charles Hostetler, in his letter, “Time to send a bright young man to Topeka,” described how, 20 years ago, Republican Jeff Peterson defeated Democrat Sheila Hochauser for the 66th District House seat.
To the Editor: The presidential election is fast approaching. The second of three presidential debates is this evening. We citizens need to be informed of the candidates’ honest platforms. Read authentic reports. For television, CNN seems to have honest reporting. Pray for guidance and exercise
To the Editor: Theodore Roosevelt Elementary School is proud to invite the Manhattan community to our open house and dedication. Our building will be open on Thursday, Oct. 18, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. There will be a short program at 7 in the gym.
To the Editor: In the six years I have known Rod Harms, he has served as a key volunteer with the Kansas State Rowing Association and a mentor to me and other Manhattan High School and Kansas State University students while employees of the Civitas
To the Editor: According to C.S. Lewis, the sins of the spirit are worse than the sins of the flesh. The reason he gives for this is that if you commit the sins of the flesh, you know you are a sinner and in
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