To the Editor: Even if you don’t like anyone on the ballot, please vote. Write in a name, but be sure to vote. This shows that you care enough to vote but simply don’t like the candidates this time.
To the Editor: With Ron Wells as our county commissioner, your tax dollars will be wisely spent.
To the Editor: While some people may be bothered by the fact that there are pastors who live in multimillion dollar homes, this is old news to most. But here is what should bother you about these expensive homes: You are helping to pay for
To the Editor: I am dismayed by the Thurs-day, Sept. 20 opinion piece by Antonio D’Anna titled “One cardinal’s stinging farewell.” He ascribes to Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini certain beliefs that are incompatible with Catholic theology.
To the Editor: Ron Wells has my vote for county commissioner.
To the Editor: So, I’m happy to pay for the privilege here of asking you to vote for Tom Phillips as our state representative. I know this man personally, having served with him on the Manhattan City Commission.
To the Editor: The state administration’s policies have sadly disregarded adequate funding for mental health resources, early childhood education, special needs citizens and our Kansas veterans. Lack of adequate money now will only escalate future problems. We must re-elect proven leaders who will continue
To the Editor: Vote for wise judgment, less waste and property tax re-straint. Vote for
To the Editor: Viewing candidates at all levels leads one to concerns about personal ambition, party loyalty and the influence of lobbyists. Sydney Carlin is above this status and responsive to her constituents, very willing to listen and discuss personal and social issues.
To the Editor: Calling all ladies in the area: Get “bewitched” at the third annual Witches Night Out on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at Renyer’s Pumpkin Farm! Come dressed in a witch’s hat or costume and enjoy a cash bar, food, a silent auction, witchy
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