To the Editor: This is in regard to Arthur Loub’s Sept. 26 opinion, “Are we really better off now?”
To the Editor: With unmatched dedication, Sydney Carlin has served the 66th District in the Kansas Legislature as a proven leader. She has been a strong and effective advocate for public education and higher education, for our Kansas military installations and for advancing the well-being
To the Editor: 2012 has not been a banner year for the meat industry.
To the Editor: Earlier this year, 39 Repub-lican precinct chairs elected Tom Phillips to fill the vacant 67th District Kansas House of Representatives position. I had the opportunity to cast one of those votes that sent Tom to Topeka to represent Manhattan so admirably this year.
To The Editor: We are Republicans who are supporting Sydney Carlin for House of Representatives. She has provided legislation o improve the city, county, KSU, Fort Riley and NBAF. She sponsors youth to visit the legislature each year.
To The Editor: Ron Wells is a lifelong resident of Riley County. Elect Ron Wells commissioner.
To The Editor: Ron Wells for county commissioner; a knowledgeable, professional contractor. Nothing will get by Ron.
To The Editor: I know Ron Wells. He’s a hard-working, honest businessman. Vote Ron for county commissioner.
To the Editor: Throughout this campaign and previous national election cycles, we have heard much about the need to reform Social Security. While it may need some revisions, the proposal to privatize Social Security is hazardous to our society.
To the Editor: During the 2012 Kansas legislative session, Republican lawmakers passed Gov. Brownback’s tax plan. This plan, which even the Republican chair of the Senate Taxation Committee called the “worst tax plan ever,” eliminates income taxes for the owners of almost 200,000 businesses, while increasing
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