To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to invite readers to consider casting their vote for Rod Harms as their next Riley County commissioner.
To the Editor: Recently, citizens here in this district have attempted to cast doubt on Bob Reader’s ability to legislate for public schools. Frankly, I am growing weary of those who say that because his children are home-schooled, he could not understand public education.
To the Editor: A useful way to figure out what sort of state senator a candidate will be is to “follow the money” — look at his supporters. Tom Hawk is supported by Kansas Families for Education and Traditional Republicans for Common Sense. His opponent is
To the Editor: This election I’m casting my vote for Tom Hawk, the only Senate candidate who is a proven arts supporter.
To The Editor: This letter is in response to a letter published in last Sunday’s paper by Grace Y. Hwang. That letter contained information that was factually incorrect.
To the Editor: Everyone in Riley County Knows Ron Wells. He is a third-generation Riley Countian, MHS graduate and professional tradesman. Anyone experiencing Ron’s work knows he takes great care and responsibility in his craft. This is exactly the type of individual we need
To the Editor: Rod Harms is truly dedicated to Riley County and will serve well as county commissioner. With extensive community planning service, Rod understands the interplay of the wide variety of factors that build an attractive and successful community.
To the Editor: Did you know that Riley County is one of the most impoverished counties in the state of Kansas? In fact, one in five Riley County families lives at or below the poverty level. With the holidays around the corner, I would like
To the Editor: I would like to ask the voters to join me in voting “No” on the extension of the countywide sales tax.
To the Editor: Rep. Sydney Carlin of the 66th District voted against what she considered to be harmful tax legislation. She voted against lowering the state income tax because, as she said at the time, “Income tax accounts for nearly half of our state revenues.
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