Letters

  • Legalizing marijuana use is wrong for many reasons

    To the Editor: Pasture burning time to pro-mote better livestock grazing has arrived. Smoke particles will be smelled, inhaled and seen in the big cities all over the area. Complaints will be heard. The EPA will get involved..

  • Estabrook ought to keep focus on local school issues

    To the Editor: I was disappointed that Aaron Estabrook’s first official act after getting elected to the school board was to write a partisan political column criticizing our Republican congressman on issues not related to Manhattan schools..

  • Small fee for air passengers could defray cost of tower

    To The Editor: I haven’t used the Manhattan airport’s services for many years, but my family and friends have. I am well aware of the benefits the airport provides the city. How-ever, what percent of the citizens of .

  • Voters’ trust is appreciated; now the real work begins

    To the Editor: I would like to thank the residents of Manhattan for their vote of confidence in me to serve as their city commissioner. It’s been a great journey, and all of you made it happen. I serve .

  • Parkinson’s Program plans major regional conference

    To the Editor: The Parkinson’s Program of Manhattan at Meadowlark Hills would like to gratefully ack-nowledge the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation for awarding our organization a grant to pursue a regional edu-cational conference for people affected by Parkinson’s .

  • New citizens group will continue to inform public

    To the Editor: On March 12, a group of concerned citizens formed an organization to inform the public on the issues affecting the Manhattan City Commission race. They did so because they knew that, especially at this critical moment in the .

  • Thanks for everything; please recycle yard signs

    To the Editor: Thank you, everyone, for everything. Please recycle the cardboard yard signs..

  • Thanks to moderates, happy days are here again

    To the Editor: Happy days are here again, the sky above is blue and clear again, happy days are here again!.

  • Tolerance and balance return to City Commission

    To the Editor: I would like to congratulate the voters of Manhattan who turned out Tuesday to realign our City Commission. For far too long the two curmudgeons, AKA Wynn Butler and John Matta, have dominated and degraded the people .

  • Many contributed to success of Rotary Peace Forum

    To the Editor: The Manhattan Konza Rotary Club and the Manhattan Noon Rotary Club would like to thank the community for its support and interest in the recent Peace Forum held at the Leadership Studies Building on the KSU campus..

  • Let’s not criticize citizens for opposing the status quo

    To the Editor: Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution..

  • Fashion show a highlight of International Week

    To the Editor: Over the past 10 years I have had the privilege of being involved in a ladies’ organization here in Manhattan called World Friendship. It began more than 40 years ago as a result of a desire to welcome and .


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