To the Editor: Most of Manhattan knows Ron Wells. He’s a fine citizen and will make a great county commissioner.
To the Editor: Once again, we endorse Syd-ney Carlin’s return to the Kansas Legislature. The Man-hattan area needs her common-sense approach, her expertise and her willingness to cooperate for the benefit of all constituents.
To the Editor: Sydney Carlin is a tireless worker for the people of Man-hattan. She works for us regardless of our political persuasion or whether or not we are in her district.
To the Editor: Ron Wells is a third-generation Riley Countian. He’s a farmer, rancher, building and respected businessman.
To the Editor: To the local fans, Kansas State band members and students who waited long into the night to greet your team at the Vanier Complex upon our arrival from Norman, Okla., we thank you from the depth of our hearts.
To the Editor: Mercy Regional Health Center and the American Cancer Society will host the first I can cope educational opportunity about cancer and cancer treatments — chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgical intervention.
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.
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