To the Editor: How can the Kansas governor and Legislature justify a change in the Kansas tax code that deletes medical expense from itemized deductions? This change results in a citizen with income that is completely used for medical care .
To the Editor: Biological research certainly has the potential to produce things that can be, and have been, used harmfully. However, biological research has also produced solutions to many harmful things: the polio epidemic, rabies infection, new treatments for .
To the Editor: Since 1995, the Manhattan community has been supporting the Souper Bowl Food and Fund Drive over the Super Bowl weekend to benefit the Flint Hills Breadbasket’s programs. The 2016 drive would not have been possible without the countless .
To the Editor: I take issue with several of Mayor Karen McCulloh’s pronouncements during Tuesday’s discussion about inspection programs. No. 1 is her claim that there is a pressing need to find “unsafe places” by inspecting all rentals. This .
To the Editor: I really enjoyed the Feb. 3 Mercury article on the “found note” at KSU Memorial Stadium! As a genealogist and volunteer at the Riley County Genealogical Society, I could not resist searching for the workers. On Ancestry.com, .
To the Editor: Much has been said about “fear-mongering” as a campaign strategy to help candidates gain votes. As we understand it, this has been an effective tool in our past elections as well. It might be fun to apply .
To the Editor: Is it just me, or is this state giving you the “willies” as well? I’ve lived in Kansas for more than three-quarters of a century except for three years in the military service. All of .
To the Editor: We often read reports of fatal auto crashes where traffic signs were present but had not been heeded by a driver. I have always had a special feeling for the 30-inch “Stop” signs, knowing their dramatic effectiveness. .
To the Editor: It was with special interest that I read Lea Skene’s report on Beattie in “About Town — Keep on Trucking,” on the front page of the Manhattan Mercury on Friday, Jan. 29. Although the local gas station .
To the Editor: Five years ago, the Manhattan City Commission voted to amend our city’s non-discrimination ordinance to include basic civil right protections for the classes of sexual orientation and gender identity. This was by far one of the .
To the Editor I have been very concerned about the fiscal experiment going on in Kansas. This recent headline caught my attention: “State fiscal crisis will hit rural Kansas hardest.” The budget crisis can be traced back to tax cuts .
To the Editor: Why in the world is the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce holding its retreat in Overland Park rather than here? Manhattan taxpayers have funded a sweetheart Conventions & Visitors Bureau contract with the Chamber of Commerce for a .
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