To the Editor: As I deliberate with myself about who I will vote for for president, I am seriously con-sidering not voting at all — at least not for president. Most interested voters, including myself, believe one has to vote, even .
To the Editor: My daughter-in-law, Stephanie Unekis, has a sister named Julie who was diagnosed with anaplastic astrocytoma stage III brain cancer about three years ago. Julie’s cancer care is through a team of doctors at the Sloan Kettering .
To the Editor: I encourage all Kansans to read “The Transformative Years at Kansas State: The Years of President Jon Wefald from 1986 to 2009” by Jon Wefald. The book is fascinating and very educational. I spent six of my nearly 71 years .
To the Editor: I am a Cold War kid. I remember asking my mother during the Korean conflict when I was a preschooler, “Are we at war?” to which she replied “Well, not exactly; it’s a police action.” At .
To the Editor: “Woe onto him who has read only one book.” So wrote an Anglican priest, George Herbert, in the early 1600s when books were a relatively new item. The same can apply to newspaper articles these days, for .
To the Editor: Manhattan has a new sign, supported by one of the historic bridge piers in the Kansas River. It is a beautiful symbol of the good that can happen when problems are solved not only with vigor and .
To the Editor: In their letters in Friday’s and Tuesday’s Mercury, Mr. Gotchey and Mr. Dikeman quote inform-ation from the American College of Pediatricians in support of their bias against transgender children. It should be noted that the .
To the Editor: Everyone in the community is invited to the fifth event organ-ized by Everybody Counts this Saturday, Aug. 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Douglass Community Center and Douglass Center Annex at Ninth and Yuma streets.&.
‘Everybody Counts’ will be lots of fun and very helpful To the Editor: Everyone in the community is invited to the fifth event organized by Everybody Counts this Saturday, Aug. 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Douglass Community .
To the Editor: In their letters in Friday’s and Tuesday’s Mercury, Mr. Gotchey and Mr. Dikeman quote information from the American College of Pediatricians in support of their bias against transgender children. It should be noted that the .
To the Editor: In front of the office of Family and Implant Dentistry at 1305 Westloop, a huge sign has been displayed for many months. It states that Family and Implant Dentistry has been chosen as the No. 1 dentist of 2015 and 2016. .
To the Editor: I must point out that the American College of Pedia-tricians, quoted by Tim Gotchey and Michael Dikeman as a reliable source of information on gender identity and bathroom use, is a small group of socially conservative pediatricians .
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