Saturday, November 28, 2015

Opinion - Letters

  • Letters | November 18, 2014

    Make plans to donate during memorial blood drive

    To the Editor: As the holidays approach, we would like to encourage all who are able to consider donating blood at the Nov. 20-21 “Keep the Drive Alive” blood drive in Manhattan. November blood drives are especially critical because donations tend to dip before the

  • Letters | November 17, 2014

    GeoWeek is an occasion to learn about geography

    To the Editor: I’m a graduate student with the Department of Geography at Kansas State University and a resident of Manhattan. This week, Nov, 16-22, is Geography Awareness Week (GeoWeek). GeoWeek is an annual awareness program organized by National Geographic that encourages everyone to

  • Letters | November 17, 2014

    KSU’s ‘developing scholars’ left us with a nice feeling

    To the Editor: We very much appreciate the KSU’s Developing Scholars Program for its “Rake ‘n Run” community service event. The leaves in our yard were at least 3 inches deep. About 13 students worked in the yard for at least an hour. When they left,

  • Letters | November 16, 2014

    Get involved in planning for city recreation facilities

    To the Editor: The Manhattan Parks and Recreation Department has em-barked on a process to take a comprehensive look at our community’s recreation facilities and programs. In working with a professional consultant and a citizen-led steering committee, we have begun to evaluate existing indoor

  • Letters | November 16, 2014

    Legislature must limit harm of Brownback budget

    To the Editor The election is behind us and, in spite of my amazement and consternation about the out-come, I remember my parents’ instructions to me very clearly: “Fight like hell for your choice of candidate, but the day after the election you roll up

  • Letters | November 16, 2014

    Rock Creek band was cold — and proud — after marching

    To the Editor: On Veterans Day, the Rock Creek High School band marched in the parade to thank the veterans who have served and currently serve our country. Because of the bitter cold, band members’ fingers were numb and the valves on instruments frozen, but

  • Letters | November 14, 2014

    Reserve term ‘marriage for heterosexual couples

    To the Editor: For many years, I have known of devoted couples of the same gender who lived together, and whose companionship was a convenience and comfort to them. I can believe that sexual activity was not part of their companionship because I have enjoyed

  • Letters | November 14, 2014

    Democrats shouldn’t gloat about financial forecasts

    To the Editor: No Kansans, particularly Democrats, should delight or gloat in the Nov. 10 economic estimates that the state will collect $1 billion less in revenue in the years 2015 and 2016 than its projected expenses. We’re in this together. But Kansans might contact Gov. Sam Brownback

  • Letters | November 13, 2014

    To return to greatness, America must return to God

    To the Editor: Isn’t it time for us as a nation to ask God to forgive us for rejecting him, his son, Jesus Christ, and his Ten Commandments? God’s word, the Bible, tells us that if we reject him, he will reject us.

  • Letters | November 13, 2014

    Many contributed to success of Promenade on Poyntz

    To the Editor Rain didn’t dampen the spirits of the sellout crowd participating in the 10th annual Prom-enade on Poyntz. Despite the weather, more than 250 people showed their support for Homecare & Hospice. Money raised at this event benefits our friends and neighbors through

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