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Letters

  • We need to do more than talk about the Golden Rule

    To the Editor: Throughout the history of mankind, more than one person has said that we should treat each other as we would want to be treated. I myself have failed to do that more often than I would like .

  • Preventing tobacco use saves lives and money

    To the Editor: Smoking is an expensive addiction, and not just for smokers. Taxpayers pay billions of dollars annually in smoking-related health-care costs, and nearly 42,000 people die each year from tobacco-related diseases. In Kansas, the cost exceeds $1.12 billion each year. .

  • ‘Art Happens’ in Manhattan because of local involvement

    To the Editor: The Manhattan Arts Center (MAC) entertained guests attending its premier fundraiser, “Art Happens,” Saturday, Aug. 11. For MAC to live up to its motto of “Arts for All,” it depends on the generosity of the community to ensure .

  • Supreme Court has invited the wrath of God upon us

    To the Editor: Within the last 50 years, the Supreme Court of the United States has handed down quite a number of decisions that run contrary to the biblical and historical foundations of our country. These decisions have paved the way .

  • We paid for convenience, but we got only headaches

    To the Editor: I wanted to share a story about our experiences last weekend with American Airlines. I was returning from a wonderful family vacation on Hatteras Island, N.C., with my wife, three kids ages 14, 12 and 9, and my wife’.

  • Many contributed to success of Stuff the Bus campaign

    To the Editor: Konza United Way is grateful to the many local organizations that collected school supplies for area children. As our students return to classes this week, we want to make certain that they are prepared to learn; that .

  • Tailgating is a tasty way to help fight local poverty

    To the Editor: Fire up the grill and compete for tailgate bragging rights from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, during the inaugural “Aggieville Tailgating Championship,” a fundraiser for Circles Manhattan. Circles Manhattan is a nonprofit organization dedica-ted to ending poverty .

  • Your children will enjoy Wonder Workshop exhibit

    To the Editor: On July 25, I went with my children to the opening of “Exploring the World of Tapestry, a Celebration of Diversity on our Planet” at The Wonder Work-shop. It was amazing. Ilana Budnosky, a KSU stu-dent, was the .

  • Brownback’s brother is another part of the drama

    To the Editor: When I was a kid, I enjoyed movies about the Old West and its characters. One thing for certain, there was justice. The good people always prevailed, and the criminals were dealt with quickly. Fast forward to .

  • Thanks for helping to make youth triathlon a big success

    To the Editor: The third annual Hy-Vee Just Tri It Youth Triathlon was held last weekend in City Park, and it was a resounding success. This not-for-profit swim-bike-run event is aimed at promoting healthy lifestyles and friendly competition among our .

  • Writers should itemize impact of all property taxes

    To the Editor: Manhattan is composed of a lot of people, very young people, who have never purchased a home before. Property taxes can be confusing to them. Some people think property taxes are just paid to the Manhattan-Ogden School .

  • Encounter with Gen. Seitz became a lifelong memory

    To the Editor: I was so interested in your article about honoring Lt. Gen. Richard Seitz. At the time he came to Fort Riley, I was working for Lloyd Seitz, who had a laundry at Camp Forsyth. A driver hauled .


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