To the Editor: Why, despite significant progress in their fight for equal rights, has the LGBT community become such “poor winners?” Why are they now insisting that anyone who objects to integrated bathrooms and locker rooms is a hateful bigot? .
To the Editor: I suppose I could be mistaken, but I’m afraid I am not. It appears that our state government, led in part by our own Rep. Ron Highland of Wamego, is out to destroy public education. The .
To the Editor: I would like to thank Patrick Collins, Riley County fire chief, for his letter of April 18. As a grateful recipient of the hard work of our rural firefighters, I’d like to briefly relate how I was .
To the Editor: With the 47th annual observance of Earth Day approaching, this is a great time to explore more effective ways of slowing climate change and conserving Earth’s natural resources for future generations. A 2010 U.N. report charged .
To the Editor: As Riley County fire chief, I want to thank all those men and women who are firefighters in Riley County and the surrounding counties for their dedication and efforts above and beyond the call of duty this .
To the Editor: Spring is still springing as nature’s poetry rises in earth and air. It’s time to reawaken your visions, dust off your senses and get ready for the 12th annual Enid Stover Memorial Poetry Recitation in .
To the Editor: The stalling by a very vocal group to prevent a bond issue for school improvements in USD 378 has gone on for four or more years, yet there are definite needs to be addressed in the district regarding .
To the Editor: With mushroom hunting season upon us, I have a story that needs to be told. Some three to four years ago, after attending an insurance sales meeting in Wichita, I drove off K-96 Bypass onto I-135 and .
To the Editor: A cancer diagnosis can trigger may different emotions: fear, grief, anger, or even betrayal. It may seem like the end — the end of happiness, of life, of the world. In reality, it’s only the beginning — the .
To the Editor: The Flint Hills Discovery Center Foundation will recognize Nancy Kassebaum Baker as our 2016 Friend of the Flint Hills this Saturday, for her exemplary service as an elected official who has been instrumental in preserving the Flint Hills, .
To the Editor: The Second Week of April is “Volunteer Appreciation Week,” and I want to honor our CASA volunteers at Sunflower CASA. “What is the essence of Life? To service others and to do good.” - Aristotle (384-322 .
To the Editor Percolating slowly for 3 million years in a saturated gravel bed that varies from more than 1,000 feet thick in Nebraska to a few feet in southwest Texas, the Ogallala Aquifer slept quietly until shortly after World War II, .
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