Wednesday, May 27, 2015



Opinion - Letters

  • Letters | March 16, 2014

    Sherow an honorable man who would serve us well

    To the Editor: It used to be a thrill when a friend announced that he was seeking election to our U.S. Congress in Washington, D.C. In those days, intelligence and diplomacy were admired in those who had the strength of character to use

  • Letters | March 16, 2014

    Shrine Circus has brought joy, laughter to thousands

    To the Editor: Only in Kansas… A drunken driver who hit and killed multiple people was sentenced to probation and rehabilitation. Shortly there-after, a Kansas judge sentenced a man who killed his own cat to two years in prison. Have we now reached the point

  • Letters | March 12, 2014

    Floersches epitomize good local ownership, service

    To the Editor: We hear frequent chatter about bringing jobs to Manhattan and keeping the profits local. I believe in this with a passion, and I would like to applaud two brothers who I would like to see celebrated and supported by our city. The

  • Letters | March 12, 2014

    KDOT’s road crews cleared way for Constitution Bee

    To the Editor: We of the Flint Hills Tea Party Educational Fund extend our sincere thanks to the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) for another job well done Saturday and Sunday, March 1-2. It may have been just another workday for these road , but for

  • Letters | March 11, 2014

    God bless all American veterans and their families

    To the Editor: I want to thank you for the articles you’ve published regarding my brother, Walter D. Ehlers, and Roland, my brother who died on D-Day. My second-oldest brother, Claus, was with the infantry in the South Pacific. He fought on five different

  • Letters | March 11, 2014

    Ray’s brought community spirit to the neighborhood

    To the Editor: Learning that Ray’s Apple Market is closing is like learning that an old friend is moving away — without notice. I am at once sad, disappointed and confused (and a bit angry). Honestly, I don’t know where I will do routine

  • Letters | March 11, 2014

    ‘True K-State fans’ will accept coaching change

    To the Editor: Some, perhaps many, have been shocked by KSU Athletics Director John Currie’s decision to dismiss women’s basketball coach Deb Patterson from her duties. Currie was hired to do a job. That is to make and keep the Kansas State athletic

  • Letters | March 11, 2014

    Patterson firing doesn’t fit KSU’s ‘family’ theme

    To the Editor: I cannot believe the firing of KSU women’s basketball coach Deb Patterson could be because of wins and losses over the past 18 years. Thank goodness our personal lives in health, success or lack thereof are not deter-mined by only a few

  • Letters | March 09, 2014

    Businesses, volunteers key to Troop 223’s chili fiesta

    To the Editor: Boy Scout Troop 223 had a very successful chili feed on Saturday, Feb. 15. The chili feed is an effort to raise money to help provide funds for the scouts’ camping, summer camps and high adventure programs. The funds also help provide equipment for

  • Letters | March 09, 2014

    Salvation Army grateful for help after 2012 fire

    To the Editor: The Salvation Army Manhattan Corps would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation for all the support we have received since the store fire in 2012 through the grand reopening Feb. 22 and the ribbon-cutting Feb.y 28.   We want to extend a special thank-you to


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