To the Editor: The patrons of USD 378 have the right to know what a candidate for school board believes. A sitting member candidate not showing up for a forum should speak volumes to voters.
To the Editor: On Tuesday, we need to elect three city commissioners. Who is qualified for the job? I found out the basic job of the City Commission is to prioritize the spending of our tax dollars; pay down city debt; fund basic city services
To the Editor: Wynn Butler is good for Manhattan. He seeks to get the best value out of our city assets so we can have more dollars for other priorities. For example, Butler is interested in the repurposing of city structures like the Community House.
To the Editor: On April 7, we have the opportunity to vote on who will be our city commissioners. As taxpaying citizens, we all have our needs, wants, likes and dislikes. There are some who WANT a large new recreation center estimated to cost some $54 million.
Ignore Sherow’s rant; elect Butler, Ball and James To the Editor: Interestingly, Mr. Sherow mentions no names of candidates for City Commission that he would support in his April Fool’s Day rant. The last-minute third-grade playground name-calling of candidates I have met and
To the Editor: Jim Sherow is, as ever, an extreme left-wing partisan who supports candidates who have openly stated they don’t believe in the free market. Sherow wants nonpartisan elections, but clearly he lives in an extremely partisan bubble. Linda Morse is precinct chair
To the Editor: Jim Sherow’s “let’s-not-be-partisan” letter fails common sense. Remember the Manhattan Alliance for Peace and Justice (MAPJ)? Or Chris Renner’s leftist activism and K-State radio show? What about Political Neighborhood Organizaton to Stop Growth? How is the League of Women
To the Editor: Truth is something that seems to elude Mr. Sherow. Thus it is so very apropos that the former mayor and failed congressional candidate’s letter was in the April Fool’s edition of the Manhattan Mercury. The Flint Hills Tea Party does
To the Editor: The League of Women Voters of Manhattan/Riley County would like to remind all registered voters that it is time to vote! Make your choices for our local leaders — Manhattan’s City Commission and the USD 383 Board of Education. Elect-ion Day is
To the Editor: In Mr. Sherow’s letter of Wednesday, April 1, he accused me of “Right-wing extremism, with its mean-spirited disdain for the common good.” Everyone is certainly entitled to their opinion about local candidates, and I embrace the concept of vigorous debate of diverse
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