Letters

  • Butler is ‘fiscally frugal, progressively prudent’

    To the Editor: Wynn Butler has done an outstanding job as mayor and city commissioner. Few commissioners have ever handled this position with as much pro-fessionalism, knowledge and sense of fairness as Wynn Butler. Wynn uses a fiscally frugal, progressively .

  • Morse knows our city and how to work with others

    To the Editor: When we founded the English Language Program at K-State in 1986, we first came under the administrative umbrella of Continuing Education. It was there that I met Linda Morse, who served as our registrar. She impressed me with .

  • Ball has characteristics vital for a city commissioner

    To the Editor: There are four things I must have in a city commissioner: integrity, experience and involvement and the time to devote to studying complex issues. John Ball has all four. John Ball gets my vote. Go to JohnBallKs..

  • The patrons in USD 378 will surely do what’s best

    To the Editor: The Law of Unintended Consequences is well known in business circles but is curiously absent from most other domains, despite its wide application. A closely-related rule might be that the road to a well-known warm place is .

  • Deadline nears for bricks for Armed Forces Memorial

    To the Editor: One hundred and 47 years ago, Memorial Day was established to commemorate those who died in defense of our national ideals. Our ideals of freedom, justice and equality for all have been challenged many time since then. Thousands .

  • Morse has long been a force for community good

    To the Editor: Dedication — the one word that best describes Linda Morse, your city commissioner candidate. Even while working at a K-State career, she managed a long history of public service to our city. Two particular long-term projects stand out .

  • Ball would bring superb qualifications to commission

    To the Editor: Be sure to make John Ball one of your choices for City Commission. He is qualified, experienced and actively involved and invested in the Manhattan community. His experience and dedication to our community are well documented: chair, .

  • We like the ‘old white guys’

    We like the ‘old white guys’ To the Editor: After a good deal of thought, our decision is for the highly qualified “old white guys” for City Commission..

  • Morse has long been busy improving our community

    To the Editor: I am writing to ask for your support for Linda Morse for Manhattan City Commission in the election April 7. Linda has lived in Manhattan for 40 years. I’m pretty sure she has been a resident and active .

  • Re-elect Butler, and choose teachable newcomers

    To the Editor: The people of Manhattan are fortunate in having candidates seeking election to our City Commission who are seeking their first elected office. Ours is a good town for launching a political career because we have excellent city .

  • Mercury’s criticism of Israel, Netanyahu was misplaced

    To the Editor: I would like to comment on the Mercury’s March 24 editorial n which Israel and its Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, are impugned for interference in nuclear negotiations among Iran, the United States and our allies. The criticism .

  • School board incumbents handle difficult times well

    To the Editor: I urge the voters in USD 383 to vote for Leah Fliter, Dave Colburn, Curt Hermann and Daryl Edie — the four incumbents — for school board. They are a major part of an experienced board that works smoothly together .


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