We’re not experts, but we’ll bet that Manhattan residents who respond to an upcoming city survey give low marks to the quality of our streets but high marks to snow removal from them. The city this fall is .
To the Editor: Administrators at K-State seem to lack a sense of humor. I had four KU graduates at my house over the weekend; they all went to the game and were delighted to see the KU Jayhawk depicted on .
To the Editor: The KSU president and the athletics director should be ashamed of themselves for immediately throwing the band director under the bus. Dr. Frank Tracz and the KSU band members did absolutely nothing wrong. To bow to the .
To the Editor: I cannot by the wildest stretch of imagination see anything phallic in the formation undertaken by the KSU Marching Band at halftime of the first home game. Frankly, I can’t see the Starship Enterprise either. I .
To the Editor: The 2015 Manhattan Kiwanis Club Peanut day was a success. Thank you to the following contributors: Kansas State Bank, Myers Insurance Agency, Steve’s Floral, Kistner’s Flowers, Briggs Auto Group, Stewart Advisory Services, UMB Bank and Yor-gensen-Meloan-Londeen .
To the Editor: I read the letter to the editor about Gen. Seitz in the Aug. 11 Manhattan Mercury. Most readers will have assumed that the letter was about Gen. Dick Seitz, who passed away in June 2014. Actually, the letter was .
To the Editor: Just for what it might be worth, the whole issue of the KSU Band’s on-field display ranks right up there with the “deflate -gate” controversy in the NFL. I call it “bandgate.” Whoever the Big 12 Confer-ence .
To the Editor: Let me see whether I have the Big 12 Conference’s new sports-manship code straight. The KSU band is being sanctioned for a violation of the code “related to… the depiction of a mascot from a team other .
To the Editor: In one of the best movies ever made, “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,” there is a line that essentially says, “Lost causes are the only ones worth fighting for.” I don’t know Frank Tracz personally, .
To the Editor: Sept. 7-13 is National Suicide Prevention Week, and Sept. 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day. It is estimated that worldwide, more than 800,000 people die of suicide each year. In the United States in 2013, 41,149 people (13 per 100,000) died of .
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 .
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. .
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