To the Editor: My wife and I were walking Tuesday morning, October 29, along College Avenue about a half-mile north of the football stadium. In the ditch on the east side of the road, a few yards north of the concrete bridge, someone had dumped what
To the Editor: Dr Kozel, thank you for your letter describing your experi-ences with Rhode Island’s health insurance changes. I appreciate your insight as a pediatrician. I’d like to see more doctors like you write about their exper-iences, both good and bad, with
To the Editor: Enough is enough! I don’t know about you, but I have had my fill of President Barack Obama and this administration — like the entire White House. Their deeds disgust me. They constantly lie, won’t obey the laws of our country
To the Editor: When I was offered a position at Kansas State University many years ago, one thing on the negative side of the ledger was having to give up certain “quality of life” items that Kan-sas City provided. Prominent in that category was entertainment.
To the Editor: The changing tree leaves, cool temperatures and Saturdays in Bill Snyder Family Stadium are all signs that the holiday season will soon be upon us. I’m sure I’m not alone when I say this is my absolute favorite time of
To the Editor: In the Mercury’s letters to the editor Tuesday, Nolan Carlson gushes about President Barack Obama, his accomplishments, and “…his lack of pomposity and arrogance.” I have listed a dozen reasons why Obama is not bragging about his record: 1. Spending $1.50 for every
To the Editor: Did you travel to West Virginia to last year’s football game? If so, you may have experienced what we did as we went to the alumni dinner and later walked up the long climb to the football stadium The pathway was
To the Editor: My son played baseball in Manhattan this past weekend. I just wanted to say you have a beautiful town, full of nice and polite people. We enjoyed our time in Manhattan.
To the Editor: Everyone loves a parade! And one is coming to town on Veterans Day, Monday, November 11. Everyone is invited to attend and participate. The theme for this year’s parade is “America’s Veterans – We Salute You.” One of the longest Veterans Day
To the Editor: A new poll out this week has found that nearly nine in 10 voters believe it’s important for the United States to maintain an active role in the United Nations. I’m one of them. This new poll shows that Americans overwhelmingly
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