Letters

  • KSU pride, intensity, honor on display at Alamo Bowl

    To the Editor: There may have been a winner and a loser in the Alamo Bowl, but it’s hard to distinguish which was which on Friday night. K-Staters everywhere felt a surge of pride every time our guys were .

  • Global warming critic ignores volumes of research

    To the Editor: I would love to know what got into Mr. Kramer when he wrote his tirade against global warming in Monday’s paper. Or at the very least, where he has been for the last decade. His references .

  • Civility in climate change debate could foster progress

    To the Editor: The recent letter by Rick Kramer about global warming calls for a reply. I am not a climatologist, but an earth scientist, so that bias influences my response.  The letter clearly demon-strates a major flaw in our .

  • Be part of Flint Hills Chorus for ‘Messiah’ performance

    To the Editor: The 2015 concert of Handel’s “Messiah” will be the 24th performance by the Flint Hills Chorus and Chamber Ensemble in the Wamego area. The committee is looking for people to sing in the chorus, and in the .

  • Thanks to countless ‘elves’ for making Christmas bright

    To the Editor: Santa Claus was very busy this year and had many eIves helping him to make Christmas cheery and bright. Many of them don’t want to be noted for what they do to help with the holiday .

  • There is no cause for alarm when it comes to global warming

    To the Editor: Climate science is one of the most corrupt and dishonest industries in the world, at least the variety practiced by those activist scientists who continue to support the catastrophic anthropogenic warming viewpoint. If you believe the “evidence .

  • The marching band is a picture of all that is good about K-State

    To the Editor, It is with great pride, respect, humility and admiration that I send this letter of thanks and congratulations to all from the K-State and Manhattan community for the Kansas State University Marching Band being awarded the prestigious 2015 .

  • Generous sponsors, hundreds of diners boosted annual Kiwanis pancake feed

    To the Editor: The spirit of the season was clearly evident Dec. 12 during Manhattan Kiwanis Club’s 64th annual Pancake Feed and Silent Auction. More than 500 people came by to enjoy the food, shop for presents and visit with neighbors .

  • Joe Cocker wasn’t just a hard rocker; he was an extremely generous man

    Joe Cocker died the other day. I didn’t take the news very well, and I found myself tearful many times during the day. Friends were posting on Facebook about his death and how much they enjoyed his music. His .

  • RCPD should again provide processing area videos

    To the Editor: I was pleased that on Sunday, Dec. 21, the Manhattan Mercury ran the article dealing with the Riley County Police Department’s change in its video policy with DUI incidents and more specifically, the videos from the “processing .

  • Two good Samaritans helped in recent emergency

    To the Editor: There are still good people in Manhattan! This past week I was walking my dog, and when I went to cross Marlatt Avenue, I stumbled stepping off the curb. My dog pulled at the leash and I .

  • Mercury visit enlightening for adult ESL students

    To the Editor: On Thursday, Dec. 11, the teachers and students in the English as a Second Language Program at the Adult Learning Center visited the Manhattan Mercury. We had been studying the vocabulary related to news-papers, elements of articles (e..


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