To the Editor: I need to take the time and opportunity to thank the fine citizens and businesses of the City of Manhattan.
To the Editor: In Thursday’s editorial, you wrote, “The blessing of most streets is that they get little traffic and hold up well.” You have heard about the hazards of building a house on sand. Try building a street on air.
To the Editor: Tim Huelskamp, our repre-sentative in Congress, should sometimes think before he speaks.
To the Editor: The Kaw Valley Rodeo Association will be sponsoring the 20th annual Kaw Valley Special Rodeo for children with special needs.
To the Editor: In a recent “I Wonder” column, the question was posed regarding the need for two assistant city managers for the City of Manhattan. The Mercury’s response was informative and clear.
To the Editor: I question why the City of Manhattan would consider placing a statue of a Potawatomi Native American at the top of the Bluemont Street roundabout that some people do not want.
To the Editor: I, Katarina Zdolsek, left Sweden 10 months ago. I have spent a wonderful time here as an AFS exchange student. At first I didn’t want to come. The thought of being in a foreign family did not seem pleasant to me. I
To the Editor: The Mercury should be ashamed of itself for reprinting obvious junk journalism like the editorial from the Livingston County, Mich., Daily Press and Argus on Monday, July 8.
To the Editor: The Solar Kiwanis Club of Manhattan thanks all of those who shared pancakes, sausage and eggs with us the morning of July 4 at Pottorf Hall. In an era of fiscal constraints at all levels of government, more is expected of civic groups
To the Editor: The Kaw Valley Rodeo Association’s seventh annual Tough Enough to Wear Pink Rodeo will begin at 8 p.m. Friday, July 26, in CiCo Park. The event honors people who have faced breast cancer and other cancers, and supports cancer research at K-State.
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