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  • Mercury helped make something good happen

    To the Editor: My wife and I would like to thank the Mercury for running the lost keys information in the paper. We received four calls and the keys were returned to a young college student who lives in our .

  • ‘Art Happens’ will have something for everyone

    To the Editor: The Manhattan Arts Center is where our community comes together to participate in and enjoy local arts. Join us as we celebrate and experience “art in the making” at Art Happens, our signature fundraising event, on the .

  • Arts in the Park comeback is something to behold

    To the Editor:  Arts in the Park is back!! After years of the same old bands and an overabundance of singers, songwriters and acoustic guitar players,  the 2014 Arts in the Park performances have been pleasantly refreshing. Rarely has Arts .

  • Heartbreaking pet story can be of help to others

    To the Editor: Regarding Joel Jellison’s Aug. 10 “Off the Beat” column, thank you for sharing your story about Sheldon. I know it is difficult to deal with the loss of a pet. Let it be comforting to know that .

  • Speak up quickly to protect downtown neighborhoods

    To the Editor: The traditional neighborhood fabric that defines Manhattan’s livability between downtown and City Park requires better protection. At the July commun-ity workshop on future growth opportunities and land use alternatives at City Hall, land-use planning maps continued .

  • Our actions must reflect national identity, principles

    To the Editor: We have a long-held national identity. We have portrayed ourselves as a people that cares about the needs of the vulnerable, the downtrodden and the unpopular.  We have led the world in the protection of human .

  • Stranded driver grateful for assistance of ‘angels’

    To the Editor: I want to sincerely thank all of the wonderful people who helped me when my car mysteriously died at the corner of Anderson and Sunset avenues the afternoon of July 31. I will be forever grateful to Joe .

  • Community effort has been invaluable to Wonder Workshop Children’s Museum

    To the Editor: Education and fun rolled into one! The Wonder Workshop Children’s Museum has made exceptional progress in recent months, all thanks to the support and continuous generosity of various people and places in the Manhattan community. As .

  • Chamber’s letter-writing campaign for Fort Riley misses post’s true purpose

    To the Editor: I was very displeased with the Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce’s community letter-writing campaign regarding the future of Fort Riley. Not a single one of the seven “talking points” deals with the U.S. Army’s .

  • Character has always been a factor for Cooperstown

    To the Editor: Steve Cameron is certainly entitled to his opinion that Pete Rose and Barry Bonds (and Joe Jackson, Steve?) ought to be enshrined in baseball’s Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., because only on-field accomplishments should .

  • Come to Cattle Baron’s Ball and help us fight cancer

    To the Editor: On Saturday, Aug. 23, the American Cancer Society Cattle Baron’s Ball will be holding its annual party with a purpose — to raise money to support the fight against cancer. We invite you to join us as we .

  • Don’t miss this opportunity to voice your preferences

    To the Editor: As stated in Joan Strickler’s letter July 30, it is sad that only about 20 percent of the qualified voters in Riley County participate in primary elections. The primary election Tuesday is too crucial to miss because key .


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