To the Editor: “Imagine a place without books,” challenged Jane Kurtz, author of “Lanie, the 2010 American Girl Doll of the Year.” Ms. Kurtz shared inspirations for her writing and her work as a founder of Ethiopia Reads at an event last Sunday at Manhattan’s
To the Editor: In recent weeks, Gov. Sam Brownback has been touring college campuses in support of public higher education.
To the Editor: Nathan Blindman, an Oglala Lakota from Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, informed attendants at the 2013 Flint Hills Wisdom Keepers Gathering in Council Grove on April 28 that an 80-acre tract owned by a nonIndian in the middle of the Wounded Knee massacre
To the Editor: The Manhattan Convention and Visitors Bureau invites residents of the Little Apple and the surrounding area, to help us celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week, May 4-12.
To t he Editor: I want to express some feelings that are not usually found in my letters to the editor. This past weekend my granddaughter, Kristyn, was voted Prom Queen at Manhattan High School. I sure many of you have read the Mercury story
Dear Editor, On Sunday, April 21, members of our community came together for An Evening with Bill Snyder, a benefit for Flint Hills Summer Fun Camp. FHSFC is a nine-week summer program for elementary-aged children, with spaces reserved for children with autism. This event raised $23,568 toward
To the Editor: Growing up, I was warned by both my parents and grand-parents not to be misled by people of low character. I was taught that a person’s character was the basis of their future actions.
To the Editor: Rank hypocrisy! Gov. Sam Brownback and most conserva-tive Kansas legislators have repeatedly inveigh against “big government” dictating how people should live. But then they turn around and do exactly that by mandating that the University of Kansas Medical Center establish a stem
To the Editor On April 22, the Greater Manhattan Community Found-ation hosted an event called Grow Green for the benefit of 24 nonprofits that have endowed funds managed by the found-ation. This event was supported and enhanced by the generous match offered by Phil and Margaret Howe.
To the Editor: Having spent most of my professional life in university higher education, I found the Mercury article on the paucity of African-American faculty at KSU very interesting, but requiring some additional perspective that was briefly alluded to when comparing KSU’s number of
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