To the Editor: I sometimes hear that deciding who to vote for is too complicated. It needn’t be. We all know the truism, “Actions speak louder than words.” Four of the commission candidates are longtime residents, 20-45 years in the city, with a resume
To the Editor: As the local election campaigns wind down once again it is easy to look at the headlines of the letters, look at the signatures and not the content, and 90 percent of the time think, “So what is so surprising about the endorse-ment?”
To the Editor: In one regard, it’s unfortunate that the upcoming Birdhouse acoustic concert March 29 at the Manhattan Arts Center will be competing for folks attending Good Friday services that evening. I’m a fairly regular churchgoer, but I’ve just got to hear
To the Editor: I strongly encourage you to vote for Debbie Nuss for City Commission. I have worked with Debbie over the years on projects designed to benefit our community, such as the ATA Bus. She is an outstanding candidate for several reasons. She has
To the Editor: I’d like to thank the Manhattan Mercury for giving me front-page publicity on the financing of my campaign in its article of 26 March! I would like to add some insight to what was mentioned in the article about my campaign finances
To the Editor: I would like to encourage everyone to vote for Pat Hudgins for USD Board of Education. She is caring, dynamic and passionate about helping the students, faculty and staff in the district. I have known Pat for almost 20 years, and she shows
To the Editor: This upcoming election is very important. Manhattan is sitting on the fence of either having solid growth and a prosperous future or being shackled with long-term debt with nothing but increases in taxes and the cost of living.
To the Editor: We support Debbie Nuss for Manhattan City Commission.
To the Editor: Manhattan is my hometown. I no longer live in the city limits, but I am concerned about the direction this fine city has taken since the last election of city commissioners. It certainly does not reflect the values Manhattan has long held
To the Editor: With elections coming soon, the League of Women Voters of Manhattan/Riley County urges citizens to vote — either in advance or on election day, April 2.
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