To the Editor: I had the opportunity to read Professor Joseph Aistrup’s column on May 31. He suggested that the 2012 tax cuts passed by the Kansas Legislature were a failure. The fact is the outcome is not yet known, and it is far too
To the Editor: It is important that we honor Indians, the original residents of our community, but not with a statue in the proposed location at Fourth and Bluemont. The statue should be put where it can be observed and appreciated.
To the Editor: My name is Louisa Friederich, and I am from Bavaria, Germany. I have spent my last year as an AFS exchange student in Manhattan, a friendly little town. I lived with my great host family, which consists of Eric, Roni. Emily, Alex
To the Editor: An African proverb says, “It takes a village to raise a child.” As we recently went through high school graduation activities with our son, Andrew, we have reflected on how it took a community to help him grow during the last four
To the Editor: My name is Heléne Dewilde; I am an exchange student from Belgium who attended Manhat-tan High School as a senior last year and graduated in May. I have been living with the Dhuyvetter family for the past 10 months.
To the Editor: Recent debate on immigration reform centers upon statements in two think tank reports, one by the Cato Institute, the other by the Center for Immigration Reform. The CIR report notes the percentage of immigrant families accessing public aid, while the Cato report
To the Editor: My son and I spent the weekend of May 31 to June 2 in your city for the NCAA Region-als. The reason I’m writing to the people of Manhattan and Kansas State University is to compli-ment you on the great reception we received
To the Editor: Let me throw a little some-thing on the fire concerning the swimming pool policy of charging non-swimming adults at the Manhattan pools.
To the Editor: Thank you, Manhattan Mer-cury, for all the love and support you have shown me, my family and the Kansas State basketball team during my four years at Kansas State University.
To the Editor: My memories have been pleasantly aroused, thanks to the Mercury. I have been blessed to live to a ripe old age of 86 and have an exceptionally sharp mind. It keeps my life interest-ing, filled with accomplishments and involvement with people.
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