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.
To the Editor: Although the Kansas State men’s basketball season is over for this year, the Kansas State women’s basketball team has made it to the third round of the WNIT by beating Illinois State 57 to 48 Monday night.
To the Editor: The second annual Black Tie or Leather Biker Ball, hosted by ABATE District 15 on March 23, was an enormous success and beneficial for the seven charities we support. We appreciated all who attended and hope everyone left with great memories.
To the Editor: What are you looking for in a City Commission candidate? Do you want someone who has lived in Manhattan long enough to know the history, values and needs of the diverse groups that make up our community? Do you want someone who
To the Editor: Manhattan is fortunate to have several smart, hard-working individuals who are running for public office. Some of the candidates have lived in Manhattan a number of years and served on local boards, committees and commissions. Their experience informs them broadly on the
To the Editor: Usha Reddi is running for City Commission because she wants Manhattan to thrive and grow. She’s active in Rotary, is on the board of the Manhattan Public Library, and is an award-winning teacher.
To the Editor: Are you tired of special inter-ests and irresponsible economic growth driving up the cost of living in Manhattan? Elections have consequences, and come April 2, you will have choices: more of the same or a change in direction. John Ball is the candidate
To the editor: Facing unparalleled chal-lenges and opportunities at this time, Manhattan does not need officials blinkered by ideology, left or right. We need intelligent, prudent public servants who exercise due diligence research-ing problems and solutions, officials who will apply respon-sible judgment case by case.
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