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.
To the Editor: The dismal news we have been reading lately about some of our legislators has us turning to our techniques of trying to feeling better. Some take a drink. Some create a problem for themselves by reaching for a drug. Some clutch their
To the Editor: On May 11, I tore my MCL and meniscus due to dislocating my kneecap playing softball. I am unable to drive because my leg is in a knee-to-toe leg brace. So I got the bright idea to utilize the aTa bus instead of
To the Editor: My thanks go to Jim Murphy for his letter expressing his concern about city codes. I, too, wonder what is going on at City Hall beyond the current money-spending trend.
To the Editor: I visited Sunset and Sunrise cemeteries on Memorial Day and was very impressed and proud of the way they looked.
To the Editor: My family saw the Soldiers Show on Saturday. It was a colorful, well-done, wonderfully produced show.
To the Editor, The Flint Hills Human Rights Project Board of Directors was pleased to read the Mercury’s editorial on May 28 that lauded the Boy Scouts of America’s decision to allow gay boys to join the organization.
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