To the Editor: Because September is Suicide Awareness month, I felt I should send you this.
To the Editor: Years ago I was a counselor in two public schools for kindergarten through fifth grade. It was a wonderful job because no matter how hokey I was with classroom presentations on topics ranging from combatting drugs and preventing bullying to manners
God and guardian angels were on duty on June 18 To the Editor: Monday afternoon, June 17, I called Mike’s Wrecker Service (David Motley) for a jump-start for my car battery in the Saintt Thomas More Church parking lot. Tuesday morning, June 18, the car started fine.
To the Editor: It is State Fair time again. I’ll be heading there for the great attractions, the food and friends, but also top on my list is a visit to the Hutchinson Clinic and the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s Cancer Education Booth.
To the Editor: This is a follow-up to the town hall meeting with Rep. Tim Huelskamp and the letter to the editor from Karl Kramer.
To the Editor: Sometimes an alternative view helps put existing institutional structures in a new light. The mission of a public university is not to create a bureaucracy of high-paid administrators. Citizens expect that the university will be a place where most employees are directly
To the Editor: This Thursday, there is a public hearing before the Urban Area Planning Board to discuss the rezoning of 3615 Hudson Ave, now home to the Body First health club.
To the Editor: It has taken me a while to put my thoughts concerning our downtown Poyntz Avenue in writing.
To the Editor: The city auditorium, stage and balcony were built by this community to honor the 101 Riley County servicemen who died in World War II and about 2,000 other county veterans who survived. The facility was named Peace Memorial Auditorium in their honor.
To the Editor: The Wednesday, August 28, edition of the Mercury contained an “I Wonder” article about the construction on Poyntz Avenue and the effect it would have on downtown parades.
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