To the Editor: The best choice for our fair city is John Ball with his ex-tensive leadership experience.
To the Editor: Civility is a noun that can be defined as: “Formal politeness and courtesy in behavior or speech.” The rhetoric sur-rounding the consequences of sequestration may have been either blatantly exaggerated or disastrously ignored by elected officials.
To the Editor: I have known Debbie Nuss for many years, and I am pleased to support her candidacy for the Manhattan City Commission.
To the Editor: I have a different view as concerns your Sunday piece on Sequestration. You lament the two political parties for political posturing, “instead of scrambling for 11th-hour solutions that would involve compromises.” I say who needs compromise, at least now we have
To the Editor: This is in response to the letter from Keith Miller, the Al Gore wannabe who opposes legislation to stop the waste of taxpayers’ money.
To the Editor: Deb Nuss is a knowledgeable, practical person who has worked many years and in many ways to improve Manhattan. I support her.
To the Editor: When you vote for city commissioners this spring, choose someone who has spent years in Manhattan and has a thorough knowledge of the people, politics and problems we face as a community.
Some candidates’ letters disturb me greatly. One candidate for City Commission says “I’m a nice person, had jobs where I’m in command and I’ve served on many boards.” Nothing about beliefs, what Manhattan needs or helping people who live here. Since
To the Editor: Nine Manhattan High School students had prepared for a year to compete at the State Business Professionals of America con-ference last week in Wichita.
To the Editor: Several bills now being considered by our state Legis-lature are stunning in their breadth, ignorance and rejection of important moral values.
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