“The passionate arguments made in the press and at school board meetings for retaining Latin at LHS and FSHS were legitimate and persuasive,” Gerald E. Mikkelson writes in this letter to the Times.
“The recent considerations by the school district to eliminate Latin classes from USD 497 are just the tip of the iceberg,” Rob Chestnut writes in this letter to the Times.
If a proposed amendment to the Kansas constitution passes, “With almost certainty there will be no legal abortions in Kansas — no matter how she got pregnant or even if she might die from the pregnancy,” Amii Castle writes in this letter to the Times.
“It’s Women’s History Month, a time to recognize women who have changed our society for the better. It is also a time to highlight and honor women-owned businesses in our community that have overcome many obstacles these past two years,” Stephanie Willis writes in this letter to the Times.
“The community must face the reality that some school consolidation must take place to make the school district budget sustainable,” Rob Chestnut writes in this letter to the Times.
“Now is the time for the State of Kansas to act and invest in our educational systems. Our communities of color deserve better,” Carole Cadue-Blackwood writes in this letter to the Times.
If the board of education decides to close any school, the district should abandon its […]
“We’ve all heard about massive amounts of plastic waste in oceans and beaches. … Now plastic has been found in the air,” Nancy Muma writes in this letter to the Times.
“At some point, I hope the protesters will broaden their cause to include the women at Topeka Correctional Facility who killed the men who were raping them. Their stories, too, have been covered up,” Michelle Gonzales writes in this letter to the Times.
“Together, we can build upon our Kansas values of land and water conservation by supporting the 30X30 initiative,” Jerry Jost writes in this letter to the Times.