I just wanted to thank The Morning Sun for covering the first piece of equipment for and the generous donors to the Everybody Plays Playground project.
I saw the city manager on TV the other night saying streets are the first impressions that visitors have of a city. If that is the case Pittsburg fails miserably.
I wonder if they play sports in heaven.
Don't punish I/DD for carve out plan
Dear Morning Sun:
I am a voter in your district and I am very disappointed by the actions of the House Appropriations Committee. The Committee, on a motion by Representative Dave Crum of Augusta, inserted a proviso into the House's budget bill that would take away any new waiting list dollars for Kansans with developmental disabilities if I/DD long-term care services are 'carved out' of KanCare.
On behalf of Pittsburg Beautiful, I would like to congratulate all of the great students who gave our community a clean, fresh look.
For the past year the Kansas Humanities Council has had the pleasure of working with the Miners Hall Museum to bring the traveling Smithsonian exhibition, “The Way We Worked,” to Franklin.
This past weekend we remembered the tornado of 2003. We are grateful for the many friends who attended and honored the 1st Responders, many of whom served during the tornado.
Your insert in the Sunday paper about the Miners Hall Museum was excellent.
On average, 88 Americans die daily of gunshot wounds. This includes those killed by law enforcement, those killed by people defending themselves, suicide, murder and accidently.
As the legislative session comes to a close, our customers have been asking about the status of HB 2206, a bill written to end a government-mandated monopoly that restricts alcohol sales to liquor stores only.