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I was a volunteer firefighter. I am tired of Wichita Fire Department union and its outrageous positions regarding salary and benefits, paid by taxpayers.
We’ve now been given an example of why district attorneys should not be allowed serve as quasi-judges and juries regarding police shootings. They’re far too much a part of the good ol’ boy group.
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The Andrew Finch Rule: if you see a trigger-happy Wichita cop in your yard, don’t go outside.
Any reasonable person, our DA obviously excluded from that group, should question if Andy Finch was “seen reaching toward his waistband for a gun.” Why did only one cop fire?
Remember when the city was going to improve and make a River Walk? Now they think they are “improving” Naftzger Park by removing trees and a pond. Laughable and pathetic at the same time.
As a former administrator for Wichita schools, I received the same level of pay raises that teachers received. If they didn’t get a raise, neither did I.
This week I said goodbye to Dick’s. I have outfit my family’s sporting goods needs from Dick's for years. Although I’m not a gun owner, I support the Second Amendment, and the rights of those who choose to own a firearm.
Trump supporters are complaining about the breadth of Robert Mueller’s investigation and the amount of time it is taking. Guess they do not remember the four years it took Kenneth Starr to get from Whitewater to Lewinsky.
Hollywood gets stereotypical middle America by airing “Roseanne.” You fell for it.
Why do some states have such amazing recycling (aluminum cans, plastic) programs and many don’t?
Thank you to the gentleman that stopped and helped my husband clear the gas grill debris off Kellogg last Saturday night. Thank you also to the officer who helped them do it safely. May God bless you.
If you ask yourself the question, “Is my mind OK?” the answer needs to be, “I think so.”
If you see a car completely covered in dust, check the license plate. It’s a pretty good bet the car is from Butler County.
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