Opinion

It’s about SES

Most Sabetha community members would agree that it is time to make improvements to Sabetha Elementary School (SES). Architect Robert Hansen has the same opinion and provided a detailed plan…

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The golden era – part two

In my last article, I made the case for why I believe now is the golden era of homeownership. I want to expand on – and sum up – my…

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Social Security launches new campaign to fight scammers

The Social Security Administration and its Office of the Inspector General (OIG) continue to receive reports about fraudulent phone calls from people falsely claiming to be Social Security employees. The…

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Beef on dairy?

It was good to hear from Dr. Larry Corah at the Kansas State University Dairy Day, yes dairy! He was there to talk about the newest trend of breeding dairy…

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Missouri Nitrogen studies

Wayne Flanary is a field specialist in agronomy with the University of Missouri. For the past 15 years, he’s worked in northwest Missouri, doing work out of their Graves-Chapple experiment…

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Planning now for gardens and food preservation

Winter is here, but many people are planning now for gardening. While you study garden catalogs or websites, don’t forget to plan how you will preserve the produce this summer….

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Letter: Don’t be misled

Don’t be misled Dear Editor, Don’t be misled or fooled by thinking that the electric lines are insulated. Many in the country are not insulated, and they will catch overgrown…

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More scams circulating the area

I would like to alert the public to a recent scam circulating Brown County. Residents are receiving text messages on their cell phones stating that their recent Amazon purchase has…

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Character – it’s all that will be left

“He’s quite a character!!” Are there people who come to mind when you read that? Sometimes it references someone who is funny or unique in some way. The tone of…

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Fruit trees and frost

If you are considering purchasing fruit trees this spring, there are certain factors that should be considered for some of our fruit tree species. Spring in Kansas is often unsettled,…

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Bad Luck Chuck!

I’m sure you’ve heard of him. He is the bad luck guy for the Kansas City Chiefs. Every time he is present at a game, they lose. He became famous…

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Kids Kloset says thank you!

Trish Lukert and Kim Rettele would like to thank everyone for the donations at the Give to Grow event, the businesses In town who donated for the Gingerbread Houses, and…

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Innovators versus Imitators

“Innovators,” a word which describes people who introduce new methods or ideas; a new way of doing things. An “imitator “is a person who copies the behavior or actions of…

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Balancing calving ease priorities in heifer matings

One of the most exciting times of the year on cow/calf operations is when the calves are born and producers can see the results of their breeding decisions. Experts from…

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New year, new habits!

Week one of Farm Financial Skills is under our belts. With all this talk about record keeping, it’s got me thinking of how I can improve my own records. Although…

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