Opinion

A few facts, observations and takeaways from COVID-19

Has COVID-19 been a blessing or a curse? A nightmare or an opportunity? Heart sadness, or heart gladness? We have endured almost three years of this, and I think we…

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Beware of robotexts

Recently, I have noticed that I have been getting text messages that seem a little off. They sometimes come from a local number and an organization I do business with,…

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Value of early pregnancy detection

As I set down to look at my annual “pull the bulls” date on the calendar, it got me thinking about a timely topic to write about. Every operation has…

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Southern rust, corn fungicides

Southern rust, corn fungicides A crop can’t ever be “counted on” until it’s in the bin. While with each progressing growth stage we get closer to that time, we’re not…

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NCCHS continues to support the needs of the community

Dear Editor, For over 25 years, Nemaha County Community Health Services (NCCHS) has proudly served the Nemaha County community through the programs we offer. This includes immunizations for all stages…

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School safety

The issue of school safety is a very broad topic. Schools have a wide array of issues to consider as plans are made to keep our kids safe. Unfortunately, because…

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Stock and land investments

We are fortunate to live in an agricultural community. I truly think a connection to the land and an appreciation for how crops are cultivated and how livestock grow is…

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Bagworms, is it too late to spray?

By mid-August, most bagworms have finished feeding and retreated into their bags. Insecticides will not penetrate the thick, leathery, silk-lined pouches. To determine whether larvae have finished feeding, examine the…

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An update from Sabetha Community Hospital

Can you believe it is August already? Once that calendar flips to August, many begin to start thinking about school. As you are thinking about preparing for school, don’t forget…

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‘Simul Justus Et Peccator’

Dear neighbors, As we look around the world nowadays we see pretty much a mess. Among many other things, we see war, economic problems, political instabilities and an overall lack…

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 Do you value life?

 Dear Editor, Ask yourself. What is your answer? The answer should be a resounding “YES!” You feed yourself. When you are thirsty, you take a drink. You breathe, which keeps…

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 In a perfect world…

Dear Editor, In a perfect world no woman or girl would have to face a decision to terminate a pregnancy because- No woman or girl would be raped or sexually…

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 Problems with ‘Value Them Both’

Dear Editor, It seems my concerns about Value Them Both have caused some misunderstandings. Two years ago, I was all for the amendment, but I no longer am. I thought…

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Parking at ball fields is impressive

Dear Editor, Just wanted to follow up on how impressive the change at the North Sabetha ball fields. The addition of parking areas for those who need to be close…

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Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease virus serotype 2

Rabbits may not be on the list of high-valued, livestock industries in the state of Kansas, but for many people, my oldest daughter included, rabbits are an important part of…

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