Jesus often raises the bar of excellence for us in His teachings. Luke records one such challenge the Lord puts before us. Jesus stated, “Take heed to yourselves. If your…

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Winterizing strawberry plants

Winter can be a difficult time for strawberries in Kansas. Plants need time to become adjusted to cold weather and will gradually become more cold resistant as fall progresses. Strawberry…

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Letter to the Editor: Information sought on pieces of local history

Dear Editor, I am writing in regards to the Most House at Albany, Kan. As we discovered in the past year, the Most House has an influential start to its…

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Living life with a thankful heart

“Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus” – 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18. Thanksgiving will be here soon. It…

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Letter to the Editor: Sheriff shares his appreciation

Dear Editor, On behalf of all of my fellow Sheriff’s across the state, I would like to extend our gratitude to the public that has shown their support for the…

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November is National Family Caregivers Month

Rosalyn Carter said, “There are only four kinds of people in the world: those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers, and those…

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Livestock Risk Protection – management considerations

It seems each morning as I feed my weaned calves, I enter into the yearly battle with myself on “when is the right time to market those feeder steers?” When…

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Talking turkey: tips for preparing holiday foods

Whether you’re a novice at cooking, or are the experienced short-order cook at your house, chances are that you don’t prepare a 14-pound holiday turkey and all the trimmings every…

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Poultry litter

Manure has long been a source of nutrients in our grain and forage production systems. The predominant products have come from beef, dairy and swine systems, but from time to…

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Have a safe, healthy Thanksgiving

Keeping your family safe from foodborne illness is more important than ever. With the healthcare system fully employed to help people who have serious health issues, it is important to…

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Understanding Medicare Advantage plans

This time of year, we constantly see television commercials for Medicare Advantage plans. A well-known celebrity tells us we need to call and check our benefits. What exactly does all…

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Care, handling of deer from field to table

The thrill of the hunt can continue at the dinner table if the game isn’t handled properly along the way. Game meats are excellent sources of protein and similar in…

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Last call for Soybean Cyst Nematode sampling

For the past three years, the K-State Plant Disease Diagnostic Lab, via a Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) Coalition grant, has offered a limited supply of free SCN samples to Kansas…

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Tips for low-cost holiday meals

It doesn’t take long for you to realize when you are in the grocery store to see that food prices are on the rise. Grocery prices have risen 23 percent…

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Our Veterans

As we near another Veteran’s Day this Friday, let reflect on those who gave the ultimate and did not come home. Our fathers, grandfathers, brothers, sisters, sons and daughters, cousins…

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