Electric pressure cooking, sugary beverage consumption

One of the hottest trends in cooking right now is electric pressure cooking. You may be wondering how to use it and what can be cooked in this appliance. Here…

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Summer tree leaf loss

It’s been kind of a tough summer for our trees and shrubs. While we expect some winter damage, particularly with evergreen species, the level of winter injury this year has…

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Thirsty? Hungry?

A very profound account of Jesus in the Bible takes place at the Well (John 4:5-42). There is really significant meaning conveyed to us here in this account as Jesus discusses…

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It’s about time

This is the time of year that calls come in asking about moss and algae growth in ponds and stock tanks. While there are many ways to control, it is…

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Stay Strong, Stay Healthy

Our bodies are made for activity, but modern conveniences allow us to be increasingly inactive. Physical inactivity can place our health at risk for many chronic diseases. Here’s the good…

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Strawberry bed renewal, chiggers

Next year’s strawberry crop will be affected by what you do to this year’s strawberry bed. The sooner after harvest the patch is cleaned up, fertilized and irrigated, if possible,…

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Lean for life: 5 ways to lose it for good

It’s easy enough to lose a few pounds for a short period of time, only to gain it back. It’s much harder to achieve long-term fat loss. However, you know…

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Editorial: Look before you lock

Summer is my favorite time of the year. I grew up in southwest Kansas where we usually experienced a dry heat, so it was different when I moved up here…

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Minister Speaks: Temple cleansing

The Gospels tell us of two occasions when the Lord Jesus Christ became so angry He physically drove the moneychangers and marketers from the temple. Mark 11’s account recalls the…

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What’s next, and thank you

At the May Board of Education, after examining projected USD No. 113 revenue increases from legislation attempting to comply with the Kansas Supreme Court’s education “adequacy” ruling, I informed the…

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When son number three moved to western Kansas, a conversation ensued about the changes in humidity. He would call back complaining about how hot it was, and I would mention…

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Plan your sun protection

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States. To lower your skin cancer risk, protect your skin from the sun, and avoid indoor tanning. Before you spend…

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Bagworm treatment time?

It’s time to check evergreens for bagworms – but is it time to treat? The bagworm hatch began in early June across much of northeast Kansas. Began is the key…

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Family checkbook: important to get your credit in order

Have you checked your credit report lately? If you’re not planning to borrow money, perhaps you think it’s not important. Well, your credit report can affect your finances even when…

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Thank you, Sabetha

Dear Editor: To the heartwarming people of Sabetha – Thank you so much for your compassion, thoughtfulness, friendliness, professionalism and genuine caring and concern for others that the Baniewicz Family…

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