Opinion

Lift them off their pedestals…

For in the words of St. Paul: For there is no distinction: for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and are justified by his grace…

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Painter Family says ‘thank you’

Thank you! We would like to thank God and all of you for the many cards, phone calls, kind deeds, delicious meals, visits, gifts and precious heaven-sent prayers that you…

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Wild Times: It even snows in Africa, Part Two

Africa actually has very few species that can be referred to as actual mountain species. Oh yes, there are numerous species that do wander up the mountain side and establish…

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Herald Editorial: Is it the board’s place?

At Monday evening’s USD No. 113 School Board meeting, a discussion about purchasing student iPads got a bit… heated. Some very strong opinions were shared regarding whether replacing iPads was…

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Helping donors help kids

The USD No. 441 Foundation began helping financial donors help kids in 1994. Since that time, a number of changes have occurred. Naturally, when the school district became USD 113,…

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What to know about measles

In the 10 years before a measles vaccine was available in 1963, nearly all children got measles by 15 years old. Each year, 3 to 4 million people in the…

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Confined cow/calf operations

The topic of confined cow/calf operations seems to be getting a lot more interest lately. There have been some articles in the farm press highlighting some producers around Kansas who…

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Crop disease management meeting

The challenges of managing diseases in corn and soybean production systems are many. Disease identification isn’t always straightforward. Not knowing isn’t an option – no sense in treating a bacterial…

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Dark chocolate and cocoa – healthy treat in moderation

It’s February. Stores are brimming with red and pink hearts, roses, romantic cards, and of course chocolate. To many of us, the amount of chocolate everywhere can be disheartening as…

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Time for peach leaf curl control, leaching houseplants

Peach Leaf Curl Control If you have ever seen emerging peach leaves that are puckered, swollen, distorted and reddish-green color, you have seen peach leaf curl. Uncontrolled, this disease can…

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Focus on Jesus

Father Jaime Zarse, Pastor Daniel Kipp and I have been meeting together for a few weeks now. It is not an ecumenical movement or church discussions on doctrine and practices,…

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Erdley family says ‘thank you’

Thank You The Erdley Family would like to say “Thank You” to all of those who helped us recover from our Christmas night house fire. To all the businesses, churches,…

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Family of Darlene Rison says ‘thank you’

Thank you! The Darlene Rison family would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to everyone at the Sabetha Manor, the Sabetha Hospital and the entire Sabetha community. The…

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Is Medicaid expansion good for Kansas?

Thomas Sowell said, “I have never understood why it is ‘greed’ to want to keep the money you’ve earned, but not greed to want to take somebody else’s money.” There…

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Winter storm concerns

I would like to address some concerns that have been brought to my attention during the latest round of snow and cold temperatures.  I have been asked why we have to…

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