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Just like days gone by

I did something a couple of weeks ago I had not done for years. I actually got on the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism and purchased a deer…

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ACT for all

I barely remember taking the ACT test. I do remember that, in my mind, it was a formality. I didn’t feel any pressure to perform. At the time it was…

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Create a healthy holiday workplace

During the holidays, it seems more sweets and homemade treats pop up in the break room, on countertops, and in coworkers’ offices than during the rest of the year. It’s…

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‘Tis the season

‘Tis the season!Most of the time I love this time of year! With the four snows and counting, the weather has been causing some unneeded stress. Add to that a…

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Care of Christmas plants

For a holiday held in winter, Christmas has traditionally been a time when we celebrate around a plant (Christmas tree) and give plants as gifts (poinsettia, etc.). Fortunately, many of…

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Keep hackers from ruining your holidays

Keep hackers from ruining your holidays Kansans have or may be busy taking to the Internet for a variety of cheerful holiday reasons. The increase in cyber traffic means, however,…

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Minister Speaks: Advent

I do not know about you, but the last five months have absolutely screamed by for me. I remember driving into Sabetha on the Fourth of July and thinking, “Alright Lord,…

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Snyder says thank you

Thank you! I would like to thank those who sent cards and gifts, made phone calls and visited, as well as my family during my 90th birthday celebration. Dale Snyder

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Wild Times: Isn’t that Cub cute?

Just over a year ago, a couple of friends and I headed north to the wilderness of Alaska to try our hand at shooting a Rocky Mountain Goat. It turned…

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Winter preparations for the next round

Submitted by Ken Selzer, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance Winter weather in Kansas appeared earlier than usual this year with the Thanksgiving weekend blizzard throughout much of the state. People were caught…

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Cooperation is key for blended families during the holidays

The holidays are intended to be a joyous time when families get together to enjoy each other’s company and celebrate the true meaning of the season – but that’s not…

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Plan ahead to stay safe during winter weather

The weather in Kansas may be unseasonably warm for the next several days, but we’re entering the time of year when a winter storm can blow in suddenly. Kansas State…

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Decisions, actions and tongue skin

“What would make you do such a thing?” I asked 10-year-old Jacob Scoby, who replied, “Well, I looked at it, and I thought about it and the next thing I…

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Dormant seeding of turfgrass 

Well…I missed it… The hole I created repairing a busted water line this summer got filled in before it got cold, but not until late October. That meant that the…

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Even without eggs, eating uncooked dough can be a raw deal

You have probably heard it’s a bad idea to eat uncooked dough because it contains raw eggs. But raw flour can also make you sick, says Londa Nwadike, extension state…

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