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Thankful

Thanksgiving is a time for families to be grateful. We often recognize the material gifts, but more importantly is the thankfulness that we feel for each other. As a school…

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Clues to the existence of God

Is the Christian faith reasonable? Does it make sense of what we see and experience in the world? Famously, C. S. Lewis once thought it unreasonable and came around to…

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A post Thanksgiving to-do list

By the time you read this, most Thanksgiving feasts will have concluded. That typically means that there will be a mad rush of things to do before Christmas arrives. Not…

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Tips for taking charge of your holiday spending

The holiday season can be a financially challenging time. In addition to the cost of gifts for friends and family, many people have extra expenses for travel, entertainment, food, decorations,…

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The best way to get fit

Talk to 10 people and you’ll get 10 different opinions on the best way to get fit.

One will tell you to attend an aerobics class. Another will swear by jogging….

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Farm land lease meeting

Leasing land for farming and ranching has become a necessity to grow and stay competitive in today’s commercial agriculture. As a result, understanding how to effectively and equitably negotiate a…

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Thanksgiving

Thanks to Mary Longren for sharing her turkey brine recipe, I usually have high marks on my roasted turkey. This year, I plan to try something new, Spatchcock turkey. Not…

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Winterizing roses

It doesn’t happen often, but now and then we’ll hear about a rose bush death attributed to cold weather damage. Potential cold damage is preventable, but the time to implement…

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Tips for staying active over the winter holidays

We typically eat more and exercise less during the holidays. If we get too much out of balance with our food intake and our activity output, we may literally be…

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Talking turkey: Tips for preparing holiday foods

Kansas State University’s Blakeslee outlines ways to keep food safe and reduce the cook’s stress Whether you’re a novice at cooking, or are the experienced short-order cook at your house,…

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Activity guidelines set

Regular physical activity is one of the most important things a person can do to improve their health. Moving more and sitting less have tremendous benefits. Today, about half of…

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Minister Speaks: The Gospel

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the “good news” that salvation is now available because of the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. Paul reminds the Corinthians and us, of…

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Part I: What is the perfect shot?

Over the years, I have read a lot of deer hunting articles. The articles have covered every aspect of deer hunting one could imagine. I find these articles interesting, simply…

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Senioritis

Is senioritis real? Seniors do have more stressors than younger students. Scholarship applications can be demanding. Deciding on and applying to post-secondary institutions or selecting a career path are also…

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Back to ‘normal’

Early this morning, one of the first comments I heard was, “Whew! Are you as glad as I am that the elections and all the mudslinging is finally over? Now…

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