Make healthier grilled cheeses

Who doesn’t love a great grilled cheese sandwich? Grilled cheese seems like the perfect food. It’s easy to make, has few ingredients and sports a crispy crust and a warm,…

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Strawberries, Apple Tree Sprays

Spring-bearing strawberry plants that were set out this spring should have blossoms pinched off. New plants have a limited amount of energy. If blossoms remain on the plants, energy that…

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Police Chief: Take advantage of the Citywide Clean-Up

Sabetha Citywide Clean-Up will take place Wednesday, April 26. Take advantage of the great opportunity that the city and the Chamber of Commerce provide. If you are not able to…

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Wild Times: Be sure to aim a little low, Part I

We took several pictures of the Chamois. The backdrop for the photo session was phenomenal with the snow covered peaks rising up to meet the deep blue sky. We got…

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Minister Speaks: What must I do to be saved?

The question addressed by this article is the most important question that could be asked, and yet it would seem that the vast majority of the population has either never…

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How to tame sugar cravings

Added sugar in the diet is frowned on by nutritionists for two main reasons. First, it is linked to weight gain and cavities. Second, sugar provides “empty calories” because it…

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Core beliefs

As Prairie Hills USD No. 113 is redefining our system for helping students through the Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) process, we are evaluating our core beliefs and values. This…

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Soybean weed control – the importance of timing

One of my favorite slides from a presentation by Kansas State University Weed Specialist Dr. Dallas Peterson this past winter depicts a field of palmer amaranth. Now before you get…

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Fly control

As we transition into spring and before livestock producers turn cattle in to summer pastures, selecting this year’s fly control program should be considered. A thought to consider, did your…

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It’s a ‘Festival of Bread’

Lots of baking has been taking place at the Wheat Innovation Center to select the top finalists for the 2017 National Festival of Breads! Mark your calendar for June 17…

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He will stop eventually, Part III

After the Chamois got to his feet, he began a steady climb up the mountain. He was now above the tree line. He was easy to spot. The problem was…

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Don’t believe the myths

Discover the truths about long term care. Myth One – A government program will take care of me. The facts are that government programs are difficult to qualify for and…

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Mole control

Though moles spend most of their time underground, the damage they cause above ground is all too visible. Meandering paths of upheaved soil are evidence of the small mammals foraging…

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Minister Speaks: The Promised Land

By Andy Smith Pastor, Crossroads Wesleyan Church I have just spent a week in Israel, touring the Holy Land through the generous invitation of one of my church families. It…

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Sitting is the new smoking

Most of us live and work in a sedentary culture and studies show that sitting too much is taking a huge toll on our health. Dr. James Levine, director of…

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