Have you cooked like this before? (so easy)

Getting healthy meals on the table each night is one of the biggest challenges that my clients are faced with – maybe it’s a challenge for you too – so…

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Teachable Moments

“I know that Dad. I knew it when you gave me the same exact lecture last week!” I usually don’t get that kind of feedback from either of my children,…

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Skin care and aging

Your skin changes with age. It becomes thinner, loses fat, and no longer looks as plump and smooth as it once did. Your veins and bones can be seen more…

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Turfgrass fertilization time

Spring is when we focus most of our efforts on turfgrass management. Let’s face it. By the time you’ve mowed all summer long — in addition to the other lawn…

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It’s apple season

As fall approaches, apples are starting to ripen and soon will be harvested. Today, there are over 2,500 varieties of apples grown in the United States. To help enjoy that…

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You missed, part I

I probably read hundreds of hunting related articles a year. Over the years, I have also watched my share of hunting shows on the television. Every now and then, I read…

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Wild Times: You missed, part 2

We took off through the camel thorn trees walking single file with Frank the tracker leading the small procession. It was a perfect day for a stalk. There was no…

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The simple habit that changed everything

Sandy started her fat loss journey with 56 pounds to lose, though when you see her now you’d never believe that she was once overweight. Today the lean and attractive…

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The total eclipse. Did you get to see it? It has been in the news much of this past year. It was extraordinary in the fact that it crossed the…

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Early pregnancy check on heifers

August is not the time when many cattle producers think about pregnancy testing. However, for producers with yearling heifers that were bred early this spring, many of those heifers are…

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Food tips

September 7 is designated Acorn Squash Day. So give it a try! It can be served as a main dish, a side, or even dessert. Roast or steam for easy…

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Hunting elk in Kansas can be done

I went on a road trip the other night to pay a visit to my taxidermist. He lives and works in Wakefield, and he had a mount ready for me…

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Pear harvest, harvesting winter squash

Pears should not be allowed to ripen on the tree. They should be picked while still firm and ripened after harvest. Tree-ripened fruits are often of poor quality because of…

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Minister Speaks – Peace: A true blessing from our Lord

The text in 2 Samuel 7:29 portrays King David who comes to the Lord asking Him to bless his household. Can I suggest that readers to pause a little bit…

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Back-to-school communication

The excitement that students have as they begin a new school year is contagious. Yes, even those high school students act like they are not excited, but it is mostly…

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