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Third trimester

The start of the third trimester, the most under-appreciated day of the year. This article written by Sandy Johnson, the NW Kansas Livestock Specialist, is too good not to share….

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Twelve ways to save energy and money

Saving energy and money go hand in hand, so the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) has identified 12 simple ways consumers can save both. The CFA is a nonprofit association…

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Wild Times: A great comeback!

I have been doing it for years now. I really don’t see it ending either. In fact, just this evening I was feeding cattle and I did it again. It…

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Get out while you can

We are now about five weeks into the fall season. Fall is my favorite of the four seasons. It is not because of all of the hunting opportunities that are…

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‘Once Saved, Always Saved’

One of the most comforting teachings found in the religious world is Calvinism’s “Perseverance of the Saints” or as it is commonly known — “Once Saved, Always Saved.” Who wouldn’t…

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7 EASY Dinner Recipes

If you have stubborn weight to lose that won’t seem to come off, no matter how hard you exercise, then it’s time to closely examine the meals that you eat….

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Fall chores, continued…

A couple of weeks ago, the fall chores list was all about trees and flowers. This week, soil preparation work is the focus. Soil testing is an often overlooked fall…

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Cold water saves

At the recent National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences annual meeting in Omaha, we learned about the Be Bold, Go Cold Initiative at the American Cleaning Institutes exhibit…

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Everything but the squeal

Okay, so October is almost over and I’ve neglected National Pork month. Well, I haven’t totally neglected it. We’ve had smoked pork loin and then there’s all the bacon we…

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Fighting colds and flu

With reports of flu already affecting people, it is time to do what you can to protect yourself from colds and flu. Here are some tips: • Get a flu…

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Trick-or-treat safely

We would like to remind the public that the 10th annual Trick-or-Treat night will be held on Monday, Oct. 30, at the Brown County Sheriff’s office located at 709 Utah…

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The Greatest Problem brought the Greatest Gift

Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Robert Strand, in his book “Fascinating Facts About Jesus,” reminds us of a classic story about Pogo, the comic…

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Ancestor Trail: Part XXVI – Soldiers who served from and/or later settled in Brown County, Kansas

In Part XXVI, we continue with soldiers who served whose surnames begin with the letter “R.” James R. Roop, a resident of Everest, served in Company B of the 137th…

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5 Things to do NOW to slim down before the holidays

We are officially on the verge of holiday season…and with it a myriad of food temptations and weight gain traps. Don’t fret, if you act now there’s still time to…

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Wild Times: They are all loaded!

I recently read an article on the internet that dealt with the number of households in the United States that were in possession of firearms within the four walls. I…

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