Editorials

It’s complicated

After attending hundreds and hundreds of government meetings over the course of a dozen years, I’ve come to realize two big things. The first things is… I’m getting old! I’m…

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Clean up time!

Rain, rain – finally going away and not coming again another day? Maybe, maybe not. The rain has been needed, but sometimes it can bring a dreary feeling with it….

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Editorial: Added sports prove beneficial

According to the National Federation of State and High School Associations (NFHS), participating in different sports and activities in high school has many benefits for students. Some of the benefits…

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Spring has arrived and with it…

Monday, March 20, signaled the end of the winter season! Other than a few cold snaps that blew through the area, we experienced a relatively mild winter. With the coming…

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Editorial: Kansans coming together

Being from southwest Kansas there are things that I miss, but the most important would be family. The majority of my husband’s and my family are in the southwest and…

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Editorial: Newspapers in Education

Newspapers in Education Week is March 6 through 10. In celebration of this week, The Sabetha Herald publishes a special supplement in which Sabetha Elementary School fifth grade students write…

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Why change it?

The weather teased us last week with temperatures in the 70s one day, and then two days later snow was falling. Despite mother nature’s confusion, consistent nice weather looms on…

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A weekend of kindness

The last issue of The Sabetha Herald featured many letters from people recognizing others that they come into contact with who have exhibited kindness. It has been really neat to…

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Challenge Accepted

Let’s help Sabetha Elementary School students start a chain reaction of kindness in our community! During the week of Feb. 13 through 17, SES students are embarking on a kindness…

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What can giving achieve?

In the past month, a few caring adults and a school full of kids have made a big difference. Where a few weeks ago the Sabetha Elementary School crossing guard…

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Stand up for your beliefs, but…

There is nothing wrong with standing up for what you believe in, but there is a right way and a wrong way to go about it. Unless you live under…

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Give it up, Sabetha!

In case you are not aware, we are now are over halfway through the month of January. In less than two months, we will be once again experiencing warmer temperatures…

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Editorial: Achieve your resolution

Hello 2017! Some of us have been waiting for the arrival of the new year for some time now, and it is finally here. Why do some of us look…

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Editorial: It is a new beginning!

Well here we are once again on the verge of a new year bearing down upon us. The celebration of Christmas is now in the rearview mirror. Not so fast,…

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Editorial: Silent Night

“Silent Night, Holy Night. All is calm, All is bright.” You read those words and now you’re humming to yourself – am I right? Last week, we asked readers to…

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