Poison Ivy identification, control

Learning to identify poison ivy is vital if you wish to avoid the rash that accompanies exposure. Unfortunately, poison ivy can make identification difficult because it occurs in three forms:…

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Handling food safety on the road

Finally, spring/summer has arrived for good now. With the thought of warmer weather comes the thought of getting away for some needed time away, V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N! Oh, how we long for…

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Green pastures

Monday morning, my friend Joyce sent me a video by Bible scholar Ray Vander Laan, who was explaining Psalm 23. He was standing in the middle of the “green pastures”…

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Mowing, cucumber beetles, bacterial wilt

Though some warm-season grasses such as bermuda and zoysia can be cut quite low (1-1/2 to 2 inches), buffalograss and the cool-season grasses should be cut higher. Bermuda and zoysia…

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Guest Editorial: The inherent risk of sport specialization

One of the responsibilities that parents take most seriously is protecting their children from injury, whether it is buckling seat belts in a car or wearing a helmet while riding…

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Minister Speaks: The Lord’s Supper

One of the most significant privileges the child of God has is the participation in the Lord’s Supper. To keep in our memory that sacrifice on the cross over 2,000…

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Part I: Where did you find those?

The season is upon us! Perhaps you think I am referring to the ongoing turkey season, but that is not what I am talking about. Perhaps you think I’m talking…

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It’s not just another 5K – Tara Ploeger Memorial

Do you remember your best friends growing up? The girls or boys you did everything with for a part of your life. The ones whose parents were your second parents…

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Spring cleaning for your freezer

If you freeze garden produce in the summer and fall, spring is a great time to clean out your freezer to get ready to store the upcoming season’s harvest. If…

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Things to do when money is short

Here are some things to think about when money is short. • Think about things you have been spending money on that you can do without — movies, magazines, music,…

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Want to shape up for summer? Eat at home.

In today’s fast paced world we consume over 30% of our daily calories away from home. These less-than-wholesome calories are accumulating around our waists and draining our bank accounts. So…

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Letter to the Editor: Standing behind Trump?

Dear Editor, Are Christians still standing behind Trump and the GOP? Are they even watching? The Washington Post reported today (April 28) that the House Speaker, Paul Ryan, had forced…

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Why do we do what we do the way we do?

I was watching some men play cribbage one evening. I’d never played the game and the more I watched, the more confused I became. Finally I asked one of the…

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City of Sabetha and Chamber of Commerce says thanks

Thank You! The City of Sabetha and Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the SHS Seniors, City Crew and all volunteers who donated time, money, food, drinks, supplies, trucks…

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Charlotte Orton says thanks

Thank You I would like to express my appreciation and gratitude for all the encouraging cards and visits during my recent health issues. Thank you for all the prayers from…

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