Teal hunting is easy

As I stated last week, the early Teal season has begun in Kansas. It is a quick season, a short two-week session to whet your appetite for the regular duck…

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Reader seeks information about Summers home

Dear Editor, I have been reminded that there was a house that once stood behind the Standard station at 12th and Main next to the Summers home. This could possibly…

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Is Jesus awake in your life?

Evangelist Mark in chapter 4:35-41 tells the story of Jesus Christ’s miracle of calming the storm as a sample of what the Kingdom of God looks like. This is a…

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Keep food safety in mind when tailgating

Tailgating is popular with football fans, who flock to games with their grills and favorite tailgating foods, but keep in mind several food safety measures to keep from getting sick….

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Weaning calves

There were quite a few calves weaned on the way to the sale barn in July and August. Those would have been early weaned. Now coming to the close of…

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Mushrooms in the lawn

Six weeks ago, I was writing about watering drought stressed lawns and trees. Now, we have rapid grass growth and enough rains to trigger mushrooms in turf grass. Crazy… While…

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Apple picking

When September arrives, the air turns cool, the leaves begin to change, and many are itching to don their flannel plaids and participate in a quintessential autumn activity. The perfect…

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Getting back on track

So you took a break from your fitness routine this summer. You ate, you drank, you relaxed, and ate some more. Well, now it’s time to face the music. As…

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Kansas State Fair

Brown County youth will have 4-H projects on display at the Kansas State Fair in the 4-H building and the livestock barns. If you are considering attending the fair or…

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Letter: Sabetha Community Hospital provides quality care

Dear Editor, In the past five years due to a variety of physical ailments, I have found myself hospitalized for a few days in several different hospitals. In all cases…

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Linn family says ‘thank you’

Thank you! The family of Harley Linn would like to thank the employees and residents of Sabetha Manor, Dr. Kennally, Teri Kruse, Hospice, Popkess Mortuary, Pastor Cheryl Mishler and the…

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Gastons say ‘thanks’

Thank you! A BIG thank you to those who helped us move in when we arrived in Sabetha. It’s so good to be back and see all of our friends….

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Guest Editorial: Check your flood insurance plan

After the flood damage in the Manhattan area earlier this week, I’ve heard numerous reports on the local and regional news broadcasts that very few of those affected in the…

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Thinking about sandwiches?

The sandwich has a long history and its origins are unclear — but regardless of when, where and why they came about, there are many ways to make them healthy!…

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Cool season turfgrass management

Has your turf taken a beating over the past year? If improving your cool season turf is on your to-do list, September could be a very busy month. If you…

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