Dark chocolate and cocoa – healthy treat in moderation

It’s February. Stores are brimming with red and pink hearts, roses, romantic cards, and of course chocolate. To many of us, the amount of chocolate everywhere can be disheartening as…

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Time for peach leaf curl control, leaching houseplants

Peach Leaf Curl Control If you have ever seen emerging peach leaves that are puckered, swollen, distorted and reddish-green color, you have seen peach leaf curl. Uncontrolled, this disease can…

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Focus on Jesus

Father Jaime Zarse, Pastor Daniel Kipp and I have been meeting together for a few weeks now. It is not an ecumenical movement or church discussions on doctrine and practices,…

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Erdley family says ‘thank you’

Thank You The Erdley Family would like to say “Thank You” to all of those who helped us recover from our Christmas night house fire. To all the businesses, churches,…

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Family of Darlene Rison says ‘thank you’

Thank you! The Darlene Rison family would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to everyone at the Sabetha Manor, the Sabetha Hospital and the entire Sabetha community. The…

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Is Medicaid expansion good for Kansas?

Thomas Sowell said, “I have never understood why it is ‘greed’ to want to keep the money you’ve earned, but not greed to want to take somebody else’s money.” There…

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Winter storm concerns

I would like to address some concerns that have been brought to my attention during the latest round of snow and cold temperatures.  I have been asked why we have to…

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Stretching hay supplies

Unusual weather patterns are causing havoc on our livestock operations. The unusual drought and lack of hay, and now the really cold weather and the increased demand for forages, have…

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Kansas Mesonet

Some people have really good memories and can easily remember what a particular summer was like 20 years ago. Others have years of calendars or notebooks of daily weather data….

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It even snows in Africa, Part One

In case you have not noticed, we have quite a bit of snow lying around the countryside. Whether you like it or not, we are going to be stuck with…

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Use a planting calendar

If you start vegetable plants indoors, it is often helpful to list seeding dates on a calendar so that plants are ready for transplanting at the proper time. To do…

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Stretch out your hand

There are lots of things in life that define us. We can be defined by great things that happen — things like achievements, accomplishments, our talents and abilities. Those are…

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New life! Have you embraced it?

The first month of 2019 is nearly past. How’s your New Year? Have you embraced the fresh new pages of 2019, that lie before you – crisp, new, untouched, nothing…

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Letter: Sabetha hospital, clinic maintain viability

Sabetha hospital, clinic maintain viability Dear Editor, We, as the Hospital Board, thought it would be important to dispel any myths there might be in regard to the viability of…

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I enjoy watching sports. Watching our district’s student athletes working to be successful is one of the perks of my job. I see them try their very hardest and striving…

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