He who stirs the pot needs to lick the spoon

I love this saying. I’ve edited it to make it politically correct. It seems like politically correct is a thing of the past. I was horrified to read an article in…

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Pruning deciduous shrubs

If some warmer days have you ready to be outside, one of the things on your to-do list should be pruning deciduous shrubs. It isn’t difficult if you follow a…

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Fixing our minds on love

I found it very beautiful, very meaningful, that Ash Wednesday (the beginning of Lent) this year was on Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day is a day we traditionally celebrate love, and…

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Soil temperature and vegetables

One of the most neglected tools for vegetable gardeners is a soil thermometer. Soil temperature is a much better measure of when to plant than air temperature or the calendar….

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

In Part XVII, we continue with soldiers who served whose surnames begin with the letter “S.” S Alexander Schraulis, a resident of Morrill Township, served with Company M of the…

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Have a goal? Here’s how to meet it.

Do you have a specific fitness goal that you are hoping to achieve? This goal could be a number on the scale, or a clothing size. Or maybe you are…

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Ukele family says thank you

Thank You We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for the love, compassion and support extended to our family during this difficult time. Thank you for the acts of…

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Ennekings say thank you

Thank You! Thank you to all that sent cards and to all that came and helped us celebrate our 50th anniversary. It was wonderful and so much appreciated. Chuck &…

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Baileyville Benefit Committee says thanks

THANK YOU!!  THANK YOU!!   THANK YOU!! The Baileyville Benefit Committee would like to thank the following for making the 2018 Baileyville Benefit Tournament such an overwhelming success! • Businesses…

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Dennis Baumgartner says Thanks

I would like to thank the EMTs, doctors, nurses, staff, my family, and the people in the Sabetha community for the prayers and kindness extended to me and my family…

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Let’s have fun getting stronger

One of the best ways to keep your body and mind functioning at their best is to exercise. Regular participation in strengthening exercises can help you build muscle and increase…

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Part One: Stun gun or taser, which is it?

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about the number of concealed carry licenses in our state and how the laws in our state have changed pertaining to the…

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Women in Agriculture

This past weekend, I participated in the Women in Ag workshop in Corning. It was a huge meeting. There was laughter, and there were tears. I really enjoyed hearing Jolene…

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Spring is closer than you think

With the ice we saw last week, it was a little hard to think about flowers and gardens and lawns. The calendar doesn’t stop for a few cold days, however,…

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Lent Season: how to get rid of sinful behavior

In the wake of the school shooting in Florida, voices rose up to denounce what many have described as the culture of death and the cycle of violence. Bishop Carter,…

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