Contact your Senators and Congresswoman

Dear Editor, I would like to add an addition to the letter that I wrote last week about Obama signing into law by executive order that the UN should have…

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Making family mealtimes fun

Sitting down together for a meal whenever you can is a great way to connect with your family. Keeping it relaxed is key to making sure you are getting the…

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Prescribed burn safety

Six weeks ago in this space, I wrote about planning for a prescribed burn. The predominant focus was if a prescribed burn was really for you. If you want to…

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Peanut allergy prevention

Peanut allergy is the most common food allergy and the highest among children. There is no cure or treatment except to avoid the consumption of peanuts. New research now shows…

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You go with Bernard, Part III

The rifle jumped. I pulled my head up and away from the scope and listened. The bullet had to travel 400 yards. In what seemed like several seconds but in…

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Reader recommends book written by woman with ties to Sabetha

Dear Editor, I would like to recommend Terri L. Patton’s new book, “I Am Responsible: The Journey from Doing to Being.” I have read it and it is interesting, informative,…

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Purchasing high quality forage seed

Purchasing high quality forage seed Successful forage production and establishment begins with purchasing high quality seed. Quality of forage seed sold in the market varies, so it is important to…

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Reader appreciates Endowment article

Dear Editor, I especially enjoyed reading Amber Deters’ column acknowledging Kent and Donna Saylor’s generous investment in Sabetha’s youth. It’s nice to see the benevolent spirit is alive and well…

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Letter: U.N. global gun ban is treason

Dear Editor, I received a letter in the mail the other day from Bob Russell, Project Chairman with To Keep and Bear Arms, below is a portion of that letter….

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Kindness: Glenna Aberle

When I think of people who have shown kindness to my family, the list is a long one. We have been blessed by so many, and try every day to…

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Teacher shortage

This past year USD No. 113 experienced teacher shortage firsthand. We were forced to fill more than one teaching positions with substitute teachers or with instructors teaching outside of their…

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Let kindness be your legacy

Sabetha Elementary students are learning reading, writing and arithmetic. But maybe even more important – they are learning about kindness. With the help of the Neighbor-2-Neighbor organization, SES students tangibly…

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Kindness Letter: Lucylle Cannon

Melvin Harold and Raymond Thieme are kind citizens Dear Editor, Melvin Harold will be 97 years old on April 3, he has done so many good deeds to help me…

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Kindness: Marcey Baumgartner

Dear Editor, To our family, she is known as Miss Marcey. I met her over eight years ago, and we were neighbors… though she introduced herself at the grocery store…

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Kindness: Sabetha PD, Casey’s employees

Dear Editor, My name is Tonia Nelson and my father is Walter. My mother/his wife passed away in 2014. Recently, he was diagnosed with a blood clotting disorder that turns…

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