Opinion

How do I know if an aging friend or relative needs help?

When caring for an aging friend or relative from afar, it can be hard to know when your help is needed. Sometimes, your relative will ask for help. Or, the…

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Wild Times: The Rest of the Story

I do not live at Cabela’s! I never know what is going to appear in the weekly “Wild Times” column. I am never privy to that information. I really don’t…

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How to quit junk food

Junk food tastes annoyingly good. There’s a reason for this – the food companies actually formulate each bite for maximum craveability with a specialized balance of sugar, fat and salt….

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Wild Times: One piece at a time

It requires a certain skill set to pull off what you can see in the accompanying photo for this article. What may look like the aftermath of an explosion is…

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Ella Snyder says ‘thanks’

Thank you! Thanks to all the doctors, nurses and staff at the Sabetha Community Hospital for their good care when I had surgery. God Bless you all. Ella Snyder

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A word of thanks

Thank You A word of thanks to Bart White, Betty Bien, the AC Home staff, Popkess Mortuary and the Twin Oaks Church and pastors for sending my mom on her…

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Minister Speaks: Vocation

In his book, “The Conservative Heart: How to Build a Fairer, Happier and More Prosperous America,” Arthur Brooks summarizes the findings of thousands of research of studies of what makes…

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Bull battery

As funny as some folks think the words “bull battery” sound, they need to be taken seriously. On cow/calf operations, bulls provide half of the genetics in a calf crop….

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November: Diabetes Awareness Month

November is National Diabetes Month. Here’s to managing your diabetes for a long, healthier life. There isn’t a cure yet for diabetes, but a healthy lifestyle can really reduce its…

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3 Dinners You Can Throw Together After Work

Having a busy day with work and errands and meetings? You aren’t alone. Most of my clients complain of simply not having enough time at the end of their day…

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City says thank you

Thank You! The Sabetha Police Department and Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all of the businesses that participated in Main Street Trick or Treat. We had 480 kids.

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The Bauerle Family says thanks

Thank you! The family of Mary Bauerle would like to thank everyone for their kind words and hugs, cards,      prayers and memorials given to our family at her…

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Redesigning schools

The “Kansans Can” vision is a positive and aggressive vision for the future. During their “Community Conversations” tour several years ago, Commissioner Dr. Randy Watson, along with other Kansas learning…

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Avoid fraud

Here are some tips to use and share with family and friends. Spot impostors. Scammers often pretend to be someone you trust, like a family member, a charity, or a…

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Third trimester

The start of the third trimester, the most under-appreciated day of the year. This article written by Sandy Johnson, the NW Kansas Livestock Specialist, is too good not to share….

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