We have a problem!

My wife and I traveled to Kansas City on Friday to spend the evening with her folks in order to celebrate the Mother’s Day holiday. Three of our four children…

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Main issues are school finance, budget

The main issues to address during the veto session are school finance and the budget, unfortunately they have yet to be resolved. So far, the composition of each has been…

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Minister Speaks: We are all sinners

“For all have sinned and come short of the Glory of God” (Romans 3:23)…” For the wages of sin is death, but the Gift of God is eternal life, through…

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When the right time is RIGHT NOW

Why are you still waiting for the right time to get fit? You are busy and hectic. Your family member is sick. Your job is demanding. You are focused on…

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They don’t all gobble

Talk to a dozen turkey hunters, and you will probably get a dozen different hunting experiences. No two turkeys are alike if you ask me. You can read all the…

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Is this food still safe to eat?

I frequently get food safety questions, and today I would like to share with you some of the most common ones. Is it safe to use food from dented cans?…

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Thinning excess fruit, peach leaf curl

With any luck, you’re going to have a good fruit crop this year. It might be hard to believe, but fruit trees can actually have enough fruit in some cases…

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Ag Days 2017 is a wrap

David Hallauer and I have just finished the Ag Day circuit for our district. We’ve seen 650 kids in the last six days! It’s great to interact with them. They…

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Hop for bone health

Did you play hop scotch or jump rope when you were a child? It turns out these might be even better for your health, as an adult, than they were…

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Home security tips

With the warmer weather, we have started to see an increase of burglaries and thefts in our county. Please review the following information and feel free to contact us if…

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Turn something negative into something positive

Dear Editor, The recent Sabetha High School incident caused me to think that this would be a good time for the community to have some conversations about such issues as…

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Mowing, cucumber beetles, bacterial wilt

Though some warm-season grasses such as bermuda and zoysia can be cut quite low (1-1/2 to 2 inches), buffalograss and the cool-season grasses should be cut higher. Bermuda and zoysia…

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Editorial: A season of busy

I surely am not alone in thinking that the month of May goes by in a blur. I’m sure your calendars are busy every day just like mine. For me,…

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Minister Speaks: Will Christ find Faith?

Christ’s death has left so many people who believed in him in a hopeless situation — to begin with, his own disciples. They remain locked up in the upper room…

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Nemaha County Training Center is thankful

Nemaha County Training Center thanks everyone who helped make the ‘Night at the Willows’ a success. We are very appreciative of everyone’s kindheartedness.

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