Watering landscape plants

I’m going to try to make it rain. Surely writing about watering landscape plants will make something happen, won’t it? As much of the area continues to miss beneficial rains,…

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You’ve let yourself go

It happens to the best of us. That moment when you realise that you’ve let yourself go, and you need to get back on track. It may happen when you’re…

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Wild Times: You missed, part four

The gun roared and the next thing I saw was the warthog lying on its side on the red soil. I was back on track! We loaded the hog up…

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Donating safe, nutritious food

Our county has an abundance of food, yet many people in the U.S. still suffer from food insecurity. In fact, it is estimated that 30 to 40 percent of the…

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Cooking with cast iron

Known for its versatility and durability, cast iron skillets are the kitchen’s most universal tool. You can use your cast iron like any other pan you might have but with…

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For the love of sin

The church father, St. Augustine, has a marvelous book entitled “Confessions,” an autobiography of his life from a theological perspective. Early in the book he recounts the deeds of his…

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Family of Rosalie Painter says ‘thanks’

Thank You We would like to thank all of you for your thoughts and prayers, your kind deeds, your help with food and gifts, your words of encouragement and comfort,…

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Dave and Virginia Mars say ‘thank you’

Thank You Dave and Virginia Mars wish to give their appreciation and thanks to all who honored them with cards, gifts and greetings for their “50th” wedding anniversary celebration.

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Minister Speaks: Healing

There is a story in Luke chapter 17 that I love. Jesus is traveling between Samaria and Galilee and is met by a group of 10 people suffering from leprosy….

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It’s not about you, or me

One of my family’s favorite animated movies is “The Incredibles.” One scene shows Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl having an argument that turns to whether or not to allow their children,…

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Do you feel guilty about this?

You have so many demands on you. Your family relies on you for money, food, transportation, and a myriad of permission slips, bills and paperwork. You hardly get a moment…

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September is Prostate Health Awareness Month

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men and the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths among American men. Black men are more likely to get prostate cancer…

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Nature of the beast

By the time you read this, the grazing school will be over. My presentation is on the behavior of grazing animals. I guess I have been fascinated with this since…

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The effects of late season usage on cool season grasses

You don’t have to travel very far from east to west or north to south across northeast Kansas to find huge differences in soil moisture levels. It’s easy to see…

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September: National Whole Grains Month

September: National Whole Grains Month Did you know that people who eat whole grains as part of a healthy diet have a reduced risk of some chronic diseases? Grains provide…

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