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Sabetha City Commission approves ambulance purchase

The Sabetha City Commission met at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 27, with Mayor Doug Clark and Commissioners Rick Koch, Maridel Wittmer and Julie Burenheide present. Commissioner Nick Aberle was not…

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Enjoy quilting displays at Mary Cotton Public Library

Snowmen, anyone? Although there isn’t much snow on the ground to build actual snowmen, the public can still enjoy the whimsical creativity and skill of 12 members of the Seneca…

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Local area farmers are among state winners

Carefully planned growing practices and wisely selected seedstock varieties combined with favorable growing conditions to help Kansas farmers achieve high soybean yields and quality in 2013. Local area winners from…

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Get your spoon ready for the Souper Bowl

On Saturday, Feb. 1, exactly 24 hours before you tune in to the National Football League Super Bowl XLVIII, you can enjoy another bowl event in Sabetha. The fourth annual…

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Kanza Mental Health and Guidance Center receives $3,000

With an eye to addressing both the immediate health care needs of uninsured Kansans as well as supporting long-term initiatives to improve the overall health of residents, the Blue Cross…

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Public Participation Policies Compared: Area school board policies are more formal than those of city, county commissions

Following the January meeting of the USD No. 113 Board of Education, at which the board discussed guidelines for public participation, many have questioned how the board’s public participation policies…

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#socialmedia #thesabethaheraldhasit

“You should tweet that,” and “Ooh, let’s post that on Instagram,” have been phrases heard around The Sabetha Herald office recently. #Whatisallthisabout Wait, did I just put a pound sign…

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Roundup Ready patent, starting trees right

Roundup Ready 1 Patent Expiration There are a number of questions surrounding the expiration of Monsanto’s original Roundup Ready soybean trait in 2014 (and the last applicable third-party patent in early…

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Giving trees a good start and testing soil are important

Start Trees Off Right Research from K-State’s John C. Pair Horticultural Center has quantified the effect of controlling grasses around newly planted trees. Jason Griffin, William Reid and Dale Bremer…

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February calving schools planned for Seneca and Nortonville

There´s still some room in our calving schools. They will be on Feb. 4 at the Community Building in Seneca, and Feb. 5 at the Knights of Columbus hall in…

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‘Women Managing the Farm’ conference is planned

Women have always been an integral part of American agriculture, but never more than today. The “Women Managing the Farm Conference,” Feb. 13 and 14 in Manhattan, will provide educational…

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K-State Animal Sciences Leadership Academy is planned for June 11-14

The K-State Animal Sciences Leadership Academy is planned for June 11-14 on Kansas State University’s Manhattan campus. The sixth annual academy will spotlight 20 high school students from across the…

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Kansas State University to host Ag Profitability and Stewardship Conference

K-State Research and Extension is teaming up with several sponsors to host the 2014 KSU Ag Profitability and Stewardship Conference, Thursday, Jan. 30, at Baden Square Community Center, 700 Gary…

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