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It even snows in Africa, Part Three

My professional hunter, a young man by the name of Ockert Olivier, had arranged for us to gain access to a ranch in the Winterberg mountain range. The ranch consists…

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E-cigarettes and young people

About 4.9 million middle and high school students used tobacco products in 2018. This increase—driven by a surge in e-cigarette use — erased past progress in reducing youth tobacco product…

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Weather old wives tales

There are so many predictions of weather, so many old wives tales. I thought I had heard them all, but then I heard some new ones. Let us take a…

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Handling a recalled food

Food recalls happen almost daily, and many do not get a lot of publicity. In a majority of recalls, it is the manufacturer that issues a voluntary recall. Manufacturers will…

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Pyle offers legislative update

In large part due to the changes in the executive branch, the 2019 legislative session has taken a little while getting warmed up but is now at full throttle. I…

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Lift them off their pedestals…

For in the words of St. Paul: For there is no distinction: for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and are justified by his grace…

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Wild Times: It even snows in Africa, Part Two

Africa actually has very few species that can be referred to as actual mountain species. Oh yes, there are numerous species that do wander up the mountain side and establish…

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Helping donors help kids

The USD No. 441 Foundation began helping financial donors help kids in 1994. Since that time, a number of changes have occurred. Naturally, when the school district became USD 113,…

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