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Good News in Autumn

Dylan Yoder Columnist Look, life is stressful. With the number of things we fill our lives with every day, it can be somewhat overwhelming. Day in,...

Musician finds reward in sharing talentFree

David Dinell, Derby Informer Derby retiree John Noonan plans to continue to play “Taps” at burials and veterans’ events on a volunteer basis for as...

Too Busy To Work

“We’re very busy and can’t get your telephone repaired for at least 19 days.” That was the summed-up response from the telephone company when reporting...

Weed management practices changing for producers

Increased prices and decreased availability of herbicides impact producers MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University weed management specialist says increased prices and decreased availability...

Wheat Scoop: Father-son duo from Meade top Kansas entries in the 2021 National Wheat Yield Contest

For audio version, visit kansaswheat.org. Tyler Ediger and his father Darwin are seasoned veterans of the National Wheat Yield Contest, having submitted entries from their...

All About Poinsettias

K-State horticulture expert shares how to care for these vibrant flowers MANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State University horticulture expert Ward Upham said it’s important to...

Practicing Gratitude

I love Thanksgiving. I love preparing the food all day and enjoying it while sitting around a table with some of the people I...

Kansas Profile – Now That’s Rural: Landon Oldham, Heartland Soil Services

If you have a sore foot, you don’t want your doctor to treat you for a headache. If you have a stomachache, you don’t...

K-State food safety expert shares holiday meal reminders

Proper thawing and preparation important in preparing turkey, says Blakeslee MANHATTAN, Kan – The holiday season can be a great time for family and friends...

K-State, local experts plan grazing tour to educate about cover crops

NORTON, Kan. ¬– Kansas State University extension specialists and agents will host a cover crop workshop and livestock grazing tour Monday, Dec. 6. Officials say...

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