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Milo Yield

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Laugh tracks in the dust

With Christmas happily in my rear-view mirror, New Year’s Eve is in my headlights and the New Year 2015 is stretching out to the horizon....

Laugh tracks in the dust

        My sister-in-law, ol’ Nevah’s twin sister, has an energetic little rat terrier pup, that she and her hubby, ol’ Charl Lay, keep in...

Laugh tracks in the dust

I sat down to write this column on Thanksgiving Day eve. I wondered what I could write about Thanksgiving Day that would be meaningful....

Laugh tracks in the dust

     We’re experiencing “yo-yo” weather here in the Flint Hills this week. Temps have ranged from 8 above zero to a predicted high in...

Laugh tracks in the dust

Well, Mother Nature is making up for the late killing frost -- big time. The last two days have seen night time temperatures in...

Laugh tracks in the dust

I’m starting this column on the evening of the full moon --- and it’s beautiful on this cool, crisp autumn night. Our view of...

Laugh tracks in the dust

                Whew! This has been a busy week on a lot of fronts. On the sports front, my Kansas City Royals came up 90-feet...

Laugh tracks in the dust

       What will the world’s plant and animal population be comprised of 1,000 years from now? No one knows, of course, but I have...

Laugh tracks in the dust

        I usually wait until the end of the week to write my columns because I’m expecting a good story to come my way...

Laugh tracks in the dust

                What in the world is the world coming to -- a place where boys ain’t boys, girls ain’t girls, men ain’t men and...

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