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Children caring for children: K-State launches program to help

Written by: Mary Lou Peter [email protected]   MANHATTAN, Kan. – The closing of schools and preschools linked to the spread of the new coronavirus sent parents scrambling to...

Stepping up to the front lines

By Roger Verdon Special to the Rural Messenger Young Rachel brought out the groceries she had gathered for me and put them in my trunk....

Welcome Dylan Yoder

- By Dylan Yoder We’d like to introduce a new, occasional columnist, Dylan Yoder. Dylan attends Haven High as a Junior and is involved in...

Putting COVID-19 in Perspective

As we all know, the Coronavirus has recently snatched headlines around the world. More and more cases are reported each day and the virus...

What the Coronavirus means for High School Students

By Dylan Yoder Special to the Rural Messenger Kansas has officially become the first state to declare all public (in-person) schools to be suspended for the...

Voting by the party

By Dylan Yoder   In light of the current political situation at Washington, it’s very plain to see that people on both sides of the aisle...

Farm analyst urges producers to follow their business plan

    Drop in commodity markets causing anxiety for Kansas farmers   Story by: Pat Melgares MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University farm analyst says his phone has been...

Upcoming KDA Events Postponed, Cancelled

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Based on the operational and workplace guidelines for state agencies shared over the weekend, the Kansas Department of...

AG Derek Schmidt: State price-gouging law now in effect for virus-response supplies

TOPEKA – (March 13, 2020) – A Kansas price-gouging law that prohibits profiteering by raising prices on items consumers find necessary because of...

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