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Increased Activity of Vector-Borne Diseases Identified in Kansas

While ticks and mosquitoes are a natural part of our environment, it is important to know that some may transmit harmful diseases. The Kansas...

Reno County Public Town Hall Meetings

Reno County has scheduled three Town Hall meetings, and we were hoping you would be able to share this information. Reno County has scheduled three...

Tips to keep tomatoes, from ‘breakers’ to ripened red

One of the simple joys of summer is access to great-tasting tomatoes. Whether grown and picked at “color break” from a home garden or bought...

Public Health Advisories for Kansas Lakes Due to Blue-Green Algae

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) have issued a public health advisory due...

Spots, spots, and more spots! 

Do you have spots in your lawn?  Hopefully not, but if you do there is an answer to at least one of the causes...

Homelessness is rising in Kansas and state lawmakers aren’t doing much to help

A bill in the Kansas Legislature would have provided millions of dollars to build homeless shelters across the state. But lawmakers let the bill...

Making an end-of-life plan is not just for the elderly

K-State extension specialist advises all adults to communicate their final wishes. When young people turn 18, new opportunities come their way, such as the ability...

Star-Spangled Grilling and Smoking Food Safety Practices Everyone Needs to Know

On July Fourth, the aroma of barbecue will fill the air as the festivities bring together family and friends to celebrate with quintessential American...

Kansas insect expert warns people to watch out for black widow, brown recluse infestations

A Kansas entomologist says summer heat is bringing two notorious spider species into greater contact with people. Kansas State University’s Jeff Whitworth commented on brown...

June is National Men’s Health Month

The old saying “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” coined by Benjamin Franklin in 1736 still holds true today when...
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