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With Gov. Kelly’s signature, elementary students win case to make sandhill plum Kansas’ state fruit

Even with the governor physically sitting in front of them and signing the bill, Sabetha Elementary fourth-grader Seth Brumback and his fellow students still...

Can plant-based patties be called ‘burgers’? Not according to Kansas lawmakers.

Producers of plant-based meat may soon have to change their labels under a bill Kansas lawmakers tout as consumer protection legislation. Restaurants, however, wouldn't...

Bullish senators bugged by boll weevil bill bog down debate, but Kansas cotton ‘checkoff tax’ passes

A handful of bullish Kansas senators bugged by a proposal intended to prevent beetle infestations that could devastate cotton crops bogged down a boll...

Farm2U returns to the Kansas State Fairgrounds, teaching students where food comes from

At the Kansas State Fair's Prairie Pavilion, almost 350 third-grade students from 10 Hutchinson elementary schools filed in to learn how farmers and manufacturers...

Ag industry highlighted in Salina at 57th Annual Mid America Farm Expo

One of Salina's biggest agriculture events is back for the 57th year as the Mid America Farm Expo comes to downtown Salina this week. Taking...

K-State food scientist shares tips for spring, summer canning

MANHATTAN, Kan. —Whether you’re an experienced home-canner or just starting, Kansas State University food scientist Karen Blakeslee said doing a little food safety research...

Yoder Charter School introduces chicks into the classroom

Last week, Yoder Charter School students in kindergarten through eighth grade heard tiny peeps as their principal, Shannon Atherton, walked into the gym in...

Bulls walk down Main Street in Marquette for the second straight year

MARQUETTE — After the success of last year's event, downtown Marquette will have livestock take over its streets for another cattle auction this week. Barta...

KS lawmakers still haven’t passed wildfire relief bill for farmers and ranchers

Nearly three months after Kansas farmers and ranchers saw 160,000 acres of land burned by wildfires, the Legislature has yet to pass a bipartisan...

House eager to overhaul loan program earmarking veterinary graduates

TOPEKA — Veterinarian Anna Hickert found a home in central Kansas under a program at Kansas State University allowing graduates to work off college...
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