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Boat safe this summer with these top tips

With the kickoff to summer rapidly approaching, Nebraska Game and Parks reminds boaters to brush up on safety rules in preparation for peak boating...

Do you ever think about your lawn?

Do you ever think about your lawn? Turfgrass is so common in everyday life that people may not appreciate its value. Research continues to...

Wheat Scoop: K-State recommends scouting and addressing stripe rust to prevent loss of yield and quality

For audio version, visit kswheat.com. The appearance of stripe rust adds insult to injury to this year’s wheat crop, but Kansas growers should scout fields...

KU News: 2024 KU seniors honor high school teachers with Wolfe Teaching Excellence Awards

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines 2024 KU seniors honor high school teachers with Wolfe Teaching Excellence Awards LAWRENCE — Three outstanding high school...

KU News: Educational research should pinpoint anti-Black aggressions to build better policy, scholar writes

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines Educational research should pinpoint anti-Black aggressions to build better policy, scholar writes LAWRENCE — In 1974, Harvard psychiatrist...

The Harvey County Farmers Market

The Harvey County Farmers Market begins May 18! This market is a long standing tradition that began back in 1983. We are located in...

KU News: Accountability standards based on rules of democracy needed in times of rising political violence, scholar argues

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines Contact: Mike Krings, KU News Service, 785-864-8860, [email protected], @MikeKrings Accountability standards based on rules of democracy needed in...

KU News: University of Kansas receives top-five ‘Military Friendly School’ ranking

From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu Headlines University of Kansas receives top-five 'Military Friendly School' ranking LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas ranks fifth nationally...

Wheat Scoop: Wheat Crop Deteriorates Due to Lack of Moisture

Contact: Marsha Boswell, [email protected] For audio version, visit kswheat.com. April showers bring May flowers, but an April without showers brings disappointment to a wheat crop that...

Rabbits in the garden?

K-State horticulture expert gives methods for effective protection. Rabbits are a common invader of home gardens, especially when plants flower in spring. Kansas State University...
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