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Healthy People 2030 outlines objectives for communities

K-State professor encourages focus on local priorities MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Americans’ interest in healthy lifestyles got a boost in late 2020 when the U.S. Department...

Tips for keeping food safe during a power outage

K-State food scientist says when in doubt, throw it out MANHATTAN, Kan. – While much of Kansas and the Midwest have been spared so far...

People really love their houseplants!

People really love their houseplants! Some are easier to care for than others but we are always willing to give growing them a try....

Study: Obesity contributed to negative health impacts during early part of pandemic

K-State nutrition expert cites study that gives further support to maintaining             healthy lifestyle MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University...

K-State’s Winter Ranch Management series set for late January, February

Sessions focus on nutrition and vaccine management MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State University officials have announced that the annual Winter Ranch Management series, slated to...

Breeding tips for fall calving cows

K-State experts emphasize the importance of housing and good ground for wintertime breeding MANHATTAN, Kan. — While icy winter mornings can be slick for people...

Kansas Profile – Now That’s Rural: Catherine Moyer, Pioneer Communications

Customer service. That was the role which began one young woman’s career in telecommunications. Now she is leading that same company which is serving...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter – #2

ORNAMENTALS Caddo Sugar Maples Sugar maples often have significant problems with our Kansas weather. Our hot, often dry summers and windy conditions can shorten the life...

More ‘Living Well Together’ free online seminars offered

Cutting clutter, vaccinations, personal wellness among upcoming topics MANHATTAN, Kan. – K-State Research and Extension is offering weekly one-hour virtual Living Well Together programs, designed...

Groups aim to improve Native American access to healthy foods

Kansas Tribal Food Systems encourages ‘health for all’ MANHATTAN, Kan. – A coalition of health-conscious tribal members and other groups is laying the foundation for...
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Jerry Griffis

Jerry Griffis, 87, of McPherson, KS, passed away Sunday, January 10, 2021, at Angel Arms, McPherson. Arrangements are with Stockham Family Funeral Home, McPherson. www.stockhamfamily.com.

Quentin James Richert

Quentin James Richert, 66, of McPherson, KS, passed away on Tuesday, January 12, 2021, at Salina Regional Health Center, Salina, KS. Stockham Family Funeral Home,...

Soil Health U & Trade Show will go Virtual Jan 21

DODGE CITY, KS-According to the High Plains Journal due to local ongoing health and safety concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in the state, High...

Choosing the Right Houseplants

Just like garden plants, houseplants have specific growing requirements. Success with growing plants indoors starts with knowing the conditions of locations in your home...

Healthy People 2030 outlines objectives for communities

K-State professor encourages focus on local priorities MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Americans’ interest in healthy lifestyles got a boost in late 2020 when the U.S. Department...