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Wildfires across Texas, Oklahoma turn the Plains to ashes

As reported in the High Plains Journal, once again, wildfires have blazed their way across the Plains, scorching everything in their path. High winds,...

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...

Kansas bill would allow firework sales year-round, ‘We are losing a lot of revenue’

Kansas lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow firework sales year-round, a move that could help small businesses and the state's coffers collect...

Hospice & HomeCare of Reno County Named as Prestigious 2021 HHCAHPS HONORS Recipient Hutchinson, Ks, January 12, 2021. — Hospice & HomeCare of Reno County...

New Years “Healthcare” Resolutions can have a lasting positive effect

Small lifestyle changes today can have lasting impact on improving one’s health, and American Medical Association (AMA) President Dr. Gerald E. Harmon, M.D. reminds...

Historic Rice County Jail transformed into The Slammer, an Airbnb and escape room

Jail cells line the second floor of a bright, vintage-looking home. During years past, sheriffs of Rice County and their families lived on the...

Continued support offered for storm-ravaged Kentucky

As reported in High Plains Journal, in the days since the devastating storms marched across Kentucky, more has been learned about the lives lost...

30 x 30, Biden’s sweeping land conservation plan confuses, frustrates Kansas lawmakers

If you're confused about President Joe Biden's 30 x 30 initiative, you're not alone. State legislators, officials with the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks,...

Kansas deer hunters: get free testing for chronic wasting disease

Kansas hunters can again get their deer tested for chronic wasting disease for free. The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks announced Wednesday that deer...

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