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WASHINGTON – Congressman Ron Estes (R-Kansas) is cosponsoring the Reopening America by Supporting Workers and Businesses Act of 2020 – legislation encouraging Americans to return to work following

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It’s a busy time for farmers in Kansas with harvest underway and hay season in full swing.

The Covid-19 pandemic has ignited a movement of consumers seeking out farmers and ranchers for more direct connections. And it all started on Rick McNary’s couch one evening in late April.


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Oxford High School congratulated Coach Kyle Green for his 200th career win as OHS Boys Basketball coach on Feb. 19. Coach Green marked the occasion with a 72-38 win against Flinthills.

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It was another trip to state a couple of weeks ago for the Mulvane Wildcats Wrestling coach Rick Langerot, one of many in his coaching career but a special one this year as he has announced his ret

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A positive influence to her peers and an active student on campus, sophomore Hope Strader was recently named Cowley College’s March Student of the Month.


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Perennial Herbs, Part 1

Gann’s Garden

Stay At Home Gardening

Winners Wisdom

Negative Bias


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Dear Dave,

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I have long believed that the world belongs to the man or woman who is willing to make a decision and stick with it.

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Dear Rusty: I am a 68-year-old retired male and had planned on waiting to collect Social Security benefits beginning at age 70. My wife is currently 53 years old.


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Roger Ernest Foltz, 69, died on May 23, 2020 in Santa Fe, NM. Born on June 10, 1950 in Wichita, KS to Gordon Edward Foltz and Opal Isabel Kehl Foltz,

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Bruce (Jimmy) E. Applegate passed away Saturday, May 30, 2020 at his residence in Wellington, Kansas at the age of 92. He was born the son of George F. Applegate and Christine E.

Ray F. Lacey, 92, of Udall, Kansas, born September 17, 1927, passed away Monday morning, June 1, 2020 at his home.

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