John Schlageck writes for the Kansas Farm Bureau.

American farmers adapting to change

Without question, agricultural research is one of the most vital investments we can make to feed our increasing population and …Read More

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Oscar Campa Limo Lights Fundraiser!

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John Schlageck writes for the Kansas Farm Bureau.

RX farmers

File this under the heading of, who would have ever thunk it? What I’m referring to is the notion that …Read More

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Lindsborg Kiwanis “Spaghetti Supper” set for Saturday

LINDSBORG, KS — The Lindsborg Santa Lucia Festival annual public “Spaghetti Supper” sponsored by the Lindsborg Kiwanis Club will be …Read More

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John Schlageck writes for the Kansas Farm Bureau.

Meatless Mondays? Forget about it

Eliminate meat from my diet? No way. Just the thought of it leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Be …Read More

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Acoustic Eidolon in Arts Infusion Residency with public performance

(Salina, KS 12-14) Acoustic Eidolon, otherwise known as Joe Scott and Hannah Alkire, will be joined this month by Celtic …Read More

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Joe Nichols to perform at Stiefel Theatre April 3rd

The Stiefel Theatre announced Monday that CMA & ACM award winner JOE NICHOLS will perform on Friday, April 3rd at …Read More

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Huelskamp on Adoption: Give a Child Hope and a Home

What does your congressman have in common with Little Couple stars Bill Klein and Dr. Jennifer Arnold, Scandal’s and Grey …Read More

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MORAN: Giving thanks for blessings as Kansans, Americans

By U.S. Sen. JERRY MORAN, R-Kan. As Americans celebrate Thanksgiving this week, families and friends come together to reflect, give …Read More

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John Schlageck writes for the Kansas Farm Bureau.

Kansas farmers risk all they have to feed the world

Travel out to the fields of Kansas during November and you’ll see farmers wrapping up fall harvest. Combines chomp through …Read More

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Starplex Cinemas: All showtimes still available

Starplex Cinemas Tammy Kromer, General Manager There has been confusion regarding rather or not we are sold out to several …Read More

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Kansas – It’s All in How You See It

Explore the challenges and rewards of wildlife and travel photography, Thursday, November 20, at 7:30 pm in Room 229 of …Read More

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Bryan Welch, progressive publisher and this year’s speaker at the Kansas Rural Conference

By: David Norlin Bryan Welch, progressive publisher and this year’s speaker at the Kansas Rural Conference and organizer of numerous …Read More

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John Schlageck writes for the Kansas Farm Bureau.

Shop wisely when you stock your shelves

While many shoppers are feeling the pinch of price increases, there’s a way today’s smart, frugal shoppers can save money …Read More

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Plenty of Fun and Games at Candy Canes and Airplanes

Plenty of Fun and Games at Candy Canes and Airplanes You better watch out, You better not shout, You better …Read More

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Roberts: Message from Kansas voters was loud and clear

On Election Day, the people of Kansas spoke loud and clear. Kansas stood up and said enough. Enough of the …Read More

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Breakfast with Santa!

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Moran’s Memo: Honoring All Who Served

By Senator Jerry Moran  On Veterans Day, Americans gather to remember and celebrate the selfless acts of those who served …Read More

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Orman: The courage of staying positive

This is not a post-mortem piece on what went wrong or could have gone better. I am only going to …Read More

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John Schlageck writes for the Kansas Farm Bureau.

Brothers in arms and family ties

Nov. 11 this nation will once again celebrate Veteran’s Day. While I’m a veteran myself, the first person I think …Read More

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Teachers union offers statement on 2014 election

As we do each election cycle, Kansas public school teachers who are members of KNEA gathered in committees across the …Read More

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Big First Tea Party endorses Roberts

Though The Big First Tea Party endorsed Dr. Milton Wolf for Senate in the GOP primary, we are honored to …Read More

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Moran: This November, Americans can fix the Senate

By Sen. JERRY MORAN ​When high school civics classes visit Washington and observe the daily operation of the United States …Read More

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Open House at Hays Academy of Hair

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Professors’ pumpkin-carving project helps college students learn patience

SALINA — It’s a tradition that dates back to the 19th century — carving jack-o’-lanterns. Now, it’s a teaching tool …Read More

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John Schlageck writes for the Kansas Farm Bureau.

In praise of hunting

During the early days of our country, settlers hunted out of necessity. While farming and trading provided them with a …Read More

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OPINION: Starve The Beast

By Bart Allen This election, Saline County voters will be asked to approve the construction of a Criminal Justice Complex …Read More

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Presbyterian Manor announces 34th annual soup supper.

Salina Presbyterian Manor will host its 34th annual soup supper event on Friday, October 24th, from 4:30 to 7:00pm at …Read More

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