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The past couple of weeks I had the privilege of attending several Farm Bureau events in person — Big Tent Reunions, Summer Summit and Young Farmers and Ranchers Leaders Conference — without masks, and it was awesome. This isn’t a statement about restrictions, masks or vaccinations, it is a s…

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The sight of equipment moving down the road can be an awesome sight. It’s also one that can be nerve wracking for the equipment operator and those who meet that equipment on the roadway.

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MANHATTAN – The Fourth of July may be a fun and noisy celebration for many people, but a Kansas State University veterinarian says not the case for some pets.

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“It is a truth universally accepted that a farmer in want of good conversation must remark on the weather.” For anyone who is not a fan of Jane Austen, I should explain that the previous statement is a bit of a play on the opening of her famous novel “Pride & Prejudice.”

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Summer is here! The kids completed their last day of school and have officially reported for summer duty as farm kids. During a recent breakfast conversation, my family sat down to identify some goals for this summer. The kids want to bake cupcakes, ride their bikes, go fishing and visit som…

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The uncertainty of tomorrow is one of the biggest sources of financial stress and anxiety for couples during the COVID-10 pandemic. Megan McCoy, Kansas State University professor of practice in personal financial planning, wants to help with a new financial therapy digital tool called MoneyT…

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We continue to learn more about the protective role that regular physical activity plays in prevention and management of almost all chronic diseases, including cancer.

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Many Christian denominations observe specific seasons throughout the year, such as Lent, Advent, Easter and Christmas, with Easter and Christmas being whole seasons of related feasts, not just a single day celebration. The rest of the year is called “ordinary time.” With the feast of Penteco…