• Tim Gogolski, Gogo's Bees

    The Bee's Knees

    By Rick McNary on November 24, 2015

    Tim Gogolski flips through the brittle pages of the pages of the 1952 Beeware Catalog addressed to his grandfather, Bernard. Tim now refreshes his family’s history of beekeeping in his new business...

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  • Turkey paperbag puppets

    Turkey puppets

    By Sugar Bee Crafts Kids Crew on November 13, 2015

    Grab your little turkeys and make these easy paper bag puppets with items you already have around the house.

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  • Winter Pet Care

    By Dr. Susan Nelson on November 13, 2015

    For many of us, winter weather often means adding a few extra layers and taking special precautions to keep the cold temperatures away. Dr. Susan Nelson, a veterinarian who serves on Kansas State...

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  • Have a Holly, Historic Holiday

    By Sheridan Wimmer on November 12, 2015

    Excitement is in the air as the holidays approach. But with so much hustle and bustle that comes with the season — decorating, cooking, buying gifts, and traveling to visit loved ones — it can be a ...

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  • Candy Sleighs

    November 12, 2015

    Just as we depend on Santa to deliver holiday gifts, farmers and ranchers work hard daily as we depend on them for the food we eat. You Will Need: 2 candy canes 10 assorted HERSHEY’S Miniatures...

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  • Delicious Recipes Using Holiday Leftovers

    By Leah Fliter on November 12, 2015

    Thanksgiving and Christmas often feature big meals that leave us with some tasty leftovers. Hy-Vee registered dietician Karen Hanson offers some recipes and nutrition tips that will take you beyond...

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  • group enjoying Thanksgiving dinner

    The Crowd Pleaser

    By Chef Alli on November 11, 2015

    Preparing a meal for the holidays may seem overwhelming, but with these five tips and the recipes to follow, a large holiday gathering can truly be a joyous event. 1. Have a written plan. Then...

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  • Rosemary Cardamom Twisters

    Rising Wheat

    By Sheridan Wimmer on November 11, 2015

    My grandma always made homemade rolls at holiday gatherings growing up. I remember the smell as the dough rose, the kids waiting impatiently for supper to be ready. We’d slather on butter but really...

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  • Farmer Fame Maker

    By Meagan Cramer on November 10, 2015

    Few people can say they’re a “farmer fame maker,” but nationally published photographer Scott Stebner is proud to add this distinction to his life’s accomplishments. While working on a book project,...

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  • Hudson Cream

    By John Schlageck on November 9, 2015

    Gleaming elevators tower above the wheat fields of the Kansas prairie at Stafford County Flour Mills. The silos are the same color as the mill’s rich white flour. Located in the village of Hudson —...

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