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    Quiz: Antibiotics in your meat: Trick or Treat?

    By Sheridan Wimmer on August 23, 2017

    Find out the truth about antibiotics in the meat you buy for your family. Take the quiz here! Loading...(function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){var ql=document.querySelectorAll('A[quiz],DIV[quiz],A[data-quiz],DIV[...

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    Less Stress Back-to-School Lunches

    By Cara Harbstreet on August 22, 2017

    With children across the state heading back to school, the first few weeks can be wrought with emotion. Excitement, of course, but also stress, anxiety or worry about everything that needs to be done...

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    Agriculture and climate change

    By Hannah Becker on August 15, 2017

    Pick up any newspaper, tune into any radio station, click on any of the latest headlines and you’ll notice everyone’s talking climate change. In politics, religion, education, science and even...

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    Financial FUNdamentals

    By Kansas Living on August 9, 2017

    You don't need to create formal lesson plans to teach kids about money. Everyday activities - such as playing store, doling out an allowance, shopping for groceries and buying a piggy bank - can...

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  • Sky High

    By John Schlageck on August 8, 2017

    During the fall of 2016, Jeremiah Nicholson introduced drones to the family farm and ranch business. He’s part of a growing number of farmers who use what started as military aviation technology to...

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    Summer hydration

    By Cara Harbstreet on August 8, 2017

    Summer brings with it hot and steamy days. When the heat index soars into the triple digits, it’s more important than ever to consider hydration. Whether you’re working long days outside or hammering...

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    No Paine, no gain

    By Leigh Ann Maurath on August 8, 2017

    Twenty-four-year-old Luke Paine doesn’t always play by the rules. He has defied many odds and, as a result, has a story for the books.   “It really is a remarkable story,” says Mark Paine, Luke’s...

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    Delicious Sweet Corn Tips

    By Chef Alli on August 8, 2017

    Tell me what's better than a tender ear of sweet corn, slathered with sweet cream butter, salt and pepper. I anxiously watch for the first signs of a sweet corn crop every summer, hoping my local...

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    7 Things Good Cooks Do

    By Chef Alli on August 8, 2017

      1. Do the 10-second tidy (often)   Cleaning your work space as you go makes cooking of any sort much less daunting. If you wind up with mounds and mounds of dirty dishes at the end of each...

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  • The Replacements

    By Karen Hanson on August 7, 2017

    We all enjoy sugar, butter and salt, but these foods can wreak havoc on your nutrition goals. Not to mention, some ingredient swaps are necessary for people with special dietary needs due to food...

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