• Father and Daughter Baking

    Homemade Dough and Tea Ring

    By Kansas Living on August 29, 2018

    These recipes were orginally shared at the 2018 Kansas State Fair by Melanie, a farm wife from western Kansas who loves to bake. Ever have the urge to bake something from scratch? Well we have...

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    Fabric Kansas Banner

    By Mandy Beyeler on August 29, 2018

    This project was shared by Sugar Bee Crafts at the 2018 Kansas State Fair. Supplies needed: White fabric (desired size of banner)  Patterned fabric Dowel rod  Fabric glue Hot glue Paint...

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  • Kids Craft: Colorful Corn Wreaths

    By Mandy Beyeler on August 17, 2018

    Nothing says “fall” quite like the sound of rustling leaves on corn stalks as you drive through the countryside or enjoy a local corn maze. Bring that feeling to your home with this kid-friendly...

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  • Where to invest money after maxing out your 401(k)

    By Farm Bureau Financial Services on August 17, 2018

    Are you looking for ways to keep building your investment portfolio outside of your 401(k)? Here are some options you may want to consider. TRADITIONAL OR ROTH IRA If you qualify based on your...

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  • Drive-In Theaters in Kansas

    By Kansas Living on August 17, 2018

    Next time you’re looking for an adventure the whole family can be a part of, find a drive-in movie theater near you. SOUTH DRIVE-IN DODGE CITY 1019 East McArtor Road This is the oldest operating...

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  • The Perfect Seat

    By Leigh Ann Maurath on August 17, 2018

    Each summer weekend, cars line up outside the fenced area just as the sun sets. The metal legs of the movie screen show signs of wear but boast a grandeur size. The red “Kanopolis Drive-In” sign...

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  • Keep Your Mind in Mind

    By Sheridan Wimmer on August 17, 2018

    These days, we all have a lot on our plates (pun intended). Kids, work, relationships, finances and curveballs in life can take a toll on our health — both physically and emotionally. While physical...

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  • Delicious Dutch-Oven Recipes

    By Chef Alli on August 17, 2018

    When you hear the words “Dutch oven,” do you automatically think of campfire cooking? Many do, and when we need that kind of support out in the wilderness, it’s a superb vessel for feeding the crew...

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  • Resiliency & Rabbits

    By Kate Hagans on August 17, 2018

    It’s September and you’re in the middle of Kansas. It’s likely a warm day and as you near the entrance, the smell of fried food invites you in. There are exhibit halls, birthing barns, amusement...

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    Waiting on the Rain

    By Kelsey Pagel on August 15, 2018

    August is here and as many prepare to head back to school we are working hard to get things done before fall arrives. Most of the summer, farmers act like squirrels—we work hard to gather what we’ll...

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