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  • 20 Recipes to Try in September

    By Kansas Living on August 27, 2019

    It's fall - it's time for comfort meals, easy casseroles and football games. Try these recipes this month! 1. One-Pot American Goulash A Simple Pantry 2. Cheeseburger Stuffed Jumbo Pasta Shells...

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    The Case of the GMO Papaya

    By Sheridan Wimmer on August 9, 2019

    We rely a lot on technology. Our phones are constantly with us, our vehicles are equipped with features that help keep us safe and many of us utilize computers to get our jobs done in an efficient...

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  • Kids Craft: Button Pumpkin

    By Mandy Beyeler on August 8, 2019

    YOU WILL NEED: Cardstock or empty picture frame Orange buttons Orange marker Green construction paper Tacky glue STEPS: 1. Draw a pumpkin and color it in. This way if there are spaces between...

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    Summer Tomatoes

    By Linda Ditch on August 8, 2019

    Perhaps the greatest gift of summer is the tomato. This is the only time of year I will buy them, since I know they will be full of flavor. This red globe of goodness is the primary reason I go to my...

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  • Saving for College: 4 Essential Strategies

    By Farm Bureau Financial Services on August 8, 2019

    Planning for college—it’s an exciting time in your child’s life. If you have a son or daughter heading to college, it’s a good idea to plan early. College tuition and fees currently cost anywhere...

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  • Kansas Farm Bureau's Health Care Benefit

    By Greg Doering on August 8, 2019

    Most Kansans don’t have to worry about where they get their health insurance. It’s either a job perk or they have access to coverage through the government. More than 80 percent of the state’s...

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  • A Pumpkin Patch In Kansas You Don't Want to Miss

    By Rick McNary on August 8, 2019

    Tim and Jamie Kaminkow of Moundridge have a great marriage, two beautiful daughters, and had good jobs. They consider themselves fortunate, but they wanted just one more thing: to work together each...

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  • The Colors of the Rainbow in Your Diet

    By Sheridan Wimmer on August 8, 2019

    Legend has it at the end of a rainbow is a pot of gold. We won’t tell you what to believe, but if you are searching for the pot of gold, be sure you’re getting the right nutrition by keeping the...

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  • Sheet Pan Dinner Success

    By Chef Alli on August 8, 2019

    Sheet pan meals are wonderful because you use one pan and they are pretty hands-off . You can easily orchestrate a wholesome and flavorful meal without much fuss at all. Here are five tips for...

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  • High School Trap Shooting Teams

    By Greg Doering on August 8, 2019

    Even a 20 mph wind wasn’t enough to completely muffle the shotgun report on an early April morning. From inside the clubhouse at Sportsman’s Acres near Milford Lake in Geary County, the muted sounds...

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