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Worries and Routines

7/6/2020

Covid-19 concerns have added new worries for farmers and ranchers across the countryside, but there's still solace to be found in a job well done.

Ballot Measures

6/8/2020

Like everything else voting will be different in 2020. Polls will still open and operate, but it’s likely a record number of Kansans will cast their ballots early and through the mail.

Little Legacies

5/11/2020

Everyone comes from somewhere, and the most inconsequential decisions — creating a painting, choosing a desk, buying a pocket watch — become the little legacies we leave.

Rebuilding Our World

4/13/2020

Like everyone else, Kansas farmers and ranchers have seen their world turned upside down in a short amount of time.

Make It Count

3/9/2020

While the Constitution only requires a simple accounting of every living soul, the census has been used since its inception to gather other vital information about the nation’s population.

Outside the Fencerow

2/10/2020

No matter what difference you want to make, leaving your fencerow in the rearview mirror likely will have a bigger effect on you than anything else.

Sustainable Solutions

1/20/2020

farmers and ranchers in the United States are at the leading edge of reducing so-called greenhouse gas emissions from their operations.

Safe Journeys

12/23/2019

Now is the time of year when ATVs and UTVs might show up under a Christmas tree or you see something at a farm show that would fit right into your operation.

Our Ever-Better World

11/25/2019

It’s easy to conflate headlines with the actual state of humanity. It’s an understandable reaction, but it’s also a misreading of what makes news.

See You at the Ballot Box

9/30/2019

In short, November’s election is more consequential for the day-to-day lives of most Kansans than anything that happens in 2020.

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