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Farm Operations Cost Fall

A new government report shows the cost of operating a Kansas farm fell slightly in 2010. Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service reports that statewide farm expenditures totaled $11.7 billion last year, down 2.4 percent from 2009. Those expenses translate to an average of nearly $179,000 per farm in 2010, compared with $183,000 the year before. The decline in expenditures came despite ... Read More »

Harvest Estimates Fall

Marshall, Washington, and Nemaha Counties are three of the most fortunate counties in Kansas when it comes to harvest. The latest government forecast of the size of the Kansas fall harvest paints an even more dismal picture than last month‘s estimate. Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service is now projecting: corn production in the state at 451.5 million bushels, or 22 percent ... Read More »

Unemployment Rates Fall

Unemployment has fallen in Marshall, Washington, and Nemaha Counties in December.  Marshal County fell from 4.7 percent to 4.3 percent.  Washington County fell to 3.8 percent down from 4.2 percent in November.  Nemaha County was 3.3 percent in December down from 3.7 percent in November.  The Kansas Unemployment rate fell from 6.7 percent in November to 6.4 percent in December.  ... Read More »

SCC Welcomes Global UGRAD Fellows

Three new international students are on the Beatrice Campus of Southeast Community College, thanks to the U.S. Department of State’s Global Undergraduate Exchange Program in Eurasia and Central Asia. Enrolled for SCC’s Fall Quarter through Global UGRAD are Tamar Chubabria from Georgia, Parviz Jamalov from Tajikistan and Farid Tuayev from Azerbaijan. Dr. Tom Cardwell, dean of student services at SCC, ... Read More »

KU tops 30,000 again, enrolls most diverse student body ever

LAWRENCE — Fall enrollment at the University of Kansas exceeded 30,000 students for the second year in a row, according to data released today. ACT scores for the incoming freshman class averaged 24.7, the second highest score for an incoming class at KU. The highest average composite score was 24.8 in 2008. Notably, five new KU students — four from ... Read More »