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This has been a rough year for crops like soybeans. The Marshall County Soybean Plot is located in the driest part of the county, but we plan on holding the 2012 Marshall County Soybean Plot Tour. The Marshall County Extension Service, in cooperation with Lynn Bargmann of Bremen, will be holding a tour of the Marshall County Soybean Plot on …

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CMH Celebrates National Hospital Week

(Marysville, KS) – Community Memorial Healthcare (CMH) invites patients, families and constituents to join them in celebrating National Hospital Week, May 6-12. Celebrated since 1921, National Hospital Week is a time dedicated to reinforcing the valuable contributions hospitals make in communities across the nation. According to the Kansas Hospital Association (KHA), 127 community hospitals in Kansas annually staff nearly 10,000 …

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Long Term Care Insurance Discussion: Knowledge at Noon

“Long Term Care Insurance: What you need to know” will be the program at Knowledge at Noon on Thursday, March 1st.  The program will introduce attendees to long-term care and help them understand the need to plan for changing health and independence as we age.  The program will highlight how the potential costs of long-term care and their financial impact.  …

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Kansas Farm Bureau Endorses Moran

The State’s largest agriculture advocacy organization, the Kansas Farm Bureau, late last week gave First District Kansas Congressman Jerry Moran it endorsement for his campaign for the U.S. Senate. Ottawa County grain farmer and Kansas Farm Bureau President Steve Baccus said of Congressman Moran, “Kansas farmers and ranchers have no more vocal and effective champion than Jerry Moran.” Adding, “We …

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Harvest Begins Locally

The Wednesday-Thursday hot-hot weather made a giant impact on the progress of the fledgling wheat harvest in Kansas. #1… It has jolted the anemic effort going on in the South Central part of the state into high gear and #2… The harvest-perfect weather has tempted more than just a handful of local producers to bring in their first tentative loads …

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Closing Guantanamo Bay Could Impact Kansas

President Barack Obama has ordered the closure of the detention facility at the Guantanamo Bay Naval base before the end of the year. That’s got a lot of Kansans nervous because there is a great deal of speculation that Ft. Leavenworth, in the northeastern part of the state, will be the new home for the 250 detainees currently housed at …

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