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May I be blunt? Our obsession, loyalty and misguided trust in a college education has some heavy unintended consequences that are helping to strip our local communities of their viability while financially burdening our children. Two generations ago obtaining your…

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Recently, I had the opportunity to visit with Larry Brake , Manager of the Mid-Kansas Coop location in Abilene. We visited about recent trends in the agriculture economy, services provided by Mid Kansas Cooperative, GMO’s, fuel prices, and related topics….

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Kansans love to talk about the weather. This past week, the temperature has been extremely spring-like for the middle of February. Some are hoping that the plants don’t start to emerge only to be frozen at some point in the…

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