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Commodities will be available to Wakefield families this weekend. On Saturday, October 16, volunteers will begin distributing commodities at 9 a.m. from Scanolli’s, 306 Dogwood Street, Wakefield.
Area residents and business owners located in North Central Kansas are invited to attend a free informational session on succession planning. The session will be October 28 in Washington, Kansas, at 101 C Street in the basement of First National Bank from 6 to 8 p.m.
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After about a month into fall harvest 2021, area farmers and elevator staff continue to work day and night bringing in the corn, soybeans and grain sorghum or milo. The minimal weekend rains were welcomed and didn’t really keep farmers out of the harvest fields for too long.
Most farmers are analytical by nature. Identifying and solving problems happens every day in the life of a farmer. Setting and accomplishing goals of what needs to be completed in a day’s work is a tangible way to see results. Along with a higher calf crop, reducing debt and increasing net w…
It could certainly be called the end of an era in Clay County when an estimated 200 or more people turned out for the auction of the Noffsinger Veterinary Hospital on Saturday, Sept. 11. The auction included the buildings and land as well as equipment and other items Dr. Clifford Noffsinger …
Clint Decker's "Hope for Today" column has appeared on the Friday Church Page of The Dispatch for many years. The monthly or twice-a-month column now appears in the The Dispatch on Mondays.Born in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Decker was raised in a pastor’s home and is the youngest of four children. …
Over the years, when I was teaching about nature and the environment, at various contests my students were asked to find plants that had a rosette. Sometimes they were simply asked to bring back a specimen from an area and identify it by matching it to a name on a list. Common mullein was a…
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Next in the lineage of the Wolff Sisters was Ida Belle. She had been married to Thomas Bentley in 1902 and they were the parents of two children: Alethea and Jessie. Mr. Bentley disappeared from the home in the summer of 1919 and no trace was ever found of him. Jessie died of pneumonia …