Self-absorbed. It’s all about me. I am the center of the universe. All these words come to mind when I see today’s endless stream of motorists talking, Tweeting, Snapchatting and
Whether it’s gathering cattle in a pasture, sorting cows in a pen or roping calves during branding time, horses are an important tool of the trade for many ranchers. These
University of Missouri Extension rural safety and health specialist Karen Funkenbusch said now is a good time to review safety precautions for grain bins with farm workers and family members.
Several Ellsworth students attended Monday night’s school board meeting with a prototype of a sign they plan to install at four intersections near Ellsworth Junior/Senior High School. The 30- x
CLAFLIN — Superintendent Greg Clark related some eye-opening statistics on risk factors faced by Central Plains district students Monday during the monthly meeting of the USD 112 board of education
ON THE FARM AND IN THE CITY Grain prices mostly down for the week Prices paid for grain at the Ellsworth Co-op at the end of the business day, Monday,
In the Gospel lesson for this week for those of us using the Revised Common Lectionary, Luke 15:1-10, we find the parables of the Lost Sheep and the Lost Coin.
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