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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

Beyond 'Flanders Fields'

By Jennifer M. Latzke I grew up surrounded by military veterans who had left the wheat fields of Kansas to fight on the battlefields of foreign lands. They made up the 40 percent of the American military who historically hails from [Read More]

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Ken Root

Ken Root

The fall of the wall

By Ken Root I don’t want anyone to ever forget the Berlin Wall. It imprisoned a nation and held Eastern Europe in poverty and dismay for 45 years. The Allied Forces won World War II by sacrificing millions of lives only to elevate Russia f [Read More]

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Trent Loos

Trent Loos

Crock-Pot festival in Kentucky

By Trent Loos Crock-Pot weekend has just concluded for Team Loos in Louisville, Kentucky, at the 41st annual North American International Livestock Exposition. As a testament to the true family atmosphere of this event, [Read More]

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

Roberts headed back to Senate Ag Committee, no plans to reopen farm bill

By Sara Wyant In a series of hard-fought midterm election battles, Republicans won control of the Senate by securing major re-election [Read More]

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Greg Wolf

Greg Wolf

Health care

I am being intentional about the title of this column and would like to conclude with why I am using the words “health care” in contrast with the more contemporary “healthcare.” I would like to touch first some considerations relating to the Affordable Care [Read More]

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Holly Martin

Holly Martin

By Holly Martin I’m writing this at 9 a.m. on Election Day. I earned my sticker. I do not know who won, but I can’t help but feel I need to wash my hands to get the political campaign stink off. Instead of feeling refreshed in[Read More]

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

By Jennifer Carrico The Atlas winter storm of 2013 is one many South Dakota ranchers won’t soon forget, but with the generosity of farmers and ranchers from other pa[Read More]

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Doug Rich

Doug Rich

By Doug Rich Historical paleoclimates—climates that occurred before instrumental weather measurements were available—may hold the key to planning for future weather events, such as droughts in the High Plain[Read More]

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

By Larry Dreiling Here we go again with our biennial view of the recent election. Republicans gained control of the U.S. Senate. That was expected. What’s expected now is that majo[Read More]

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Kylene Scott

Kylene Scott

By Kylene Scott For rodeo athletes, both animal and human, proper physical care is important. And for the horses at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo, a special tea[Read More]

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

By Jerry Nine (Nov. 12)—The Northwest Oklahoma Cattleman’s Association had its all-breed heifer and cow sale at Woodward on Tuesday. The sale had a nice set of black, 4- and 5-year-old cows, 6- to 8-months bred that broug[Read More]

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SeymourKlierly

SeymourKlierly

By Seymour Klierly After multiple elections where Republicans were in a position to regain the majority in the United State Senate, the campaign banners of “Fire Harry Reid” can finally be shelved. T[Read More]

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Ray Ridlen

Ray Ridlen

By Ray Ridlen Continue to mow fescue as needed at 2 ½ inches and water during dry conditions. Fertilize cool season grasses like fescue according to soil test reports. Keep falling leaves off fescue to avoid damage to the[Read More]

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