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Jennifer M Latzke

Jennifer M Latzke

Time to revive the Clean Plate Club

By Jennifer M. Latzke “You sit there, young lady, and don’t you move until that plate is clean. You hear me?” Oh, I heard her. And no matter how much I begged and bargained, there was no budging Mom when it c [Read More]

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Ken Root

Ken Root

Still learning at OSU with Alpha Gamma Rho reunion

By Ken Root I attended a college fraternity reunion this past weekend to reacquaint myself with the boys, now retirement age men, from Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR) at Oklahoma State Univ [Read More]

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Trent Loos

Trent Loos

'Sailing away' with the food facts

By Trent Loos You may find this hard to believe, but I am not really a rock concert kind of guy. With that said, I have now been to two rock concerts in the past week. Styx, the band, is very much still alive an [Read More]

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Sara Wyant

Sara Wyant

Farm and rural advocates find new terms of engagement

By Sara Wyant Editor’s note: Agri-Pulse Editorial Coordinator Ann Mueller contributed to this piece. For decades, anyone who wanted to be involved as an advocate for farm a [Read More]

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Greg Wolf

Greg Wolf

High cotton

By Greg Wolfe My family and I just returned from a quick trip to West Texas and enjoyed looking at their cotton crop. But that isn’t what prompted this column. Instead, I’ve been thinking about the old expression “high cotton.” This is a saying that is symb [Read More]

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Holly Martin

Holly Martin

By Holly Martin For quite some time, European countries have been the clear indicator of the direction of trends in North America. From skinny jeans and man scarves to trends on[Read More]

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Jennifer Carrico

Jennifer Carrico

By Jennifer Carrico Duplicating high-quality lean beef may be a faster process, thanks to researchers at West Texas A&M Un[Read More]

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Doug Rich

Doug Rich

By Doug Rich Lavender was not their first choice, but it turned out to be the best choice for Jack and Kathy Wilson. They started the Washington Creek Lavender farm in 2005 afte[Read More]

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Larry Dreiling

Larry Dreiling

By Larry Dreiling The Rural Mainstreet Index moved to its lowest level in almost two years, according to the August survey of bank CEOs in rural areas of a 10-state region dependent on agricu[Read More]

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Kylene Scott

Kylene Scott

By Kylene Scott The pastures are finally green and lush after a winter’s worth of snow or spring and summer rains. Grass shortened by a stifling drought is now startin[Read More]

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Jerry Nine

Jerry Nine

By Jerry Nine (Aug. 27)—To the west of Woodward, about 50 miles, we were very fortunate to get that much needed rain, which grew a lot of grass and cane. However, lately with the heat and I guess[Read More]

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SeymourKlierly

SeymourKlierly

By Seymour Klierly Fall typically brings tailgating, trash talking and hard nose fights on the field. As the college football season kicks off, most eyes are on Florida State, Alabama, Oklahoma and Oregon as the early leaders to make the first[Read More]

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Ray Ridlen

Ray Ridlen

By Ray Ridlen There is a tendency in late summer to ease up on maintaining the lawn. Some will be cutting back on mowing, watering, fertilizing and generally let their lawn go. While there may be reasons for cutting back on watering, your lawn[Read More]

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