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Starling can fit smaller, sloping lot

houseplans image Off-site recreational vehicle parking won’t be necessary with the Starling (332-280). The plan includes an RV parking pad that could be covered, next to the garage. The Starling is designed for constructio [Read More]

Common Ground

High Plains Journal Associate Editor

The miracles of farming

By Jennifer M. Latzke “There are no miracles in agricultural production.”—Norman Borlaug March 25 would have been Norman Borlaug’s 100th birthday. And, while the father of the Green Revolution was a visionary, I must say I think on [Read More]

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Master Gardener Spring Field Day set April 27

The public is invited to attend the annual River Valley Extension Master Gardener Spring Field Day to be held April 27 at the LCL Buffalo Ranch and Heartland Museum, 431 1st Road, (Kansas Hi [Read More]



Read 2 Corinthians 12:5-10 —Psalm 121:1 (NIV) The Psalmist wrote, “I lift up my eyes to the mountains—where does my help come from?” The large advertising poster outside the church showed me that the address I had prepared would not fit this occasion. I had [Read More]

Cowboy Poetry

Conviction By Joe Kreger

Did you ever experience a white-hot August day when you were out a fixin' fence, or, maybe haulin' hay? Just make it to a shade tree, an' you'll be doin' fine. Editor's note: Joe Kreger writes from his home in Tonkawa, Oklahoma. [Read More]

Everyday Getaways

Visit the Heart of Oklahoma, home of racetrack champs

Much of central Oklahoma is like this; two lane byways wander through homey little towns such as Goldsby, Lexington, Washington, Wayne and Purcell, which make up the aptly named "Heart of Oklahoma." Traveling the Interstate, north or south, it's hard to miss the giant "See us for ANTIQUES" billboards that promise to provide over 150,000 square feet of vintage merchandise along Main Street in Purcell. But the most notable are the many uniquely different antique shops that guarantee to satisfy ... [Read More]

Junior Journal

Powerful plants meet tough tanks

Maybe you know of a playground where there are some bare spots in the grass. The cause of this is wear and tear from many feet—maybe even yours. The same thing can happen at military bases. Huge, heavy vehicles like [Read More]

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