Post Tagged with: "spring"

Spring is the renewal of life

I love springtime! The warmer weather and greening of the earth consoles my soul. All the new life around seems to murmur words of hope. Flowers especially make me feel so alive and in tune with nature, their beauty offering some peace. Now I have a confession to make: The plants on my front porch are fake. I have fake […]

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Spring rains raise prospects for promising summer wheat harvest

It?s almost hard to believe that the prospect of a good wheat harvest may be less than a month away. Cool, moist spring weather seems to be building toward a potentially excellent crop year. Corn is emerging in strong stands, the potential looks good for soybean planting and the winter wheat heads are headed for maturity. With the possibility of […]

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Tabor plans athletic Spring Showcase

Tabor College will offer its athletic Spring Showcase featuring several sports teams, food and a fun from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday April 25, at various campus facilities. The event will showcase football as well as the men?s and women?s soccer teams, which have been having spring workouts. The baseball and softball teams will be playing their last regular-season […]

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‘Deflate-gate’ applies to tires as well as footballs

If 2015 has shown us anything so far, it?s that deflation can cause a frenzy, especially when it comes to footballs. Who would have thought that slightly flat footballs would become a national debate? One thing?s for sure, it?s now clear how important proper inflation is and how deflation can affect things, including your tires. ?The whole ?deflate-gate? situation helped […]

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Goessel faces $20,638 cut this spring

The Goessel school board heard during its Feb. 9 meeting about more cuts in K-12 education being proposed by Gov. Sam Brownback and the Kansas Legislature. The board heard that $20,638 likely will have to be chopped out of the current school year?s budget. That would be in addition to cuts that have already been made. Superintendent John Fast said […]

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Unexpected weather keeps us on our toes

?A year passed: winter changed into spring, spring changed into summer, summer changed back into winter, and winter gave spring and summer a miss and went straight on into autumn?.? ??Monty Python and the Holy Grail? Normally, sane people don?t equate Monty Python with anything close to reality. This year, it sounds fitting. As we all know, it?s been dry […]

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