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Though light pruning and removal of dead wood are fine this time of year, more severe pruning should be left until spring. Consider pruning to be “light” if 10% of less of the plant is removed. Dead wood does not count in this calculation. Keep in mind that even light pruning of spring-bloom…

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Before the Lanning Picnics were held at Sycamore Springs, for many years they were in a woodland clearing called Miller’s Grove which was off to the west of present-day Dewberry Road north of Morrill, KS. along the north bank of Pony Creek approximately between present-day 310th & 320th …

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We are enjoying some of the most beautiful autumn weather possible. The tree leaves are turning and fall flowers are colorful and pumpkins are showing up on porches, decks, and by mailboxes to serve as decorations until Thanksgiving.

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When you look into the mirror, what do you see? How do you feel about yourself? Do you have a good self-image or a bad one? How about your self-esteem? How you see yourself will have an impact on your life in Christ; if you don’t like who you are for any reason you will not believe for anyth…

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We are one week into the freshly-minted NFL season, and everything is going to plan for the Kansas City Chiefs, thus far. The defending Super Bowl champs easily dispatched the Houston Texas last Thursday night by a score of 34-20 in a game that was not nearly as close as the two-score differ…

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Fall is the season when most horse owners should think of how they can improve their horse pastures for the coming year. Some pastures might have been managed well and others not, depending on their management efforts. Horse pasture improvement and renovation requires some time and patience.…