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As I have told you in previous installments of history mysteries, E. N. Morrill was considered to be an individual of high intelligence with a strong desire to learn. Leaving the previously mentioned information aside did you know that Major E. N. Morrill also wrote a book about Brown County…

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As I have told you in previous installments of history mysteries, E. N. Morrill was considered to be an individual of high intelligence with a strong desire to learn. Leaving the previously mentioned information aside did you know that Major E. N. Morrill also wrote a book about Brown County…

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Be sure to check out the Brown County Free Fair in Horton, KS on July 8-13. A schedule of events can be found on our website: http://www.brown.k-state.edu/ along with this year’s Fairbook. Speaking of Fairbook’s be sure to check out the open class section to see what you can enter in the fai…

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As summer approaches and the temperatures outside continue to rise, so does the possibility that scammers impersonating your utility company are going to show up at your doorstep or call over the phone.

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We are hoping the 4th of July will be its typical hot day in Highland. Lots of activities are planned throughout the day and evening. If you have not made a donation to Roger Gormley, or leave it at the Bank of Highland, it's not too late to do so to cover costs of the fireworks and other ev…

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“Let’s Get Salty” – Matthew 5:13

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Next year’s strawberry crop will be affected by what you do to this year’s strawberry bed. The sooner after harvest the patch is cleaned up, fertilized and irrigated, if possible, the better the chance of getting a good crop next year. One of the main goals in renovation is to provide a high…

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The Memorial Auditorium was erected in 1920 to honor of Veterans who fought in the Spanish American War, the Civil War and World War I. The auditorium owned by the City of Hiawatha and financed through a “general obligations bond.”