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Sue Horner wasn’t necessarily a greyhound fan when she started making greyhound-themed T-shirts, but she saw a need she could fill.   more
For some, spring in the air creates anticipation of digging in the soil or processing calves and turning to summer pastures. For horse lovers, spring is getting into peak riding season. more
In the contrarian spirit of fixing something when it is not broken, this recipe gives the ever-popular hummus a makeover. more
Bourbon, Cherokee and Crawford in southeast Kansas will be the showcase counties for the Big Kansas Road Trip, May 5-8.  more
TOPS KS 0599 Pittsburg, a local chapter of Take Off Pounds Sensibly, will have an Open House event on Monday, April 25 at 6 p.m. at the Homer Cole Center in Pittsburg. more
This week continues Calvin Trillin’s FRIED-CHICKEN WAR essay that appeared in the March 8, 1982, edition of The New Yorker magazine. more
While I could list big-ticket items in my home easily, I am not currently prepared to list all of my possessions in the case of a massive disaster such as a tornado, fire or even theft.   more
Think of pasta carbonara as the Italian version of chicken soup. It's humble and comforting and requires the simplest of ingredients.  more
The end of the 2021-22 school year is quickly approaching, but before it’s over Pittsburg State University still has several upcoming concert events planned.  more
Ask Tim Dawsey what his passion is and he’ll tell you he doesn’t really have one. But listen to him talk about his work at the Kansas Polymer Research Center and you will begin to sense that maybe he does. more
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