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The price of pride
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Kevin McCarthy finally claimed the House speakership after 15 embarrassing ballots, but it was a hollow and hazardous victory. By caving to the demands of his own party's hardliners, he obtained the title, but diminished its value. more
Hunting in Kansas
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This excerpt from “Frogdancer,” Arma native Frank Jeler Jr’s memoir, speaks to the affection of learning to hunt with his dad as well as  experiences that brought heartbreak and anxiety. — J.T.K.  more
New rate structure simplifies advertising
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Figuring out, budgeting for, and applying advertising rates is a full-time job. The various options, restrictions, specials, combos and deals can be mind-boggling — and that’s just for the sales rep!  more
Strategic or survival mode?
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With any new year, there are grand plans for improving health, calling important relatives more often, and so on. However, is there a plan behind that goal? The same can be asked of your operational goals. The best way to develop a plan to reach your goals is to figure out your operation’s baseline. Where is it now?  more
Reading resolutions
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There’s something about turning the calendar over to a new year that propels people to believe they also need to turn over a new leaf that will (possibly) lead to positive changes in their lives. Well, that’s all well and good but let’s face it, how long does that last?   more
January is for slow-cooking
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It's a slow-cooking time of year, which calls for a meal like this: an aromatic pot of braised short ribs, blanketed in a richly fortified sauce, exuding warmth and comfort. more
A matter of interpretation
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Interpretation is a craft that mostly goes unnoticed, but if there is no interpretation, art can’t be art.  more
Bumpy dirt roads
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“There’s a bumpy dirt road before you get to the paved road.” Rough dirt roads were part of my everyday life while growing up in the country. To get about anywhere, you first had to navigate a bumpy road before getting to the good one. more
The Bloody Benders
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My husband and I usually go out for breakfast following our Sunday Church services and this past Sunday was no different. Because we had several places we needed to go while in Parsons, we decided to eat breakfast at the restaurant across the road from the service station plaza just south of highway 400.   more
I am writing in response to the article published in your Jan. 4, 2023, newspaper in the “Looking Back” section.  The headline “A Walnut man was shot to death in a train-truck collision” is false and the newspaper (Pittsburg Headlight and Sun) did print a correction a few days later. more
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