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With the passing of Halloween, autumn is fully upon us. There is no denying it now. My morning alarm goes off in the pitch black of night; we sit down to supper in darkness. more
"You will wear the Get Along Shirt until you learn to get along." I have some friends whose two kids are continually fighting. To the shock of the kids, the mom pulls out a 4X tee shirt that says "Get Along" with a big red heart and puts it over both kids. more
John R. Hagman, age 72, of Overland Park, Kansas, passed away on Jan. 27 at KU Med Center from lung disease complications. He was born in Pittsburg, Kansas, Nov. 28, 1949 to William R. Hagman and … more
I was cruising south on Broadway on Tuesday afternoon listening to a Mozart CD with the Labradorian hanging his head out the back window when I was startled by a siren.  more
Almost two years ago, I said to Larry Hiatt: “when Gannett gets ready to sell the Morning Sun, call me and let’s put together a group and buy it,” bring it back from the verge of extinction, and once again make it the great community newspaper that we all grew up with.  more
In the nearly four years I’ve worked at the Morning Sun, I have seen a lot of changes. One of the most positive of those changes was when Larry Hiatt became publisher of the newspaper last year after playing a key role in acquiring it from former owner Gannett Co.  more
Here’s a Nancy Kincaid story that’s likely to make your mouth water and your heart ache. Also provide a rush of flashbacks if you grew up in the surrounding area. more
This dish is inspired by two rice dishes: pilaf and maqluba. In a pilaf, the rice is sauteed to lightly toast the grains and then steamed in a flavorful broth, along with aromatics such as onion, garlic and spices such as cumin and coriander. more
I recently experienced the power of stories in two very distinct ways. The first was by reading a novel that was informative, opening my eyes to the very different life of one character and making me more empathetic to what many people endure. more
Last Wednesday I was either teaching or in a meeting every hour from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. My 4 p.m. meeting was a half-hour telephone call, and then as I drove home I got a call from someone who had missed my 2 p.m. Zoom meeting.  more
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