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The Village of Newark would like residents to join those locally and globally in showing their appreciation for those serving the community during the COVID-19 pandemic by making some noise at 6:00 p.m.
have announced that they are cancelling the annual event this year
The next special exhibit at the Kansas Museum of History commemorates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and the courageous women who made it possible.
A key tool for planning for spring and summer fun is now available.
A leading official for one of the United States’ leading providers of cattle genetics told producers Friday that the future is very bright for their industry.
The Kansas Forage and Grassland Council (KSFGC) is having a photography contest to promote the multifaceted use of Kansas forages.
Annual Celebration Set for March 13-15 in the Water Street District
St. Lucie County’s Oxbow Eco-Center is now taking registration for its 2020 summer camp line-up including LEGO robotics, archery, nature excursions and eco-art. Camps are led by experienced instructors, who incorporate hands-on activities, games and learning into each day.
The Rochester Red Wings begin the 24th season at Frontier Field on Thursday, April 9 against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs. Gates will open at 2:30 p.m. with the first pitch scheduled for 4:05 p.m.
The most recent annual report from the Kansas State Child Death Review Board (SCDRB) reports that 75% of sleep-related deaths occurred in an unsafe sleep location.
On March 6, 7 & 8, 2020, Equifest of KS, the Premier All Breed Horse Fair and Exposition will open for the 23rd year running at a new location, Tony’s Pizza Event Center & Saline County Expo Center in Salina, KS!
A global need for quality breeding stock and genetics is creating market opportunities for Kansas livestock producers.
“Dora” swings into the Lakewood Park Branch Library on Wednesday, March 25 at 3:30 p.m. with a showing “Dora and the Lost City of Gold.”
Founded in 2003, the hall honors people who have made significant contributions to the visual arts, performing arts, or architecture.
Spring Home Season Concert & Paint the Town Red Fundraiser
The Wild West Republican Women will be hosting several meet and greet opportunities for Congressional and U.S. Senate candidates at the 66th Annual 3i SHOW to be held March 19-21 at the Western State Bank Expo Center in Dodge City, Kansas.
Foodlink is receiving a nearly $1 million award to support the Foodlink Career Fellowship, a one-of-a-kind culinary training program that creates pathways to prosperity for individuals with barriers to sustainable employment.
Together with the U.S. Livestock Genetics Export, Inc. (USLGE) and the New Mexico Department of Agriculture, the Kansas Department of Agriculture has an upcoming opportunity for Kansas’ seedstock cattle producers to increase international marketing opportunities for their beef genetics in Mexico.
The Attorney General’s Office will mark National Consumer Protection Week with free document destruction events throughout the state, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today.
Local scientists and environmental educators are partnering to offer a discovery learning opportunity for area adults, starting Feb. 28.
The 2020 Ogallala Aquifer Summit will take place in Amarillo, Texas, from March 31 to April 1, bringing together water management leaders from all eight Ogallala region states: Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, South Dakota and Wyoming.
Governor, Oklahoma Human Services Call For Non-Profits, Faith-Based Programs and Community Organizations to Join New BeANeighbor.org Initiative
Governor Kevin Stitt and Oklahoma Human Services (OKDHS) announced today a new initiative called Be A Neighbor (BeANeighbor.org), a web-based platform to identify and unify non-profits, community organizations and faith-based groups across the state who provide programs that are meeting the needs of vulnerable populations in their communities.
Thousands of educators gathered in Oklahoma City today for the third – and largest – summit on trauma-informed instruction hosted by the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE).
The Oxbow’s LEGO Eco-Adventures returns Saturday, Feb. 29, giving parents the chance to enjoy a night out, while their children enjoy an evening of technology and nature.
Barton Community College’s Center for Adult Education will soon begin its nine-week GED Preparation Class.
The Oxbow Eco-Center launches a new Tuesday Tales for Tots program on Feb. 25 at 10 a.m. designed to incorporate nature with learning.
Discover ways to make lifestyle choices that may help you keep your brain and body healthy as you age.
Fans who bring two nonperishable food items will receive a free ticket to the St. Lucie Mets game that night. Keep Port St. Lucie Beautiful will have a booth at the front of the stadium and partner with the Treasure Coast Food Bank for the donations.
Volunteers will register for the event, enjoy a free breakfast, and then be transported by bus to several locations throughout the city that are most in need of cleanup. After the cleanup, buses will bring volunteers back for free lunch, raffles and lots of fun for everyone.
The next Lunch Bunch program will be held on Wednesday, February 19 at CCMC.
Learn how to earn money, selling items on the internet as the Morningside Branch Library hosts an eBay new seller workshop on Saturday. Feb. 22 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Forks & Skis, a charity ski event presented by Delta Air Lines, returns to Hunt Hollow Ski Club on March 6 to benefit Foodlink. Skiers can enjoy a fun day on the slopes – all while supporting Foodlink’s mission to end hunger and build healthier communities.
The work that Kansas State University researchers do to determine the best and safest ways to grow tasty, nutritious fresh vegetables has yielded a bountiful benefit for hungry Kansas and Missouri families.
Planning for the future is vital and families must take steps to ensure assets for the next generation.