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First, a drought update is in order. Unfortunately this is as of 8 a.m. this past Tuesday and doesn’t reflect the heavy rains much of the area received that morning which certainly helped. Much of northeast and north-central Kansas are now out of drought conditions. Much of our immediate area, except to the east (Rice and a sliver of Barton counties) are out of severe drought and in the moderate drought/abnormally dry categories. Southwest Kansas has improved some while eastern Kansas stayed the same or intensified a bit. The rains of last week should help but the ...


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