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Kansas is drying up

Sometimes a job is just too easy and Gov. Sam Brownback has a chore this week that shouldn’t be much of a stretch.
He’d looking for places in western Kansas that illustrate the drought.
From the front yard at Cedar Crest, that might be tough.
From any location much west of Salina, not so much.
His staff announced he was going to tour Morton, Stevens and Seward counties.
That’s fine.
They are probably dry.
As long as the state staffers understand that the rest of the center of the state is withering, too.
The governor is taking ...


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