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Change comes hard

Change is hard. Even change for good is hard. It’s much easier to sit still and not take any risks.
So much of western Kansas and some of central Kansas is disappearing. Once thriving communities that bustled with activity now sit empty and dying.
We can sit still or we can change.
We have to change to keep up with the times. Opening a business that makes film for cameras would be a waste of time.
So too, must thinking change.
As a community, we need to value what is different about our community. We have a wetlands of ...

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