TOMS CREEK, Va. - Henry John Staudinger, 72, died Oct. 21, 2015, at Winchester Medical Center in Winchester, Va. Born March 30, 1943, in Great Bend, he was the son of Henry and Anna (Zeman) Staudinger. He attended Sacred Heart High School in Salina for two years and graduated from Claflin High School in 1961 as class valedictorian. In 1965, he graduated Summa Cum Laude and Valedictorian from St. Benedict's College in Atchison receiving a degree in history. He was a 1967 graduate of Georgetown School of Law, Washington, D. C. On Aug. 8, 1970, he married Karen Virginia Coffin ...
LARNED - Marjorie June Dawes, 75, passed away Nov. 1, 2015, at Kenwood Plaza in St. John after a long illness. Born Feb. 19, 1940, in Grainfield, she was the daughter of Philip and Velma Wolf. A long-time resident of Larned, she was a retired diet technician from Larned State Hospital. She also helped many people as an independent professional tax preparer, having gained experience as a legal secretary for Morgan Wright Law Office in her early career.
LA CROSSE - LeRoy H. Reifschneider, 88, died Oct. 31, 2015, at Locust Grove Village in La Crosse. Born Nov. 1, 1926, near Hargrave, he was the son of Jacob and Molly (Eckes) Reifschneider. On Nov. 20, 1947, he married Marie Holopirek at the United Methodist Church in La Crosse. She preceded him in death on Nov. 14, 2014. A lifelong resident of Rush County, he was a cattleman and farmer, and owned and operated the Rush County Sale Barn in La Crosse before his retirement.
Rosewood Miracle Workers AKTION Club recently completed a successful coloring book and crayon drive to benefit children within the community. As a result, more than 50 new boxes of crayons and coloring books were delivered to Barton County Health Department and to St. Francis Community Services, Great Bend.
Greek. Probiotic. Live cultures. Heat-treated. The verbiage on yogurt containers can be dizzying. A Kansas State University nutritionist said that while there are differences in the array of yogurts available, most aid digestibility and have other nutritional benefits.
Inside the Kansas State University classroom all eyes were riveted on the guest speakers. By the end of the two, one-hour training sessions the future teachers were well equipped to tell the story of the state's number one industry.
November 01, 2015|
John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau
Kansas State University is flexing its research muscle in swine nutrition and grain science in hopes of taking out a deadly virus that is said to have a 100 percent mortality rate in piglets less than 7 days old.
Now that cooler weather is settling in, the slow cooker comes out of the cabinets often at our house. It is so nice to come home from a busy day at work and be greeted with the smell of supper ready to serve. It just takes a bit of planning and a few extra minutes in the morning to chop vegetables for a favorite recipe.
By now, most houseplants should be inside for the colder winter months. Did you know that acclimating them to their new environment is important to their overall health and wellbeing? By slowly moving them to their winter home, you will help your plants stay healthy overall for the colder, low sun months of being indoors. I found a column from Ward Upham that explains a little bit about one reason it is important to go slowly when moving your plants from their summer spot to their winter one. On Nov. 4, I will be speaking about houseplant care throughout the ...
Doonan® Specialized Trailer LLC, a leading manufacturer of platform trailers, including custom flatbeds, drop decks, oilfield trailers, extendibles, RGN lowbeds and double drops, announced today, they've developed an innovative boat trailer design solution for one of America's industry leading boat manufacturers.
Stacy Barnes, City of Greensburg Convention & Tourism; Cris Collier, Great Bend CVB; Christina Haselhorst, Dodge City CVB; Larry Johnson, Finney County CVB/Garden City; Janet Kuhn, Hays CVB; Jenalea Myers, Franklin County CVB and Susan Wettstein, City of Garnett were honored during the 2015 Kansas Tourism Conference for achieving their Kansas Destination Specialist (KDS) certification.