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China is ‘likely training for strikes’ against the U.S., new Pentagon report says

A new report from the Pentagon says China’s military has aggressively expanded its bomber operations in recent years and is “likely training for strikes ...

August 19, 2018 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | Trending Topics

These thieves stole nearly $100,000 in ramen noodles; here’s how many packs that is

One Georgia grocery store won’t have a lot of ramen for a while.

August 19, 2018 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | Trending Topics

MoviePass just changed again; here’s what you need to know

MoviePass changed again on Thursday.

August 19, 2018 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | Trending Topics

Have You Seen This? Dog chases bike-riding monkey

THE INTERNET — When you travel to another country, you expect to see new and exciting things.

August 19, 2018 | Martha Ostergar KSL.com | Trending Topics

Movie review: Coming from 'Friday Night Lights' director, violent, R-rated 'Mile 22' disappoints

“MILE 22” — 2½ stars — Mark Wahlberg, Iko Uwais, Ronda Rousey, John Malkovich, Lauren Cohan, Peter Berg; R (strong violence and language throughout); in general release

August 18, 2018 | Josh Terry Deseret News | Entertainment

Rolling Sculpture Car Show set for Saturday, Aug. 25

Barton County Historical Society will host Rolling Sculpture 2018, its annual car show and open house, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on ...

August 18, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Local News

Marilee T. (Feist) Huslig 1925 - 2018

ELLINWOOD - Marilee T. (Feist) Huslig, 92, was called Home by her Lord and Savior on Friday, August 17, 2018.

August 18, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Obituaries

Roy Eldredge Savage Jr. 1940- 2018

Roy Eldredge Savage Jr., 78, passed away at his home in Great Bend on Aug. 14, 2018. He was born June 24, 1940, in Devine ...

August 18, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Obituaries

Mega Motor Weekend coming to GB

At the end of September, Great Bend's Mega Motor Weekend will offer three events for the entire family. The Great Bend Airfest, Lucas Oil ...

August 18, 2018 | Russ Edem | Local News

Fruits of their labors

The term "community garden" often brings to mind a series of small plots, some well tended, some not, where members grow a variety of produce ...

August 18, 2018 | Veronica Coons | Local News

Special Needs Calendar

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August 18, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Menus and Activities

Not the Enemy of the People

August 18, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Editorial Cartoons

Middle America, are you ready for your face tattoos?

Like many kids, I had a dalliance with washable temporary tattoos.

August 18, 2018 | Danny Tyree | Columnists

Sugarcan aphid

Sugarcane aphid has now been confirmed in Barton County. Scouting fields early will help determine the need for an insecticide application before losses occur. Treating ...

August 18, 2018 | Alicia Boor | Agriculture

Drought declarations updated in Kansas counties

TOPEKA - While there have been some recent rains, drought conditions for many areas of the state, especially eastern Kansas, continue to worsen.

August 18, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture

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July 28, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Club News

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July 28, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Editorial Cartoons

Naked vacations: yes, that’s a thing

According to NBC News, the travel industry's latest trend is the "nacation."

July 28, 2018 | Danny Tyree | Columnists

New polling shows more trouble for Republicans

In case national Republicans needed another reminder of the power of women at the ballot box, pollsters at Quinnipiac University just handed it to them.

July 28, 2018 | John L. Micek | Columnists

Does extension matter anymore?

First as usual, a drought update is in order. Again, nothing after 8 a.m. this past Tuesday is included. The biggest change is the bullseye of extreme and exceptional drought in Northeast Kansas and part of Southeast Kansas. Our area is relatively unchanged and much of Northwest and a substantial portion of Southwest Kansas are no even abnormally dry. The rain late last week combined with moderate temperatures may ease conditions reported in this Thursday's report. One other note is in order. These relatively moderate temperatures expected this week and the previous week should slow down grain fill ...

July 28, 2018 | Dr. Victor L. Martin | Agriculture

Tree leaf loss addressed

Lately, there have been many calls into the Extension office about trees. The warm, dry winter we experienced and the hot summer we have now have really taken a toll, and many are beginning to lose their leaves prematurely. While most of the trees will leaf out normally next year, having an idea on what is wrong, and if the tree is still alive is important to know.

July 28, 2018 | Alicia Boor | Agriculture

30 years of plant data recognized in scientific reports

A collaboration between Kansas State University and DuPont Pioneer Agronomy analyzing 30 years of corn plant population responses shows that as agronomic optimum plant density increased, the range for maximizing yields also widened.

July 28, 2018 | Stacy Campbell | Agriculture

Kansas NRCS provides assistance to producers in drought areas

SALINA - Gaye L. Benfer, acting Kansas State Conservationist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service announced this week that NRCS is offering technical and financial assistance to producers in Kansas suffering from ongoing drought conditions. Drought recovery funding assistance is available through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program Drought Initiative.

July 28, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture

Kansas NRCS encourages producers to assess contingency plans during drought

SALINA - While there have been some recent rains, drought conditions for many areas in Kansas continue to worsen. Recently, Governor Jeff Colyer updated the Drought Declaration for Kansas counties with Executive Order 18-16. The update declares all 105 counties either in an emergency, warning, or watch status. This order places nearly half of Kansas counties in an emergency drought status.

July 28, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Agriculture

Inspiration found in the simplest things

Just as the sun rises each morning, Kansas farmers and ranchers begin each day dedicated to providing food and providing the best for their families. Simultaneously, and with each new generation, non-farm folks become further and further removed from the farm.

July 28, 2018 | John Schlageck, Kansas Farm Bureau | Agriculture

Ever seen field dodder?

With vast geographic distribution and a plethora of vulnerable host plants, the irregular looking field dodder (Cuscuta campestris) is one of the most widespread and most harmful pests among the flowering parasitic plants. Field dodder can easily become a problem in flower gardens, vegetable gardens (e.g. tomato, sweet pepper, potatoes and cabbage), or possibly even show up in greenhouse crops. The most devastating damage, however, comes from field dodder outbreaks in newly-established perennial legume crops (alfalfa, clover, etc.), which are generally the preferred hosts of this plant species.

July 28, 2018 | Rip Winkel | Agriculture

Medicalodges and Cherry Village Benevolence announce purchase of the Great Bend nursing facility

Medicalodges Inc., a Kansas long-term care provider headquartered in Coffeyville, and Cherry Village Benevolence Inc., a long-term care provider located in Great Bend, jointly announced this week that they have reached terms for Medicalodges to assume ownership and the operations of the nursing facility located at 1401 Cherry Lane, Great Bend.

July 28, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Business

Cafe honored for healthy eating options

CLAFLIN – Juicy burgers and crispy fries are still available on the menu at Squeegy's Bar & Grill in Claflin, but along with all the things you'd expect to find on the menu of the local grill, you'll also find fresh salads, seasonal fruits, and grilled chicken thanks to the work owner Ciji Folk has done to add healthy, fresh, and tasty new options to her menu.

July 28, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Business

Urban named director of Adult Services at Sunflower Diversified

When Amanda Urban reflects on her past and future at Sunflower Diversified Services, she mentions many topics but it all comes down to the bottom line.

July 28, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Business

Archer Scholarship Fund benefits local students; awards total $132,000

Maycie Hestand, Great Bend native, has her sights set on medical school and an eventual return to her hometown community. It will be her way of giving back to the people who are helping her achieve her educational goals.

July 28, 2018 | Tribune Staff | Education

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