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  • Never mind the rankings, your heart will tell you if your job is No. 1 4/18/2014

    At least I'm not a lumberjack. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, being a lumberjack is the worst job in America. It is ...

  • Prime time for a GOP primary 4/18/2014

    Activity in the Kansas Statehouse has been memorable this year, and for all the wrong reasons. Radical-right GOP lawmakers embarrassed Kansas with pu ...

  • YOU DOCS TIPS: Sweet on sauerkraut 4/18/2014

    On "Beat Bobby Flay," when chef Flay's world-famous tacos were bested by Brian Tsao's Korean beef and kimchi version, the not-so-happy Bobby found out ...

  • Good weather means good times at the zoo 4/17/2014

    Despite a few odd snow storms, the weather has generally been gorgeous and you know you want to get out of the house and enjoy it! Lee Richardson Zoo ...

  • Southwest Life 4/16/2014

    String Academy concert series The String Academy of the Plains, which serves southwest Kansas and northeast Oklahoma, has begun a new concert series, ...

  • KSU EXTENSION: Whether you're spending or snacking, make wise choices 4/14/2014

    By BARBARA ADDISON, LEHISA de FORNOZA and DAVID COLTRAIN Before you spend that tax refund, consider moving toward financial security by paying ...

  • Self Help 4/11/2014

    For a support group to be included, call The Telegram at 276-6862 Ext. 242 or (800) 475-8600. For information about other support groups in the state, ...

  • Senior center volunteers honored with free lunch 4/8/2014

    The week of April 13 to 19 is National Volunteer Week. Volunteering is defined as the practice of working on behalf of others or a particular cause wi ...

  • From dead pines to caffeine consumption 4/7/2014

    By Barbara Addison, Lehisa de Fornoza and David Coltrain Do you have any dead pines? They could be dead from pine wilt, and it is important to cu ...

  • Flaws in a romantic experiment 4/6/2014

    By MARK PETERSON Eight months from the general election, the time has come for the Brownback administration to enter the intensive test instruction ...

  • Southwest Community 4/2/2014

    Senior center pinochle Isabel Finch won high in the three tables of senior center pinochle played March 26 at the Senior Center of Finney County, 907 ...

  • Be prepared for twister time 4/3/2014

    Tornadoes in Kansas this spring? No, but there's snow in the forecast again. Here it is the first of April and that white stuff continues to fall fro ...

  • From tablets to tornadoes 4/1/2014

    From tablets to tornadoes Need some help with your new iPad or other tablet? Join us as instructor Matt Connell shows us how to navigate around the n ...

  • 4-H leaders make the world a better place one child at a time 3/31/2014

    April is the month when we take a moment and thank the many volunteers who give so much to the 4-H program. In celebration of the 100-plus leaders who ...

  • INSIGHT KANSAS: Parties, politicians and an edge 3/30/2014

    "Politics ain't beanbag," wrote that eminent political philosopher and New York state senator, George Washington Plunkitt, who wryly observed politics ...

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