Posted date: Jan 10, 2017
by: Jason Padgett
Wandering the halls of St. Francis Elementary with a video camera, because what else would I be doing @ 3pm on a Tuesday, I happened upon Ms. Moree's 4th grade classroom. In which everyone seemed to be frozen in time. Unable to move and hide what they were doing, I was able to briefly glimpse the true nature of craziness, of disregard of order, of chaos.
You must just see for yourself the destruction and the mayhem in the video.
I will not use this video as a platform to talk about how bad our brats act in school, or some comment about the school system, I will only say that we need to get that teacher a bigger stick!
Allison Grice's exhibit of photography and graphic design has opened at Quincy Gallery with a reception on March 2nd.
Ms Grice, a St Francis native, is well known here as an exceptionally talented artist with wide range of interests. Over the years, though, it is photography that has allowed her to share her heart.
Whether it's a rusty old pickup or wheat blowing in the breeze against a sunset, Ms Grice's photography shows her love of nature and history. Sh
Here is a link to the information page on the Kansas Legislature site:
March 23, 2017
The Honorable John Barker, Chairper
This market is one of the monthly Farmers' Markets held through the off-season (Oct-May). These monthly Markets will be held every third Saturday.
Vendors are lined up for the market, and there is a plan for food to be served, for donation.
If you are a vendor and would like to participate, please let the coordinator know at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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MANHATTAN, Kansas — The Kansas Department of Agriculture and K-State Research and Extension (KSRE) will offer virtual workshops February 6-10, 2023, to assist farmers' market vendors and managers, and also for those wanting to sell food products directly to consumers. The workshop series includes five online Lunch and Learn sessions.
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<li>The coop must be approved by the city before it is populated with chickens.</li>
<li>No more than 6 chickens.</li>
<li>No roosters, only females are allowed.</li>
So I knew, that at some point, we would have chickens, to have fresh eggs, and I have an eight year old who loves critters. The day would
Open on weekends throughout October, The Crow Haven Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch is a must visit for the family. Everyone easily found hours worth of entertainment with all of the va
Photos By Cale Rieger, NRCS Natural Resource Specialist
Proper fence is needed for grazing livestock in a rotational grazing system. As mentioned before, a rest-rotation grazing system is essential for properly managing grazing systems in the western Kansas area of short grass and mid-grass prairie.
Many perimeter fences are 3 or 4 strands of barbed wire. Interior cross-fences are usually a single smooth wire. The interior fe