What's ahead in ag?
Prices and inputs remain high
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What's ahead in ag?
Prices and inputs remain high
K-State and its relationship with ag
Reno County has more than 1,500 farms
Helping farmers bring food to their communities
By bringing farmers and ranchers from 12 counties together, the center hopes to pool resources so they can concentrate on farming.
4-H'ers show off dogs
4-H'ers celebrate at the annual Reno County 4-H Fair from July 20-25, 2022.
Ava and Amy are healing
Members of the Jones family will be transported to a rehab facility. Also, a large fundraiser in Hutchinson is being brought back for the Joneses.
Spiders...what to know
Kansas is home to more than 500 species of arachnids, and few come close to actually being dangerous.
What's going on with wheat
Like 1956, our current drought didn't just start last fall.
Salina set to open lion area
Visitors can go under the viewing platform and look through a window directly underneath a 450-pound lion.
Pretty Prairie Rodeo starts this week
"I'm pretty excited to return to the Pretty Prairie Rodeo," said rodeo clown Justin Rumford. "I grew up in Reno County, and it's one of my favorite places to be."
Donuts are coming
The restaurant will carry about 30 varieties of doughnuts, all of which will be made in Hutchinson.
Buhler Farmers Market happens on Saturdays
The Buhler Farmers Market began as a small gathering of neighbors to share products, but eventually turned to a regular market for Buhler producers to sell.
Kansas wheat harvest yielded higher-than-expected yields, but lower quality percentages.
An inexpensive way to make sellable homemade goods
Pretty Prairie's Graber Mercantile Prairie Kitchen allows small businesses access to a commercial kitchen, cutting costs for aspiring food producers.
A New Building might come to the fair next year
The new "Foundation Club" would include indoor and outdoor seating, a stage, and a bar. It could be leased out for events year-round.
Wine Jell-O shots coming to the Fair
State Fair board agrees to ask for mural to be redesigned
A new drainage pond in Hutchinson
The area would be dry most of the time, but briefly hold runoff during large storm events and reduce street flooding.
Opening again soon!
At Roy's BBQ, most combinations of barbecued meat is on the menu, including beef brisket, turkey, ham, pork, mild Polish sausage and hot links.
Saying goodbye to Boo Boo
The Rolling Hills Zoo family is grieving the loss of Boo Boo, their male Andean bear, at the age of 28.
New Mountain Dew flavor
Mountain Dew Overdrive from Casey's includes citrus and fruity flavors for an outdoor-focused beverage.
Cattle in Western Kansas Suffer from Heat
More than 2,000 cattle died in Kansas in the past few days amid excessive heat, according to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
Cattle succumb to heat
There were at least 2,000 cattle deaths in southwest Kansas last weekend, Kansas Department of Health and Environment spokesperson Matthew Lara said.
A legend takes a leave
Eric Atkinson, the 39-year host of K-State Research and Extension's "Agriculture Today" radio program, is retiring after more than 9,000 shows.
KPA Awards were Friday evening
Winners were announced at the KPA's annual convention on Friday evening in Newton.
The pre-KSF starts soon
A full two and a half months before the Kansas State Fair begins, Kansans can find a small taste of the Fair at Fair, Food and Tunes.
Biking across Kansas
About 600 riders are expected to roll into town between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., then depart starting at sunrise on Wednesday.
Be prepared for this evening
Hutchinson and Salina are expected to witness 70 mph winds starting at 8 p.m. Thursday evening
What's happening at Hutchinson's Bogey's?
"I will certainly do whatever I can," said Bogey's owner Tyler Davis in response to his increased meal prices, he looks to aid the community.
Boosting internet statewide
Piros de Carvalho will retain a seat on Hutchinson City Council, where she is currently serving as mayor for a third time.
Serving up some hot cheese balls, sour cream cheddar fries and homemade onion rings!
Cherryl Bentley, a waitress at Hutchinson's R-B Drive In, continues her almost 20-year career at the vintage drive-in.
The high price of gas is hurting many, including farmers
While Kansas gas prices have increased from and average of $4.128 to $4.431 in a week, Reno County gas prices came in at $4.33 per gallon.
Look who's running for office, Katie Sawyer
Attorney General Derek Schmidt is running for Kansas governor with Katie Sawyer, a GOP Sen. Roger Marshall staffer and a McPherson County farmer.
60 Years in Abbyville
The Abbyville Frontier Days PRCA Rodeo has continued for the last 60 years, but organizers from the early days of the rodeo look to teach the next generation of Abbyville Rodeo directors.
Wheat and drought don't go well together
With a drought emergency in Kansas, little rainfall means the Wheat State's best-known agricultural commodity is in short supply amid high prices.
Opinion: Can you break even with Wheat
Incredible as it may seem, even with the highest price of all time, at least half of the western Kansas wheat fields will actually lose money.
Opinion: Atwoods in Hutch?
A spokesman for the Enid, Oklahoma-based company confirms work in Hutchinson is underway.
Serving up beer at the State Fair
A new alcohol venue operated by Fair Foundation is proposed, longtime Beer Garden also changing hands.
Should this lamb have been disqualified?
The Kansas State Fair Board disqualified the 2016 grand champion lamb for a rules violation. The appellate court agreed, reversing a Reno County judge
Rural internet expands and Buhler business gets mentioned at the White House
The Buhler-based company is participating in a federal program that covers $30 a month, and waiving other basic service costs for qualifying households
A new Japanese restaurant in Hutchinson and Salina
Koi Ramen & Sushi will have its grand opening on May 18 in the former Oliver’s, 925 E. 30th Ave., Hutchinson.
Nickerson might ad Ag program and FFA
USD 309 Nickerson Board of Education concluded its final meeting for the 2021-2022 school year by outlining plans and new requirements next year.
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