Do you love to sketch, draw, or paint? Do you like to watch birds? Do you want to make sure the environment is healthy for everyone to enjoy? Are you a student in grades K-12? If so, grab your paints, colored pencils, markers, and paper and join other students from all across the country and…
WASHINGTON — Sixteen million children were on food stamps as of last year, the highest number since the nation's economy tumbled in 2008.
NEW YORK — The milk industry is fed up with all the sourness over dairy.
DODGE CITY – Western Kansas Manufacturers Association, sponsor of the annual 3i Show, is excited to announce the return of High School Ag Career Day! High School Ag Career Day was a long-standing tradition of the 3i Show and, with the new October show dates falling once again during the scho…
MANHATTAN – The Kansas State University Agronomy Forage Bowl Team won the National Forage Bowl Competition at the American Forage and Grassland Council Annual Meeting held Jan. 11-14 in St. Louis, Mo.
WICHITA — The plunge in fuel prices has been a relief across the agricultural sector, easing the pain of low grain prices for growers and boosting profits for cattle ranchers.
For at the last 15 months, Kansas geologist Rex Buchanan estimates, he’s spent 90 percent of his time studying something once relatively rare in the state – earthquakes.
TOPEKA - The Kansas Water Authority has agreed to circulate an updated report on a proposal to build an aqueduct to take water from the Missouri River to southwestern Kansas despite its members showing little enthusiasm for the idea.
Kansas has more than 6,000 dead towns. Here are a few of them I traveled to as a Hutchinson News journalist.