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STERLING – The juicy strawberries brought a hint of sugary sweetness to the air, as fruit began ripening on the vine at the Tenth Street Orchard last week.

  • By John Green The Hutchinson News jgreen@hutchnews.com
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Weldon Headings learned his trade repairing equipment on the family farm, and on the road while working as a harvest custom cutter for more than a decade.

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JETMORE – In the heart of cattle country you’d expect a hamburger joint on Jetmore’s Main Street, not a Thai restaurant.

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Kiowa County United – The nonprofit was spearheaded by local Scott Brown. However, his idea came to fruition thanks to several community members who were concerned about the roadblocks they saw to rebuilding Greensburg’s business sector.

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  • By CANDICE CHOI AP Food Industry Writer
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NEW YORK - A proposal to curtail the nation's food stamp program would pinch families struggling to pay for groceries and ripple through other areas of the economy, including supermarkets and discounters, as people shuffle their budgets.

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  • By Candace Krebs Special to The News
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Creating a fire response and recovery plan is the focus of a two-day meeting scheduled Tuesday and Wednesday in Ashland as the region continues to regroup after a massive spring wildfire.

TOPEKA - The Kansas Rural Center invites women farmers or want-to-be-farmers, women landowners, and women interested in sustainable farming, food production and local food initiatives to attend a Women in Farming Workshop on Saturday, June 10, 2017. This all-day, women-only workshop and farm…