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  • By CHANCE HOENER Pittsburg Morning Sun
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PITTSBURG — Members from Live Well Crawford County, Kansas State University Research and Extension, the Career and Technical Education Center of Crawford County and the Crawford County Commission officially cut the ribbon on the high tunnel on the CTEC property Monday.

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  • By Mary Clarkin Our Capitol Bureau mclarkin@hutchnews.com
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TOPEKA – An annual school funding fee of $120 for each owner of a water right or permit to appropriate water and who uses water for irrigation purposes is included in the State Senate’s new school finance bill.

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A wet spring and an outpouring of support from friends, neighbors and generous strangers near and far are helping northeastern Colorado slowly begin to recover from a 30,000-acre March wildfire, according to Dan Firme, one of a half-dozen people who have been coordinating relief efforts sinc…

  • By Mary Clarkin Our Capitol Bureau mclarkin@hutchnews.com
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TOPEKA – “Miscommunication” was blamed for low turnout at a Kansas State Capitol rally Tuesday in support of industrial hemp legislation.

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  • By Scott Aust Kansas Agland
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While concerns remain, a show of hands during Wednesday’s informational meeting in Garden City about a proposal to form a local management plan to address groundwater concerns indicated a majority of the 90-some farmers and producers in attendance generally agreed something should be done to extend the life of water resources.