In November 2015, RISE Cowley (formerly the Cowley County Healthy Communities Coalition) approved...Read More
Tag: K-State Research and Extension
Do you (or someone you know) love agriculture? If your answer is yes, I invite you to explore the...Read More
Some may consider soup to be the ultimate comfort food. The aroma of simmering soup tempts us with the promise of warmth and satisfaction. Whether soup starts an elegant meal or is served as a meal by itself, it is very...Read More
You don’t need anyone to tell you the holidays can be stressful. Extra expectations, parties and tasks can be stressful, too. Sarah Diamond from Kansas State University’s School of Family Studies and Human Services summarizes a...Read More
The Arkansas City Area Chamber of Commerce presented Creekstone Farms Premium Beef with the November STAR Award on Nov. 29. Creekstone was honored for its ongoing delivery of excellent products with an international presence, as...Read More
’Tis the season to be jolly … but for some, it is a season of stress. Stress is the way your body responds to experiences and events, and it can be good or bad. Managing stress is important for your health and well-being....Read More
If you opened your refrigerator or pantry door, what would you see? Do you have an abundance of food, or are you like Old Mother Hubbard with bare shelves? It is estimated that 31 percent of food is wasted at the retail and...Read More
When I was pregnant with my second child, I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes. My doctor referred me to a dietitian who helped me to understand the importance of diet and exercise. My family was supportive and I was able...Read More
I love buttons. I can push a button to open my garage door. I can push a button to change television channels. I can push a button to wash my dishes and clothes. I even can push a button on my wrist watch to answer a phone call....Read More
Cowley County this week was named as one of eight Pathways to a Healthy Kansas communities by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas (BCBSKS). The grant, possibly one of the most significant ever awarded in the county, is for...Read More
Cowley County is one of eight Kansas communities recently selected as a grantee in the largest community grant program ever funded by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas. The Pathways to a Healthy Kansas program provides...Read More
Angels in the Attic and the K-State Research and Extension office will be host to blueberry parties next month. Becky Reid, of K-State Research and Extension, will be on hand to demonstrate several ways that blueberries can be...Read More
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