Kansas State University students and faculty took several honors at the North Central Weed Science Society annual meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota in early December.
Animals can teach us more about the human body than we might realize.
Crack open New York Times bestseller âZoobiquity,â and youâll learn
about a human cardiologistâs experiences at the Los Angeles Zoo that
allowed her to more closely connect human and animal medicine. Even in
the first chapterâDr. House, Meet Doctor Dolittleâauthor Barbara
Natterson-Horowitz reveals how doctors and veterinarians could learn
from each other to effectively diagnose and treat all species.
Eating a variety of fruits and vegetables is the foundation for a healthy lifestyle, but many fruits are out of season during the winter months. What a delight it is to find fresh pears available in our food markets this time of year.
A private pesticide applicator training session will be offered from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, March 6, at the Greene County Extension office located inside the Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center at 2400 S. Scenic Ave., Springfield.
The Chiefs Community Caring Team visits The University of Kansas Hospital to deliver gifts to those in need.
It's been a crazy offseason for Royals right-hander Jeremy Guthrie, but he wouldn't want it any other way. Less than two weeks after Kansas City made it to Game 7 of the World Series, Guthrie was off to the Japan All-Star Series, representing MLB. Now he's back in the Kansas City area getting ready for Christmas, one of his favorite holidays.
Yes, the Tigers are still king of the AL Central, but everywhere they look someone is trying to stage a coup. That's the way it's supposed to be in a power division, as the Indians, Royals, Twins and White Sox are all looking to be in the title mix.