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Long-Time Members To Be Honored Tonight In Wichita

Fourteen individuals and twelve businesses will be recognized this evening at the KLA Convention in Wichita for joining the association in 1973 and marking a half-century of continuous membership. This class of 26 brings the total number of members who have been loyal to KLA f...

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Tick and Horn Fly Control Using Prescribed Burns

K-State Research and Extension veterinary entomologist Cassandra Olds outlines a study that takes a look at how prescribed burning in the spring, summer or fall affects populations of ticks, horn flies and dung beetles.