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Stacy Campbell: Don’t forget about Chinch bugs after wheat harvest

In the last 3 to 5 years now there have been problems with chinch bugs coming out of mature wheat fields and feeding on the small grain sorghum and forage sorghum plants after wheat harvest. The overwintered adults emerge in early spring and fly into small grains where they mate...
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Sternberg opens new exhibit featuring dinosaurs in motion

How often do you get to pet a t-rex or take your photo with a Triceratops?. You can do both and much more at the Sternberg Museum of Natural History's latest exhibit "Age of the Dinosaurs" by Kokoro Exhibits. This is the third Kokoro exhibit the museum has hosted. Other exhibits that were staged at the museum included an exhibit on the ice age and the giant insect exhibit from a few years ago.
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Letter: Forever grateful for Dr. Steve Mosier

Anyone out there love your pets? If you love a dog, cat, horse, cow, pig or any animal, you truly understand the joy these animals can bring to our lives. You have them for years and they become just as important as one of your children and many people consider them one of their children. I know we did. Time passes and you take care of them and try your best to keep them strong and healthy but along the way, just like us humans, they need some sort of a tune up or even emergency care. So now you ask yourself who do I entrust this bundle of fur to, for care and ultimately, their life? It’s a hard decision for most. Unless you live in Hays, Kansas. Hays has been blessed with Dr. Steve Mosier, the most caring, knowledgeable, talented, and loving DVM to ever put an animal practice sign on their office.
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Rick Cunningham: My 2011 tom turkey

My favorite types of hunting are turkey hunting and bowhunting deer. All firsts in our lives – our first kiss, our first job, our first car – are forever etched in our mind. My very first turkey was killed at Cedar Bluff in Page Creek in 1985. A friend had...
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After 'great ride,' longtime Hays veterinarian Steve Mosier to retire

Dr. Steve Mosier is retiring from his post at Hays Veterinary Hospital and veterinary medicine after 50 years of serving Hays and the surrounding community. Mosier, a Hoxie native, graduated from Kansas State University in 1966, moved to Hays in 1970 and has not moved since. Growing up on a...
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HPD Activity Log, April 5-7

Bicycle - Lost,Found,Stolen--100 block W 38th St, Hays; 11:25 AM. Disturbance – Noise—3400 block Vine St, Hays; 11:32 AM. MV Accident-Private Property-Hit and Run—400 block E 23rd St, Hays; 12:01 PM. Credit Card Violations—Hays; 1:46:28 PM. Credit Card Violations—Hays; 1:47:01 PM. Credit Card Violations—Hays; 1:46:39 PM. Credit Card Violations—Hays; 1:47:28...
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Next 'Doctors on Call' features Hays vet

BUNKER HILL – Doctors on Call, a local production of Smoky Hills PBS, will feature Dr. Steve Mosier with Hays Veterinary Hospital in Hays. This episode will air Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 7 PM and will focus on pet health. Doctors on Call is a program that provides medical information...
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Western Plains Animal Refuge hosts Valentine's fundraiser

The Western Plains Animal Refuge at 208 E. 8th St. is hosting a virtual fundraiser. The refuge is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping domestic and wild animals. WHO: Everyone is invited! Enjoy as a fun family activity, date night with your loved one, or come alone to meet some new WPAR friends. Each $30 kit includes supplies for two people and shipping/delivery.