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It's Bigfoot! A father and son in Kinsley, Kansas welded this 12-foot sasquatch, and it's now on display outside their shop, Coyote Welding, LLC. bit.ly/3vFNL4N ... See MoreSee Less

❌🔥FIRE DANGER THIS WEEKEND 4/13/2024

The US National Weather Service Topeka Kansas forecast calls for low humidity, warm temperatures, and gusty winds Saturday afternoon. Highs will reach the upper 80's with south winds gusting to 35 MPH.

Use extra caution this weekend to avoid causing a wildfire.

Please, never ever EVER throw cigarettes out of a vehicle. Be careful towing trailers and make sure chains don't drag and cause sparks. Don't use outdoor tools that cause sparks.

Thanks for everything you do to keep the community safe!
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Happy Friday, everyone!

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Herding sheep...and cats, and squirrels.

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Herding sheep...and cats, and squirrels.

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Did you know that backyard poultry can spread germs even if they look clean and healthy? While children under 5 are at the greatest risk, it's important to always wash your hands after touching or caring for poultry, collecting their eggs, or spending time in their coop.

Learn more on how to keep you, your family, and your backyard poultry safe: bit.ly/3xGxnRO.
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Thinking about joining the cicadas this summer and just screaming for six weeks straight. You?

This spring and early summer, two groups of cicadas—known as “broods”—will be waking up during the same season to serenade us. How nice. What’s the buzz? One brood lives on a 13-year cycle, and the other lives on a 17-year cycle. The broods will emerge at the same time in a rare, synchronized event that last occurred when Thomas Jefferson was in the White House. You might say, it’s been a bit. Brood XIII cicadas will appear in the Midwest, mostly centered in Illinois but also stretching into Wisconsin, Ohio, and Iowa. Brood XIX cicadas have been spotted over a much larger geographic area that includes Missouri, Illinois, Louisiana, North Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland.

When the cicadas emerge, they’re not exactly quiet about it. They’re heeerrrrrrreeeeeeeeeeeee! Cicadas emit a high-pitched buzz, or mating song, that can reach up to 100 decibels—roughly equivalent to a lawn mower or jackhammer. WHAT??? ROUGHLY EQUIVALENT TO A LAWN MOWER OR JACKHAMMER. OKAY!!!

Image: Closeup of a cicada. Possibly ready to scream.
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One way to help pollinators in Nebraska is to plant some native plants in your garden🌷🌼🌹

It is critical to include plants that bloom at various times of the year (from April to October) to ensure that a variety of pollinators have access to pollen and nectar throughout the season. Remember, pollinators are more than just bees and butterflies. There are also hummingbirds, moths, beetles, and ants!

Check out this Nebraska Extension guide for pollinator planting in your own backyard: brnw.ch/21wIELX

📷: Eric Fowler
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🦆 April Bird of the Month 🦆 Ducks, the social and adaptable birds, hold a special place in Christian and Hindu cultures. Their traits of playfulness and perseverance mirror the April-born. Fun fact for the day!

Learn more about ducks, and other symbols of April here: www.farmersalmanac.com/april-birth-month-symbols-and-fun-facts

Learn more about backyard ducks here: www.farmersalmanac.com/backyard-ducks-for-food-and-fun
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Have you went out and looked at the solar eclipse yet?

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Have you went out and looked at the solar eclipse yet?

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