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Here's to more green lights in 2021!

Here's to more green lights in 2021!

I had several thoughts about what direction to go on this week’s enews. Do we talk about our New Year’s Resolutions? On 2020? What will our world look like going forward?

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Holly Hilton, where the guests stay outside.

Holly Hilton, where the guests stay outside.

The local K-State Research Center has served the horticultural industries and consumers of south central Kansas since it opened. It was named for Dr. John Pair, who was their woody ornamental and turfgrass scientist.

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I'm with Phil. (He promised an early spring.)

I'm with Phil. (He promised an early spring.)

With the great temperatures we are experiencing this week, I’ll go out on a limb and say that spring has sprung. Something I learned last week while on the mid- day news at KAKE TV, is that March 1st is the “meteorological” first day of spring. In the back of my mind, I have always felt that the four seasons seem to start about a month or so earlier than the official changing of the seasons.  
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Life is too short to live the same day twice

Life is too short to live the same day twice

We’ve had some cold mornings this week. Fifteen degrees on Tuesday morning reminded me that we’re not even a month officially into winter. With Groundhog Day Sunday, February 2, we can only hope that Punxsutawney Phil does not see his shadow. Tradition has it that if Phil sees his shadow, he will be frightened and will return to his burrow, indicating that there will be six more weeks of winter. If he does not see his shadow, then spring is on the way. 

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