Friday, September 21, 2018
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The great outdoors was once a big part of the life of a child. Now, for good reason, we are fearful for our children, according to Judith Sutherland.

We are selling our students the idea that there is only one path to success: college. It is unfair and untrue, according to Kymberly Foster Seabolt.

If your child wants to bring a packed lunch to school, there are several ways to make sure it's both healthy and safe from foodborne illness.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt urges readers not to sweat the wear and tear on a property. One day, the kids grow up and the grass grows back.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt is proud of her small town-raised offspring for realizing there is a great big world out there.

Sometimes being a parent does mean saying no, being mean and making them take their medicine, literally or figuratively.

We asked six dads in the agriculture community about their life as a dad. Find out what they had to say.

Parents can be tempted to put extra blankets in a crib or bring their infant into bed with them, but both practices can lead to death for infants.

Can we ever understand the impact of a handwritten note of appreciation? That simple gesture has the power to change lives, especially our own.

Having “good cattle” isn’t a destination you reach-you have to keep after it.
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