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Find out how to raise a few hens in your backyard by attending these free classes.
2015 Poultry Classes held at the Saline County Library
Eggs and Other Messy Rewards-
An Introduction to Backyard Poultry
Thursday, March 19, 6pm (Benton)
Thursday, March 26, 6pm (Bryant)
Longing for fresh eggs? Is it worth your time and money? This class will answer the questions of those who are just thinking of raising a few hens in their backyard.
Happy Hens - Get…Continue
What do you get when a Museum Store collides with a yard sale?
Come out to Haskell and find out! Friday, November 7th and 8th, Creation Sensation will be selling new merchandise at yard sale prices. This is a great time to stock up on items for Christmas and birthdays. Loads of educational items like these -…Continue
Love Haskell? Hate Haskell? Have no idea what or where Haskell is?
Well, we --that is, the Hardwick family of amateur photographers-- have created a Facebook page documenting Haskell pictorially. As we go for walks, we have been taking photos of visually intriguing aspects of…Continue
We all feel it, at least most of us humans do. We are thankful. Thankful that the storm missed us. Then we think about how it hit someone else and we feel terrible for them. We want to help, but don't have a clue how. I don't use a chain saw. They wouldn't let me close to the tornado zone anyway. I am not rich and can't donate big bucks. And how can I be sure that they are going to get any money at all? Is there anything that I can be sure is going to really get into the…Continue
I saw on the news where officials out in Colorado Springs have issued a voluntary evacuation order for parts of the city. That horrible wildfire continues to spread. So people are grabbing their valuables and loading up and getting out of town. The officials say one vehicle per family to keep the roads from getting jammed. Get your meds and get your important papers, etc. It got me to thinking about what I would grab under the circumstances. Do you think that the things we would grab in…Continue