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2010 Session - January through May

The State Library of Kansas' Legislative Reference Section maintains a collection of clipped newspaper articles on topics relating to subjects pertinent to issues in Kansas state government. Below is a listing of clipped articles taken from several different newspapers relating to AGRICULTURE, January through May, 2010.

The Clippings books are available for use in the library. You may photocopy articles from the books. If you have questions regarding this collection please feel free to contact State Library staff. Contact information is found at the top and bottom of this page.

The Clippings List is generally arranged chronologically through the year.

Each article cited contains the following information:

Author of article (if any is present)
Title of Article
Newspaper title and date of issue

ARTICLES ON AGRICULTURE, January through May, 2010

Will Klusener
Ag secretary: State can't pay for lodging inspections
Manhattan Mercury, 1/8/2010

Gary W. Conrad
What happens to people, livestock in a pathogen release from NBAF? [letters to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 1/11/2010 [Newsbank article]

John Schlageck
Agriculture's priorities
Junction City Daily Union, 1/20/2010

Grain commodity commission ballots coming in the mail
Chanute Tribune, 1/22/2010 [Newsbank article]

Jeannine Koranda
Will prairie burns violate new rules?
Wichita Eagle, 1/23/2010 [Newsbank article]

David Klepper
A balancing act for Kansas
Kansas City Star, 1/25/2010 [Newsbank article]

Scott Rothschild
K.C. area burned by Flint Hills prairie fires
Lawrence Journal World, 1/25/2010

David Klepper
Field burning heats up as an issue
Iola Register, 1/25/2010

Times News Service
State may ask locals to impose burn control
Manhattan Mercury, 1/26/2010 [Newsbank article]

Monica Springer
Ag show expands in second year
Garden City Telegram, 1/27/2010

Amy Bickel
Legislature asked to raise some dairy fees
Winfield Daily Courier, 1/27/2010

Amy Bickel
Legislature asked to raise some dairy fees
Junction City Daily Union, 1/28/2010

The Star's Editorial
Burn restrictions would hurt Flint Hills
Kansas City Star, 1/29/2010 [Newsbank article]

Associated Press
Ag Department seeking change to water rights
Garden City Telegram, 1/30/2010

Ralph Ostmeyer
Changes loom for ag
Hays Daily News, 1/31/2010 [Newsbank article]

Amy Bickel
Lawmakers urged to OK dairy bill
Salina Journal, 2/1/2010

John Green
Kan. ag industry gives job stability
Hutchinson News, 2/7/2010 [Newsbank article]

Amy Bickel
Ag department drops livestock tracing program
Hutchinson News, 2/12/2010 [Newsbank article]

Scott Rothschild
More farmers markets open to people on assistance
Hutchinson News, 2/18/2010

Rick Plumlee
Meeting seeks solutions for tracking disease
Garden City Telegram, 2/19/2010

Roxana Hegeman
Farmers' harvest bounty brings less cash
Junction City Daily Union, 2/25/2010

Stu Butcher
NAP application closing date March 15
Chanute Tribune, 2/25/2010 [Newsbank article]

Stu Butcher
Parkinson seeks agricultural disaster designation
Chanute Tribune, 2/26/2010 [Newsbank article]

Greg Doering
Tourist could be area producer's next cash crop
Junction City Daily Union, 2/27/2010

Chris Walker
Farm bill is far from perfect
Emporia Gazette, 3/3/2010

The Capital-Journal
Farm driver deal reached
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/15/2010

Carla Nemecek
Thank a farmer this week
Iola Register, 3/15/2010

Ag department seeks applicants
Garden City Telegram, 3/20/2010

Courier Staff
Elk County man elected to Kansas Soybean Commission
Winfield Daily Courier, 3/24/2010

John Schlageck
Ecology and economy: Burning the prairie
Winfield Daily Courier, 3/25/2010

Associated Press
Kansas Department of Agriculture seeks applicants for crop grants
Winfield Daily Courier, 3/25/2010

Barbara Hollingsworth
Burning ignites heated talks
Topeka Capital Journal, 3/29/2010

Brad Dornes
Controlled pasture burn legislation up in the air
Manhattan Mercury, 3/29/2010 [Newsbank article]

State wildlife crews lose control of burn
Salina Journal, 3/30/2010 [Newsbank article]

Journal's Opinion Line
Salina Journal, 3/30/2010

Associated Press
Governor seeks ag disaster ruling
Manhattan Mercury, 3/30/2010

Associated Press
Plans for biomass operation fail
Manhattan Mercury, 4/1/2010

Associated Press
Relief for wheat sought
Iola Register, 4/1/2010

In terms of fire, Kansas is off to a deadly start
Kansas City Star, 4/9/2010 [Newsbank article]

The Capital-Journal
Range burning causes air advisory
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/10/2010

Associated Press
Agriculture secretary's water plan dries up
Lawrence Journal World, 4/14/2010

Mike Yoder
Landscapes burned for rejuvenation
Lawrence Journal World, 4/15/2010

Kristen Roderick
Future a focus in Young Professionals speech
Garden City Telegram, 4/16/2010

Russ Morgan
Compromise [editorial]
Emporia Gazette, 4/20/2010

State fire marshal encourages use of wildland fire assessment tools
Chanute Tribune, 4/21/2010 [Newsbank article]

Stu Butcher
Ag marketing workshop planned in Independence
Chanute Tribune, 4/23/2010 [Newsbank article]

The Capital-Journal
House bill would preserve prairie burns
Topeka Capital Journal, 4/24/2010

Rick Plumlee
A burning prairie question
Wichita Eagle, 5/1/2010 [Newsbank article]

Associated Press
Report: Half of Kansas corn crop now planted
Dodge City Daily Globe, 5/5/2010

Congressional candidate visits
Garden City Telegram, 5/5/2010

Amy Bickel
Latest in ag technology on display at 3i Show
Garden City Telegram, 5/5/2010

Rhonda Holman
Smoky prairie burns a shared concern [editorial]
Wichita Eagle, 5/9/2010 [Newsbank article]

Brad Cooper
Farmers' market spurs review by Overland Park
Kansas City Star, 5/12/2010

Wichita Eagle
Prairie burns shared concern [editorial]
Chanute Tribune, 5/19/2010



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