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I have been fascinated by hammocks for as long as I can remember. We didn't have one when I was growing up on that southwestern Kentucky dairy farm in the 50s and 60s. I suppose it seemed too highfalutin for us country folks. Maybe it was overly suggestive of leisure and pleasure. Maybe Dad …

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Depending on the definitions you use, the residents of Kansas’s rural counties and small towns make up less than a third, and perhaps as little as a quarter, of the state’s total population. Despite our reputation as a rural farming state, Kansas is surprisingly urban.

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The fog started more than five months ago as the pandemic descended on the nation. For a few weeks it felt like the polarization in our society would give way to collaboration. Public officials worked across difference. People felt pride, togetherness and a can-do attitude.

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