Aug. 10, 2017 - PDF Edition

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Ross Gray

March 21, 1926 – Aug. 7, 2017

WINFIELD — Ross Gray, Topeka, died Monday, Aug. 7, 2017, at the Veteran’s Home, Winfield. He was 91.

He was born March 21, 1926, at Lyndon, the son of Wayne and Ruth Rankin Gray. He grew up in Lyndon where he graduated from Lyndon High School in 1943. He lived in Hiawatha for a time before moving to Topeka.

Kurtis Alan Gaston

Dec. 22, 1955 – Aug. 2, 2017

OSAGE CITY — Kurt Gaston, Osage City, died Wednesday, Aug. 2, at his home in Osage City. He was 61.

He was born Dec. 22, 1955, at Belleville, the son of Karl and Dorothy Buckley Gaston. He grew up in Ellsworth, where he learned to love small-town life, sports and the English language.

He attended the University of Kansas where he met his wife, Marcy. They were married Jan. 8, 1977, and were married for 37 years.

Aug. 3, 2017 - PDF Edition

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Tomatoes – ready and ripe to improve your health

(Author – Cheryl Mussatto MS, RD, LD)

You have to admit, tomatoes are a gift that just keeps on giving. Whether chopped, sliced, diced, juiced, grilled, baked, fried, roasted or beaten to a pulp, tomatoes are anything but rotten. In fact, tomatoes are right up there in the fab four of America’s most popular fresh-market vegetables just behind potatoes, lettuce, and onions.

Tomatoes – ready and ripe to improve your health

(Author – Cheryl Mussatto MS, RD, LD)

You have to admit, tomatoes are a gift that just keeps on giving. Whether chopped, sliced, diced, juiced, grilled, baked, fried, roasted or beaten to a pulp, tomatoes are anything but rotten. In fact, tomatoes are right up there in the fab four of America’s most popular fresh-market vegetables just behind potatoes, lettuce, and onions.

Hazel Smith

Died – July 30, 2017

OVERBROOK — Hazel Smith, Overbrook, died Sunday, July 30, 2017, at Brookside Retirement Community, Overbrook. She was 95.

She married Arlie Smith in 1947. He died in 2009.

She is survived by three children, Nyla Smith, Topeka, Alan Smith and wife, Susan, Osage City, and Lana Moore and husband, Rick, Overbrook; 10 grandchildren; many great grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

PDF Edition - July 27, 2017

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Jewell Jasper Huckaby Jr.

March 27, 1928 – July 16, 2017

HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. — Jewell Huckaby, of Highland’s Ranch, Colo., Evergreen, Colo., Osage City, Robinson, and Nevada, Mo., passed peacefully into the arms of God July 16, 2017, at Mill Vista Lodge at Wind Crest Retirement Community, Highlands Ranch, Colo. He was 89.

Beef - It's what's for weight loss

By Cheryl Mussatto MS, RD, LD

Beef has gotten a bad rap coming under fire in recent years - too high in fat, cholesterol, bad for the environment and so on. But yet many individuals really enjoy the robust flavor of lean beef – in fact, red meat is a major contributor to overall protein intake and represents 58% of all meat consumed in the U.S.

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