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July 31st, 2021

shelter article new june 2021====FROM: July 27, 2007====

By: DAVID THOMPSON, Southwest Daily Times


The Liberal Bee Jays ended the 2007 season by losing on the road at Dodge City 11-4.

Jeffrey Jones went 3-5 and finished with a .368 batting average for the season. Blaine Wilson led the team with six home runs and 27 RBI's.

Zach Mixson led the team with five wins.

This is only the fourth time in the 53 year history of the team the Bee Jays have missed playing in the NBC World Series. The Liberal team finished the season in fifth place which is also the lowest place the team has ever finished in the Jayhawk League.

The Bee Jays ended with a 22-24 record and Dodge City finished with a 8-36 record after fielding a team for the first time in more than 30 years.


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====Southwest Living: July, 26 2021====


food safety county fairFair season in Kansas also means food season, and a Kansas State University food scientist encourages common sense to keep the party safe.

For those attending the fair, “the most important food safety step is to wash your hands before eating or handling food,” said Karen Blakeslee, who is also coordinator of K-State’s Rapid Response Center for food science.

“Several foodborne outbreaks have occurred at fairs because of handling animals and not washing your hands. Many fairs offer extra hand washing stations and hand sanitizer stations to make it easier to clean your hands.”

If you plan on selling food at the fair, Blakeslee said a license may be required depending the number of times a year you are selling the food. Information is available in the publication, Food Handling Guidelines for Exempt Food Vendors.

“Food vendors at fairs bring a wide variety of food options,” Blakeslee said. “But, they also need to follow safe food handling guidelines and local regulations to reduce the risk of foodborne illness.”

Some key steps for vendors include frequent handwashing, wearing plastic gloves or using tongs when handling ready-to-eat food, keeping hot food above 135 degrees Fahrenheit and cold food foods below 41 F, and taking steps to reduce cross contamination by keeping raw foods award from ready-to-eat foods.

“They should also have a three compartment sink station to wash and sanitize equipment,” Blakeslee said.

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shelter article new june 2021=====FROM: July 15, 2009=====

By: Megan Jones , SWDT

This year, more than 200 golf balls were purchased to raise money for the annual event Command Performance at the Mid-America Air Museum. The golf ball drop occurred on Saturday, July 11, 2009 at 3 p.m. but fun could be found on the museum's grounds from 11 a.m. and throughout the day until 5 p.m.

Two Dorothys were present to greet guests. A surprise visit from Gerald French, who wrote “Liberal Lady I-IV: Reflections of a Military Pilot,” and his wife was a highlight. A group from Adolescent Support Services gave a free car/bike wash and the Parks and Recreation concession wagon was on hand to supply hot dogs, hamburgers and other treats.

Winners of the golf ball drop include:

First Place: Mike Andrade, $1,000

Second Place: Jean Mains, two plane tickets to Denver

Third Place: David Cousins, ice chest

Fourth Place: Stanley Cordova, $25 gift certificate to Ruffino's restaurant

Fifth Place: Ed Fuller, movie tickets and popcorn

Mid-America Air Museum thanks these generous sponsors for their help and donations to make the event possible: Lyddon Aerocenter, Great Lakes Airlines, Harrison Hot Rods, Ruffino's, Liberal Parks and Recreation, Brenda Rogers, Andy Lovato, Lance Harrison, James Starkey, National Beef, Weatherford, Wal-Mart, Mead Rental, Best Market.


====Southwest Living: July 12, 2021====

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