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Wounded Wyandotte County deputy is improving but still in critical condition, doctor says

Though Scott Wood remained on a ventilator in intensive care, he had improved enough that he was writing notes to others and cracking jokes about his nurse. He also used hand signals to tell his wife that he loved her. “The last 24 hours, the improvement my husband has made tells me God is healing him,” Staci Wood said while sitting next to their 16-year-old son, Blake, who called his father his “superman.”


Kansas cattle industry shows bullish signs

Ranchers are building up their herds by buying more bulls and heifers to take advantage of the current economics rippling through the beef industry. At the retail level, beef is in short supply and prices are higher. Yet there is strong demand from consumers.

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