When diabetes began to steal her mother’s legs and vision three decades ago, Lawrence resident Judy Bellome and her family joined the ranks of thousands of caregivers across Kansas. Bellome had advantages others don’t, but even so she found it challenging. “If I hadn’t been a nurse — and my sister is a physical therapist ...Continue Reading
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In September of 2014, the Your Fellow Americans team visited the home of a Lakota Indian family to hear their thoughts on race, immigration, and the American Dream. Our hosts for the evening were Patti & Robert Nelson. Patti was born and raised in Bullhead, South Dakota, a small village in the Standing Rock Indian ...Continue Reading
After getting pummeled by drought and low cattle prices, many ranchers are across the Midwest are eager to grow their herds. As they do, grass is turning into a hot commodity. The national beef herd is down to the size it was in 1951. Shoppers know that beef is more expensive, which has people switching ...Continue Reading