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Monday, August 19, 2019 at 05:00 PM MDT
Agroliquid in Goodland, KS

Corn farmers invited to Kansas Corn's August listening tour

Kansas Corn invites corn growers to attend one of its 2019 listening tour stops scheduled at nine locations across the state in August. For the fourth year, Kansas Corn is conducting a listening tour to reach farmers and industry partners to discuss issues impacting corn and agriculture. Kansas Corn will provide a meal and refreshments while diving into several topics including trade, ethanol, corn markets, education, and local challenges and opportunities.

“Our annual listening tour provides our grower leaders and staff with insight from growers in each area of the state, and we use that input to drive our organizations through the year,” Kansas Corn CEO Greg Krissek said. “In addition to listening to growers, we give them updates on efforts of both the association and commission.”

The listening tour is sponsored by the Kansas Corn Growers Association, Kansas Corn Commission and many local sponsors. All corn growers are invited to attend and are encouraged to RSVP to help with meal counts at the kscorn.com website, by calling 785-410-5009 or by emailing events@ksgrains.com.

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 06:00 PM CDT

Corn farmers invited to Kansas Corn's August listening tour

Kansas Corn invites corn growers to attend one of its 2019 listening tour stops scheduled at nine locations across the state in August. For the fourth year, Kansas Corn is conducting a listening tour to reach farmers and industry partners to discuss issues impacting corn and agriculture. Kansas Corn will provide a meal and refreshments while diving into several topics including trade, ethanol, corn markets, education, and local challenges and opportunities.

“Our annual listening tour provides our grower leaders and staff with insight from growers in each area of the state, and we use that input to drive our organizations through the year,” Kansas Corn CEO Greg Krissek said. “In addition to listening to growers, we give them updates on efforts of both the association and commission.”

The listening tour is sponsored by the Kansas Corn Growers Association, Kansas Corn Commission and many local sponsors. All corn growers are invited to attend and are encouraged to RSVP to help with meal counts at the kscorn.com website, by calling 785-410-5009 or by emailing events@ksgrains.com.

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at 02:30 PM EDT

HHS Regional Consultation, Regions 1-4

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at 02:30 PM EDT

HHS Regional Consultation, Regions 1-4

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at 10:00 PM EDT through August 22, 2019
Renaissance Ballrooms in Miami, FL

Sen. Gruters adds immigration ‘listening tour’ stop in Miami

Sen. Joe Gruters’ immigration “listening tour” is stopping in Miami after all.

The Sarasota Republican and chairman of the Republican Party of Florida was the face of a ban on so-called “sanctuary cities,” which was signed into law after quiet yet consistent pressure from Gov. Ron DeSantis and vocal pushback from immigrant advocates and attorneys across the state.

The initial six-city tour announcement Aug. 1 faced criticism on Twitter for not including any stops in South Florida, a top-five region for undocumented immigrants in the United States.

Gruters and Rep. Cord Byrd, a Neptune Beach Republican who carried the “sanctuary cities” bill in the House, will be stopping at the Renaissance Ballrooms (5910 SW 8th St., Miami) on Wednesday, Aug. 21 at 10 a.m.

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Thursday, August 22, 2019 at 06:30 PM EDT
Fairview Community Center in Fairview, NC

Sheriff Miller to hold listening sessions across Buncombe County

Sheriff Quentin Miller is announcing a series of listening sessions across Buncombe County during July and August. Sheriff Miller, Deputies and senior staff from the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office will be present at each session to listen to any comments and concerns that community members may have. Sheriff Miller will also answer any questions from those in attendance.

All listening sessions will run from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and are free and open to the public. The complete list of sessions is also available on the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page:

www.facebook.com/pg/buncombesheriff/events/

 

 

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Thursday, August 22, 2019 at 06:00 PM CDT
Huck Boyd Community Center in Phillipsburg, KS

Corn farmers invited to Kansas Corn's August listening tour

Kansas Corn invites corn growers to attend one of its 2019 listening tour stops scheduled at nine locations across the state in August. For the fourth year, Kansas Corn is conducting a listening tour to reach farmers and industry partners to discuss issues impacting corn and agriculture. Kansas Corn will provide a meal and refreshments while diving into several topics including trade, ethanol, corn markets, education, and local challenges and opportunities.

“Our annual listening tour provides our grower leaders and staff with insight from growers in each area of the state, and we use that input to drive our organizations through the year,” Kansas Corn CEO Greg Krissek said. “In addition to listening to growers, we give them updates on efforts of both the association and commission.”

The listening tour is sponsored by the Kansas Corn Growers Association, Kansas Corn Commission and many local sponsors. All corn growers are invited to attend and are encouraged to RSVP to help with meal counts at the kscorn.com website, by calling 785-410-5009 or by emailing events@ksgrains.com.

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Saturday, August 24, 2019 at 09:00 AM CDT

Mississippi River Advocates, Army Corps To Hold Listening Sessions

We are hosting six Saturday events along the Upper Mississippi River this summer. These gatherings will be different from many other public meetings. The people who come to these events will set the agenda and lead the discussions. There will not be presentations by “experts.”

Conversations will focus on reducing the risks of flooding, maintaining the navigation channel, managing river sediment, and preparing for a future long term drought. Share the impacts to you, your neighbors, and your community, and talk about how we can all work together better to address these issues.

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Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at 06:00 PM CDT
Sterl Hall in Abilene, KS

Corn farmers invited to Kansas Corn's August listening tour

Kansas Corn invites corn growers to attend one of its 2019 listening tour stops scheduled at nine locations across the state in August. For the fourth year, Kansas Corn is conducting a listening tour to reach farmers and industry partners to discuss issues impacting corn and agriculture. Kansas Corn will provide a meal and refreshments while diving into several topics including trade, ethanol, corn markets, education, and local challenges and opportunities.

“Our annual listening tour provides our grower leaders and staff with insight from growers in each area of the state, and we use that input to drive our organizations through the year,” Kansas Corn CEO Greg Krissek said. “In addition to listening to growers, we give them updates on efforts of both the association and commission.”

The listening tour is sponsored by the Kansas Corn Growers Association, Kansas Corn Commission and many local sponsors. All corn growers are invited to attend and are encouraged to RSVP to help with meal counts at the kscorn.com website, by calling 785-410-5009 or by emailing events@ksgrains.com.

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