By Susan M. Jackson
Turkeys must be kept at a safe temperature during “the big thaw.” While frozen, a turkey is safe indefinitely. However, as soon as it begins to thaw, any bacteria that may have been present before freezing can begin to grow again.
A package of frozen meat or poultry left thawing on the counter more than 2 hours is not at a safe temperature. Even though the center of the package may still be frozen, the outer layer of the food is in the “Danger Zone” between 40 and 140... more»
Have you been wanting to get a membership for the Sedgwick Recreation Center? Tonight is the last Wednesday of the month and you can find the Recreation Board Members at the Rec Center from 7-8 PM. Stop by and get your Membership Card! Forms can be printed off from the City of Sedgwick website – www.cityofsedgwick.org
Rex E. Hobble, 99, passed away at the Diversicare of Sedgwick health care center Oct. 19, 2013 – 11 days short of his 100th birthday.
Hobble was born to Howard and Cora Bissell Hobble Oct. 30, 1913, at the family farm in Putnam, Kan. He graduated from Valley Center High School in 1931 and from Pomona College in California, where he studied math and played baseball.
Hobble was drafted into the Army Jan 1, 1942. As a member of the HQ VII Combat Engineer Corps, he was among those who waded ashore on Utah Beach as part... more»
Come to Sedgwick this weekend and celebrate Fall Festival. Here is the link an events schedule. Please note that this is a preliminary schedule and is subject to change. The 2nd Annual PRCA Rodeo starts at 3:00 PM. Come on out for a rip roaring good time.