Queen of cookies: Annie Pitts starts job as new local Extension agent

The new K-State Research and Extension, Harvey County, family and consumer sciences agent Annie Pitts, right, talks to Glenda Prieba, office professional, Friday morning at the local office. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now

By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now Annie Pitts has made pretty much every kind of cookie during wheat harvest time. Usually, she makes 50 dozen cookies...

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