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Kansas State cuts may lead to horticulture center's closing


HAYSVILLE, Kan. (AP) — Staff members are trying to find a way to keep one of Kansas State University's research centers open after the school announced it would close the center south of Wichita.

Kansas State said last month that it planned to close the John C. Pair Horticulture Center in Haysville as part of budget cuts. The university cited lower state funding for higher education and declining enrollment as reasons for cutting $3.5 million from the College of Agriculture and Research and Extension's budget this year.

University officials said they'd consider keeping the center open if...

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