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2006 Pleasanton High School graduate Sarah (Woody) Herring has come home to live and open a new business – a homeopathic herbal medicine business – based on her knowledge gathered through a degree from Northwest Missouri State University in biology and a Ph.D. earned in pharmacology and toxicology from the University of Kansas in 2017.
Herring, who married Laramie Herring in 2017, began dabbling in herbs in the summer of 2014. She credits her own health issues, including several chronic sinus infections that left her sick for weeks, with seeking alternative treatment options.
“I was on my third round of antibiotics and finally went to a coop with alternative medicines,” said Herring. She explained that the lady in the shop commented that she needed nettles. “She opened her apron up, asked me to open my mouth, dropped some drops in, and the sinus pressure went away immediately.”

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COMMUNITY

Ellis retires after 52 years in banking

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NEWS

Weekend snow causes power outages

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SPORTS

Jayhawk wrestling ties, wins, losses at Humboldt

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