Enjoy a TV Spring Fling with New Baking and Cooking Competitions and More
Enjoy a TV Spring Fling with New Baking and Cooking Competitions and More
Hi Wilson Communications Customer,

April is prime planting season and a great time to plant yourself in front of the TV! Enjoy a delicious variety of inspiring cooking competitions on the latest episodes of Spring Baking Championship and Top Chef. You can also follow the dramatic challenges of Seattle firefighters on Station 19 and alligator hunters in Louisiana on Swamp People.
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TV Trivia The Question Is Which was the first American TV show 
to have captioning?
The Answer Is A Gilligan's IslandThe Answer Is B The Andy Griffith Show
The Answer Is C BatmanThe Answer Is D The French Chef
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Spring Baking Championship - WATCH NOW Spring Baking Championship
Features Flour and Flowers

Get fresh baking inspiration from this Food Network show. Learn baking hacks from Duff and get an award-winning Hawaiian Lei cake recipe. Win the bake sale with three easy treats.

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ABC's Station 19 Features Heroic Seattle Firefighters SEE THEM PUT IT ALL ON THE LINE here… © 2022 ABC Entertainment
2022 Top Chef - WATCH NOW The Competition Heats Up
on Bravo's 2022 Top Chef

Check out the top recipe from each episode. See eliminated chefs compete for a chance to re-enter the competition. Watch the latest After Show episode to hear the chefs' comments.

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Swamp People Hunt Alligators on HISTORY EXPLORE UNIQUE LOUISIANA LIFE here… © 2022 Discovery or its subsidiaries and affiliates. All rights reserved.
April is National Safe Digging Month
National Safe Digging Month

With the rising temperatures that April brings traditionally there also comes an increase of outdoor work and projects. Whether they are small projects or a large home improvement project, it is important that you call Kansas One-Call before starting any digging project.

Did you know, every six minutes an underground utility line is damaged because someone decided to dig without first calling Dig Safe? Beyond the devastating risks of death or injury, consider the costs of repair, fines, and even inconvenience. From putting in a fence, planting a tree or building a deck, following these 5 steps will save a lot of time and money.
  1. Notify – Call 811 or 1-800-DIG-SAFE or visit www.kansas811.com to request to have your utility lines located at no cost to you.
  2. Wait – Wait two to three days for a response to your request.
  3. Confirm – Confirm that all affected utilities have responded.
  4. Respect – Respect the markers provided by the affected utilities. They are your guide for the duration of your project.
  5. Dig Carefully – If you can't avoid digging near the markers (within 18-24 inches on all sides, depending on state laws), consider moving your project.
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