This must be the yin and yang of a divorce: one minute you're pouring whiskey, and the next, you're moving on.
I did not see this one coming.
Top story: Some Democratic state lawmakers are accusing their Republican colleagues of pandering on the refugee screening process. Bill Wise reports.
Plenty of points were scored at this past weekend’s Show Me Bowl. Â We saw one streak come to an end while two more continue. Â In theÂ 8-man championships, Stanberry’s win over North Andrew gives each two titles in their fourth straight meeting. Valle Catholic won their 14th state title in Class 1, the most of any […]
Packers may be very short bought on cattle, but they are not moving very fast to make offers on this weekâs showlists. It is typical of a Tuesday and bids and asking prices are not well defined. Significant trade is not expected before Wednesday or later. Boxed beef cutout values are lower and choice boxes... Read more »
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Across the Corn Belt, snow lingers across the upper Midwest, where current depths include 4 inches in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, and 3 inches in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Some of the heaviest snow, locally 8 inches or more, has fallen across eastern South Dakota and environs. Meanwhile, mild, rainy weather prevails in the eastern Corn... Read more »
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