From electronic music, to classic rock, the CMT Music Awards brings the most unexpected collaborations. Before June 8, let's take a look back at some of the most talked about performances.
It happens all the time. Important photographs are ruined by people trying to capture their own photos. I call it “phone face.” And Randy Houser knows exactly what it means. That’s why he and his new wife Tatiana banned cellphones at their May 4 wedding in Franklin, Tennessee. “It seemed like almost every photo we... Read more »
Missouri S&T’s saws their NCAA Division II Midwest Regional run come to an endÂ Monday afternoon, as the Miners lost 10-5 to Southern Indiana in the championship game of the tournament. Â The loss ends the Miners’ best season in school history with a 39-19 record as S&T â the champion of the Great Lakes Valley Conference’s […]
Joe PavelskiÂ tied the game late in the second period and then scored the go-ahead goal in the opening minute of the third period in the San Jose Sharks’ 6-3 winÂ over the St. Louis Blues for a 3-2 lead in Western Conference final on Monday night at Scottrade Center. Â The Blues continue to struggle at home […]
Corn planting is winding up across most of Nebraska.Â As of Sunday, 90 percent of the crop was planted, which is near the five-year average. Emergence stands at 51 percent, behind the 62 average. Soybean planting and emergence are both running behind normal, with planting at 54 percent and emergence at 13 percent. The first... Read more »
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Despite some weather challenges this spring, the pace of corn planting and emergence in Iowa continues to run a few days ahead of normal. As of Sunday, corn planting was 96 percent complete, six days ahead of the five-year average, while corn emergence, at 75 percent, was four days ahead of normal.Â The first corn... Read more »
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