When Jason Aldean was 11, his dad and his grandfather took him deer hunting in Monticello, Georgia. They gave him a double-barrel shotgun, took him to the base of a tree in the woods and said, âJust sit here. Maybe something will come by.â Aldean told me what he was thinking that day: âYeah, right.â... Read more »
Once you get married, the holidays can get kind of rough to navigate. Whose family do you spend Christmas with? What about Christmas Eve? And what if your parents and your in-laws are 1,200 miles apart? That’s what Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher are faced with every year since her family lives in Oklahoma and... Read more »
All Missourians can have their say on what our new license plates should look like when Missouri celebrates 200 years of statehood. Â The new plates will be out in time for the Show-Me Stateâs bicentennial in 2021. On July 1, 2016, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed House Bill 2380, authorizing the bicentennial plate. The legislation […]
Missouri Stateâs menâs basketball team was picked fourth, and last yearâs conference Newcomer of the Year Dequon Miller was named to the Preseason All-MVC second team today, the Missouri Valley Conference announced early Tuesday at its annual Basketball Tip-Off event. The Bears, who return four starters and 70 percent of their scoring from last season, […]
The USDA says six states are responsible for about a half of total U.S. pumpkin production. Illinois is the largest producer, followed by California, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and New York. In 2015, farmers in those states produced nearly 754 million pounds of pumpkins. Heavy rains in Illinois significantly reduced pumpkin harvests last year, yet the […]
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An agronomy manager says green stems on soybeans are causing problems for many farmers this fall. Randy Hagen with Monsanto tells Brownfield itâs often tougher to cut green stems and process them through the combine. âGreen stems are also a bit of a nuisance as they end up getting into the combine with the seed, […]
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