Austin has kept a pretty low profile so far on this season of Gainesville. He works a lot, attends church regularly and tries his best to stay out of the drama. However, Austin does not mess around when it comes to his family. When he thought his roommate Kerryn wasn’t treating his brother Sebastian fairly,... Read more »
The weather wasnât perfect, but cloudy skies and a little rain didnât deter Lindsay Ell as she spent 24 hours performing on Nashvilleâs Lower Broadway to celebrate the release of her new single, âBy the Way.â The weather failed to dampen her fansâ spirits either last week as they joined with Ell and several of... Read more »
Chicago first baseman Anthony Rizzo said on January 15th the Cubs would win the division. Â That title may have gone to the 100-win Cardinals and Wild Card home field advantage may have gone to the 98-win Pittsburgh Pirates, Â In the end, it was the 97-win Cubs who reigned over both division opponents. Rizzo, Javier Baez […]
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Â Dry weather helped Missouri farmers harvest last week, but the state needs precipitation. Around a third of the stateâs subsoil and almost 40% of topsoil are short of moisture, with another 20% of topsoil called very short. 85% of rice, 81% of corn, and 31% of soybeans are harvested, all faster than usual. 33%... Read more »
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The weekly Crop Progress Report from the National Ag Statistics Service has 81 percent of the Wisconsin corn crop mature, 2 points ahead of the five-year average. 16 percent of the corn-for-grain has been harvested, 7 points behind the five-year average. The crop is rated 79 percent in good to excellent condition. The Wisconsin soybean... Read more »
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