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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
Iowa Bird Flu Response Team Wins AwardIn 2015, one of the worst animal health disasters in history swept the nation.
Iowa Bird Flu Response Team Wins Award
WHO-TV 13 Des Moines / Posted 2 days ago
In 2015, one of the worst animal health disasters in history swept the nation. A strain of Avian Influenza led to the deaths of nearly half of Iowa's egg laying chickens and millions of other poultry. The response team for Iowa's Department of... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Gourd grief? Rains created problems, but pumpkin crop will still be treatwill be about the same as last year. Retail prices for all pumpkin varieties,
Gourd grief? Rains created problems, but pumpkin crop will still be treat
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
will be about the same as last year. Retail prices for all pumpkin varieties, on average, were up in September and October of last year compared with 2014, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. But growers' prices were down for all fresh... Read more
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Daily Herald
Elgin High honors 39 notable alumniscientists, actors and journalists are among 39 Elgin High School graduates rec
Elgin High honors 39 notable alumni
Daily Herald / Posted 7 days ago
scientists, actors and journalists are among 39 Elgin High School graduates recently inducted into the school's Alumni Hall of Fame. More than 20 inductees and family members attended a celebration Thursday, coinciding with homecoming week and... Read more
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US Commodities Futures Trading Commission
Address of CFTC Commissioner J. Christopher Giancarlo to the American Enterprise Institute“21st Century Markets Need 21st Century Regulation” September 21, 2016 Introd
Address of CFTC Commissioner J. Christopher Giancarlo to the American Enterprise Institute
US Commodities Futures Trading Commission / Posted 9 days ago
“21st Century Markets Need 21st Century Regulation” September 21, 2016 Introduction Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for your kind... Read more
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Philly.com
Arnold E. Denton, 91, vice president at Campbell SoupArnold E. Denton grew up on an Indiana farm during the Depression, and that hel
Arnold E. Denton, 91, vice president at Campbell Soup
Philly.com / Posted 10 days ago
Arnold E. Denton grew up on an Indiana farm during the Depression, and that helped shape him, a son, David, said. "He told stories about getting up early and he worked all day and just collapsed" at the end of the day, his son said. "And that's the... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Obama declares this week Prescription Opioid and Heroin Epidemic Awareness WeekWASHINGTON – President Obama declared the week of September 18-24, 2016 Prescri
Obama declares this week Prescription Opioid and Heroin Epidemic Awareness Week
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 11 days ago
WASHINGTON – President Obama declared the week of September 18-24, 2016 Prescription Opioid and Heroin Epidemic Awareness Week. This week, Attorney General Loretta Lynch and other Justice Department officials—as well as U.S. Attorney’s Offices and... Read more
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Daily Journal
Government files for ownership of dogs in fighting networkWESTVILLE - Dogs forced to fight in Westville could become property of the Unit
Government files for ownership of dogs in fighting network
Daily Journal / Posted 15 days ago
WESTVILLE - Dogs forced to fight in Westville could become property of the United States government. Six animals, described by the U.S. Attorney's office as "pit bull-type" dogs, are currently held by the Humane Society of the United States in a... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Damaged signs remain a problem in the countyThe Barton County Road and Bridge Department has been busy keeping the county’s
Damaged signs remain a problem in the county
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
The Barton County Road and Bridge Department has been busy keeping the county’s inventory of road signs maintained, Road and Bridge Director Dale Phillips said. Since June 1, 48 signs were damaged by either accidents or vandalism and 10 signs had... Read more
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PhysOrg
Protecting streams that feed Lake Erie will take much work, study findsCredit: The Ohio State University While current efforts to curtail agricultural
Protecting streams that feed Lake Erie will take much work, study finds
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
Credit: The Ohio State University While current efforts to curtail agricultural runoff will improve the health of Lake Erie, much more work will be needed to protect the streams that feed the lake, new research shows. A study of the western Lake... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Farmers find bottom line is hardest to grow, as robust harvests suppress pricesextend to the horizon throughout the Midwest in what is likely to be the nation
Farmers find bottom line is hardest to grow, as robust harvests suppress prices
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 17 days ago
extend to the horizon throughout the Midwest in what is likely to be the nation's biggest harvest ever. Aside from a sense of pride in smashing the record, farmers won't benefit. They'll lose money on virtually every cob. It will be the third... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Scarce cash in land of plenty: U.S. farmers adjust to downturnthe horizon throughout the Midwest in what is likely to be the biggest harvest
Scarce cash in land of plenty: U.S. farmers adjust to downturn
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 17 days ago
the horizon throughout the Midwest in what is likely to be the biggest harvest the U.S. has ever seen. Aside from a sense of pride in breaking the previous record by nearly a billion bushels, farmers won't benefit. They'll lose money on virtually... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Scarce cash in land of plenty: Farmers adjust to downturnthe horizon throughout the Midwest in what is likely to be the biggest harvest
Scarce cash in land of plenty: Farmers adjust to downturn
Marshall Independent / Posted 17 days ago
the horizon throughout the Midwest in what is likely to be the biggest harvest the U.S. has ever seen. Aside from a sense of pride in breaking the previous record by nearly a billion bushels, farmers won't benefit. They'll lose money on virtually... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Scarce cash in land of plenty: Farmers adjust to downturnon his farm, Friday near Maxwell, Iowa. The men and women who grew what’s expec
Scarce cash in land of plenty: Farmers adjust to downturn
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 17 days ago
on his farm, Friday near Maxwell, Iowa. The men and women who grew what’s expected to be the biggest corn crop the United States has ever seen won’t benefit from the milestone. Prices are so low that for the third consecutive year, most corn... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Scarce cash in land of plenty: Farmers adjust to downturnon his farm, Friday near Maxwell, Iowa. The men and women who grew what’s expec
Scarce cash in land of plenty: Farmers adjust to downturn
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 17 days ago
on his farm, Friday near Maxwell, Iowa. The men and women who grew what’s expected to be the biggest corn crop the United States has ever seen won’t benefit from the milestone. Prices are so low that for the third consecutive year, most corn... Read more
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FOX Business
Scarce cash in land of plenty: Farmers adjust to downturnthe horizon throughout the Midwest in what is likely to be the biggest harvest
Scarce cash in land of plenty: Farmers adjust to downturn
FOX Business / Posted 17 days ago
the horizon throughout the Midwest in what is likely to be the biggest harvest the U.S. has ever seen. Aside from a sense of pride in breaking the previous record by nearly a billion bushels, farmers won't benefit. They'll lose money on virtually... Read more
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FOX Business
Scarce cash in land of plenty: Farmers adjust to downturnthe Midwest in what is likely to be the biggest harvest the U.S. has ever seen.
Scarce cash in land of plenty: Farmers adjust to downturn
FOX Business / Posted 17 days ago
the Midwest in what is likely to be the biggest harvest the U.S. has ever seen. Continue Reading Below Aside from a sense of pride in breaking the previous record by nearly a billion bushels, farmers won't benefit. They'll lose money on virtually... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Illinois turns to private donors to fix fairgrounds(AP) — Gov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside co
Illinois turns to private donors to fix fairgrounds
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
(AP) — Gov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside contributors for badly needed repairs to the state's fairgrounds, marking another instance in which the Republican former venture capitalist says the private sector can... Read more
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News 8000
Illinois turns to private donors to fix fairgroundsGov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside contribut
Illinois turns to private donors to fix fairgrounds
News 8000 / Posted 18 days ago
Gov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside contributors for badly needed repairs to the state's fairgrounds, marking another instance in which the Republican former venture capitalist says the private sector can help the... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Illinois turns to private donors to fix fairgrounds(AP) — Gov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside co
Illinois turns to private donors to fix fairgrounds
Marshall Independent / Posted 19 days ago
(AP) — Gov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside contributors for badly needed repairs to the state's fairgrounds, marking another instance in which the Republican former venture capitalist says the private sector can... Read more
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SaukValley.com
No quick fix for Illinois State FairBut an Associated Press review of similar efforts shows that it will be far fro
No quick fix for Illinois State Fair
SaukValley.com / Posted 19 days ago
But an Associated Press review of similar efforts shows that it will be far from a quick fix. Private foundations in other states consider themselves successful in raising at most around $4 million per year, while Illinois’ backlog of maintenance and... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
Illinois turns to private donors to fix fairgrounds(AP) — Gov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside co
Illinois turns to private donors to fix fairgrounds
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 19 days ago
(AP) — Gov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside contributors for badly needed repairs to the state's fairgrounds, marking another instance in which the Republican former venture capitalist says the private sector can... Read more
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Daily Herald
Illinois turns to private donors to fix fairgroundsIll. -- Gov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside c
Illinois turns to private donors to fix fairgrounds
Daily Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Ill. -- Gov. Bruce Rauner put together a foundation last month to tap outside contributors for badly needed repairs to the state's fairgrounds, marking another instance in which the Republican former venture capitalist says the private sector can... Read more
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WLKY Louisville
Weekly drought updatein the 90's like today again helping to dry things out even further. The weekl
Weekly drought update
WLKY Louisville / Posted 22 days ago
in the 90's like today again helping to dry things out even further. The weekly drought update has been issued by U.S. Department of Agriculture. It has nothing for our area. The ground is dry, but a bit of rain will easily ease the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Ohio farm's seized baboon dies in state custody at sanctuaryMASSILLON, Ohio (AP) — A 22-year-old baboon seized from a northeast Ohio farm i
Ohio farm's seized baboon dies in state custody at sanctuary
The Marietta Times / Posted 23 days ago
MASSILLON, Ohio (AP) — A 22-year-old baboon seized from a northeast Ohio farm in the state's crackdown on exotic animal ownership died at a sanctuary while in state custody, and the owner is seeking answers about what happened. Cyndi Huntsman of... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Ohio farm's seized baboon dies in state custody at sanctuaryMASSILLON, Ohio (AP) - A 22-year-old baboon seized from a northeast Ohio farm i
Ohio farm's seized baboon dies in state custody at sanctuary
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 23 days ago
MASSILLON, Ohio (AP) - A 22-year-old baboon seized from a northeast Ohio farm in the state's crackdown on exotic animal ownership has died at a sanctuary while in state custody. Cyndi Huntsman of Stump Hill Farm tells The Independent in Massillon... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Baboon seized from Ohio farm dies in state custody More science stories MASSILLON — A 22-year-old baboon seized from a northeas
Baboon seized from Ohio farm dies in state custody
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 23 days ago
More science stories MASSILLON — A 22-year-old baboon seized from a northeast Ohio farm in the state’s crackdown on exotic animal ownership died at a sanctuary while in state custody, and the owner... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
Ohio farm's seized baboon dies in state custody at sanctuaryMASSILLON, Ohio (AP) - A 22-year-old baboon seized from a northeast Ohio farm i
Ohio farm's seized baboon dies in state custody at sanctuary
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 23 days ago
MASSILLON, Ohio (AP) - A 22-year-old baboon seized from a northeast Ohio farm in the state's crackdown on exotic animal ownership has died at a sanctuary while in state custody. Cyndi Huntsman of Stump Hill Farm tells The Independent in Massillon... Read more
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