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The Mercury News
Bay Area festivals 2016 celebrate wine, beer, 4th of July and moreFrom spring to fall, the Bay Area plays host to festivals of all sizes. Here is
Bay Area festivals 2016 celebrate wine, beer, 4th of July and more
The Mercury News / Posted an hour ago
From spring to fall, the Bay Area plays host to festivals of all sizes. Here is a sampling, listed by week. Art and Wind Festival: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. May 30. San Ramon Central Park, 12501 Alcosta Blvd., San Ramon. Hand-crafted items including paintings,... Read more
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The Star
Summer brings peak produceof locally grown produce. Squash are swelling. Tomatoes are turning. Peaches ar
Summer brings peak produce
The Star / Posted 11 hours ago
of locally grown produce. Squash are swelling. Tomatoes are turning. Peaches are ripening. It’s a busy time of year for farms across Cleveland County. In the tri-county area near Toluca, peach trees are bearing. Harvey Webb, of Webb’s Orchard,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Bryce really is living the dream, just ask himstalls at famous racetracks like Flemington. When Heys was a teenager his neig
Bryce really is living the dream, just ask him
Herald Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
stalls at famous racetracks like Flemington. When Heys was a teenager his neighbours on the outskirts of Auckland were farmers who had cows and racehorses. He’d milk the cows in the morning and plot ways to wag school in the afternoons. “I... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.Friday. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. lakearielfireco.com. FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA:
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 18 hours ago
Friday. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. lakearielfireco.com. FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA: July 2. North Pocono Middle School, Moscow. Rain Date: July 3. ROTARY CLUB OF THE ABINGTONS FIREWORKS: July 2, 5 p.m. Abington Heights Middle School, Clarks Summit. $5... Read more
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The Morning Call
Gardening: Nurseries will often help repot a treasured plantraised gardens beds, and trees dating back to the '20s. Then the tour continues
Gardening: Nurseries will often help repot a treasured plant
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
raised gardens beds, and trees dating back to the '20s. Then the tour continues to another Allentown garden that marries a "farm-to-table" purpose with a peaceful aesthetic. Explore the gardens and get some ideas for yours. Or if you're not a great... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
TGIF: Your guide to area meetings and eventsJuly 1. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. lakearielfireco.com. FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA:
TGIF: Your guide to area meetings and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
July 1. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. lakearielfireco.com. FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA: July 2. North Pocono Middle School, Moscow. Rain Date: July 3. ROTARY CLUB OF THE ABINGTONS FIREWORKS: July 2, 5 p.m. Abington Heights Middle School, Clarks Summit. $5... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Collett rises to new heightsability. She settled back last start and ran on well so the 1200m should suit h
Collett rises to new heights
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
ability. She settled back last start and ran on well so the 1200m should suit her.’’ Collett partners Untamed Diamond, trained by the jockey’s father Richard Collett, in the Can Assist Cancer Support Handicap (1200m). Untamed Diamond has had two... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Collett rises to new heightsability. She settled back last start and ran on well so the 1200m should suit h
Collett rises to new heights
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
ability. She settled back last start and ran on well so the 1200m should suit her.’’ Collett partners Untamed Diamond, trained by the jockey’s father Richard Collett, in the Can Assist Cancer Support Handicap (1200m). Untamed Diamond has had two... Read more
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News 10 NBC Rochester
Local farmers concerned over lack of rainSuzanne Stokoe/Owner of Stokoe Farms: “They should be growing more, rain would
Local farmers concerned over lack of rain
News 10 NBC Rochester / Posted 2 days ago
Suzanne Stokoe/Owner of Stokoe Farms: “They should be growing more, rain would definitely be very beneficial for us.” Rain, or lack there-of, is becoming a big concern for Suzanne Stokoe, who owns Stokoe Farms in Scottsville. Suzanne Stokoe:... Read more
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examiner.com
Basin Harbor Club marks 130 years as a luxury summer retreat on Lake ChamplainWe come to the Basin Harbor Club by driving down a four-mile Vermont country ro
Basin Harbor Club marks 130 years as a luxury summer retreat on Lake Champlain
examiner.com / Posted 2 days ago
We come to the Basin Harbor Club by driving down a four-mile Vermont country road lined with classically picturesque farms. As we enter the grounds, we are overcome by the breath-taking beauty of the landscape and the surprising realization of just... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Aftermath of Ebolaair smelled of coal-fire smoke and spices and rotting garbage. A dog’s corpse l
The Aftermath of Ebola
The Atlantic / Posted 2 days ago
air smelled of coal-fire smoke and spices and rotting garbage. A dog’s corpse lay bloated in a puddle pockmarked by steady rain. From Our July/August 2016 Issue Deep in the market sat a dim warehouse filled with tables of meat: fried fish, eels,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your guide to area meetings and eventsJuly 1. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. lakearielfireco.com. FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA:
Your guide to area meetings and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
July 1. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. lakearielfireco.com. FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA: July 2. North Pocono Middle School, Moscow. Rain Date: July 3. ROTARY CLUB OF THE ABINGTONS FIREWORKS: July 2, 5 p.m. Abington Heights Middle School, Clarks Summit. $5... Read more
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Weekly Times
Nixon policyto keep all their eggs in one basket. So, they have three instead and still say
Nixon policy
Weekly Times / Posted 3 days ago
to keep all their eggs in one basket. So, they have three instead and still say they would add more. The fifth-generation farming family run three operations, including a 500-cow dairy at Orbost, a beef enterprise on 600ha at Orbost turning off... Read more
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Weekly Times
Stocks dwindle as cold hitsa typical pattern and the colder weather supports continued supplementary feedi
Stocks dwindle as cold hits
Weekly Times / Posted 4 days ago
a typical pattern and the colder weather supports continued supplementary feeding. Livestock producers including dairy farmers are buying roughage despite the much-publicised cut in farmgate milk prices by the two major milk processors. Not... Read more
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Weekly Times
Shower powerONE of the wettest starts to winter in years has proved a double-edged sword fo
Shower power
Weekly Times / Posted 4 days ago
ONE of the wettest starts to winter in years has proved a double-edged sword for farmers across southeast Australia. Up to 100mm of rain has fallen in parts of Victoria and southern NSW in the past week, helping boost soil moisture levels in some... Read more
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Boston Globe
The best of Cape Cod and Island restaurantspastry chef Boris Villatte at Maison Villatte has every bona fide you could wan
The best of Cape Cod and Island restaurants
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
pastry chef Boris Villatte at Maison Villatte has every bona fide you could want. He was born and trained in France, worked for Alain Ducasse, and cofounded Wellfleet’s PB Boulangerie. In this solo venture, he brings the... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Glasscock County cotton survives sandstormA terrible dust storm preceded another rain event on Wednesday last week in the
Glasscock County cotton survives sandstorm
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 5 days ago
A terrible dust storm preceded another rain event on Wednesday last week in the St. Lawrence farming community of Glasscock County that resulted in sandblasting some of the emerging cotton. It was the worst wind and dust storm in 25 years, Allan... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Danish Twist primed to wear Tiarato wear Tiara DANISH TWIST should continue on her winning way in this Saturday
Danish Twist primed to wear Tiara
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
to wear Tiara DANISH TWIST should continue on her winning way in this Saturday’s Group 1 Tatts Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm. Her past four race day appearances have yielded wins in the Provincial Championship Final (Randwick), Benchmark 85... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Rain in western Queensland breaks June recordsWestern Queensland rain a godsend, but still far from drought breaking By Mark
Rain in western Queensland breaks June records
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Western Queensland rain a godsend, but still far from drought breaking By Mark Jeffery, Kallee Buchanan, Amy McCosker and Lydia Burton Photo: Charlie Kidd enjoying a puddle after 62 millimetres of rain at his home Ourdel station, near Windorah.... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich Cup Day attracts the bestup to Ipswich Cup Day, the meeting went off without a weather hitch. The front
Ipswich Cup Day attracts the best
Queensland Times / Posted 5 days ago
up to Ipswich Cup Day, the meeting went off without a weather hitch. The front came through on Sunday dumping volumes of rain across the course and in the process creating difficulties in cleaning up and dismantling the infrastructure. The... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Do it: Your guide to entertainment and events in Northeast Pa.July 1. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. arielfireco.com. FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA: July
Do it: Your guide to entertainment and events in Northeast Pa.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
July 1. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. arielfireco.com. FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA: July 2. North Pocono Middle School, Moscow. Rain Date: July 3. ROTARY CLUB OF THE ABINGTONS FIREWORKS: July 2, 5 p.m. Abington Heights Middle School, Clarks Summit. $5... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.SEASONAL SUMMER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION: today, 1 p.m. Salt Springs State Park, F
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
SEASONAL SUMMER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION: today, 1 p.m. Salt Springs State Park, Franklin Forks. 570-945-3239 or friendsofsaltspringspark.org. FIREWORKS DISPLAY: July 1. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. lakearielfireco.com. FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA: July 2.... Read more
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Business Insider
A 'dead zone' the size of Connecticut is taking over the Gulf of Mexicomeat production in the Midwest. The fertilizer used to create the United States
A 'dead zone' the size of Connecticut is taking over the Gulf of Mexico
Business Insider / Posted 7 days ago
meat production in the Midwest. The fertilizer used to create the United States' enormous corn crop supply drains into the Mississippi river just before blooming, then decaying, in the Gulf. "About 12 million people live in urban... Read more
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The Morning Call
Gardening: The joys and challenges of growing plants in potsproblems. Containers need more frequent watering, new or refreshed soil each y
Gardening: The joys and challenges of growing plants in pots
The Morning Call / Posted 8 days ago
problems. Containers need more frequent watering, new or refreshed soil each year and supplemental fertilizer. The drainage trays must be emptied often to avoid creating a mosquito breeding pool. The selection of plants is limited by the... Read more
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The Coldwater Daily Reporter
Horses die in early morning barn fireof thunderstorms that quickly moved through Branch County.Bronson Fire Departme
Horses die in early morning barn fire
The Coldwater Daily Reporter / Posted 8 days ago
of thunderstorms that quickly moved through Branch County.Bronson Fire Department responded to the 3:27 a.m. call to the farm of Gordon and Michelle Elliot on Slisher Road.When the trucks arrived within minutes, the 100-by-60-foot barn was fully... Read more
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examiner.com
Large hail, tornadoes, and a shipwreck1935, the record for the greatest amount of precipitation for the month of June
Large hail, tornadoes, and a shipwreck
examiner.com / Posted 8 days ago
1935, the record for the greatest amount of precipitation for the month of June in Saginaw was reached. This was with a rainfall estimate of 2.98 inches. A tornado struck two miles northeast of Newaygo in 1975. A tree fell on and killed a 14... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
TGIF: This weekend's entertainment and events in Northeast Pa.SEASONAL SUMMER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION: Saturday, 1 p.m. Salt Springs State Park
TGIF: This weekend's entertainment and events in Northeast Pa.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
SEASONAL SUMMER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION: Saturday, 1 p.m. Salt Springs State Park, Franklin Forks. 570-945-3239 or friendsofsaltspringspark.org. FIREWORKS DISPLAY: July 1. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. lakearielfireco.com. FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA: July 2.... Read more
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Daily Record
Looking for something to do? Here’s a bunch of stuff in Morris Countyflat tree-canopied trail, ideal for both avid cyclists and casual riders to exp
Looking for something to do? Here’s a bunch of stuff in Morris County
Daily Record / Posted 8 days ago
flat tree-canopied trail, ideal for both avid cyclists and casual riders to explore. This acclaimed route traverses forest, farms, and parkland alongside the South Branch of the Raritan River and through small towns in Morris and Hunterdon counties.... Read more
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BC Local News
Algae bloom hits Tofino salmon farmsA deep toxic algae bloom is killing salmon at two of Cermaq Canada’s farm sites
Algae bloom hits Tofino salmon farms
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
A deep toxic algae bloom is killing salmon at two of Cermaq Canada’s farm sites in Clayoquot Sound. Cermaq spokesperson Grant Warkentin told the Westerly the bloom has killed about 25,000 kilograms of salmon stock at the company’s Millar Channel and... Read more
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MLive.com
Heavy, but scattered rain may have come in a nick of time for cropsHeavy but scattered rain that fell on parts of Eastern Michigan Thursday, June
Heavy, but scattered rain may have come in a nick of time for crops
MLive.com / Posted 9 days ago
Heavy but scattered rain that fell on parts of Eastern Michigan Thursday, June 16, may have come just in time for many farm crops this spring. It was getting incredibly dry here," said David Gloer, general manager of the POET Biorefining ethanol... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your guide to area entertainment and eventsArticle Tools SEASONAL SUMMER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION: Saturday, 1 p.m. Salt Spr
Your guide to area entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
Article Tools SEASONAL SUMMER SOLSTICE CELEBRATION: Saturday, 1 p.m. Salt Springs State Park, Franklin Forks. 570-945-3239 or friendsofsaltspringspark.org. FIREWORKS DISPLAY: July 1. Lake Ariel, Lake Ariel. arielfireco.com. FIREWORKS... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Weekend CalendarHours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. (479) 784-2787. GARVA
Weekend Calendar
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. (479) 784-2787. GARVAN WOODLAND GARDENS 550 Arkridge Road, Hot Springs. "America's Splendid Beauty," Tim Gorman, Magnolia Room, through June 30. "Brushwood Dance," Gary Smith, Garden... Read more
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TribLIVE
Antiques & Artisans Festival a chance to ‘slow down, relax,’ organizer says& Artisans Festival a chance to 'slow down, relax,' organizer says Antiques &
Antiques & Artisans Festival a chance to ‘slow down, relax,’ organizer says
TribLIVE / Posted 9 days ago
& Artisans Festival a chance to 'slow down, relax,' organizer says Antiques & Artisans Festival at Whispering Pines Farm Stroll and shop among a majestic grove of tall pines and enjoy a day of rural relaxation at the Antiques & Artisans... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Leelanau, Grand Traverse County Cherry Farmers Concerned Leading Into HarvestWith cherry harvest season and Traverse City’s National Cherry Festival coming
Leelanau, Grand Traverse County Cherry Farmers Concerned Leading Into Harvest
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 10 days ago
With cherry harvest season and Traverse City’s National Cherry Festival coming soon, cherry farmers rely on rainy days like Wednesday. Northern Michigan cherries are only few weeks away from harvest. Owner of Cherry Beach Orchards in Suttons Bay... Read more
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The Mercury News
Secrets to having a no till gardenyet keep weed seeds from blowing in. Let the beds sit, watering when necessary,
Secrets to having a no till garden
The Mercury News / Posted 10 days ago
yet keep weed seeds from blowing in. Let the beds sit, watering when necessary, throughout the fall and winter. In the spring, pull back the covering and put in your plants. The next fall, grow a cover crop in the bed and practice the... Read more
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New York Post
How the Orioles pieced together MLB’s oddest contenderTheir rotation is poor, their farm system is not fertile and their lineup is en
How the Orioles pieced together MLB’s oddest contender
New York Post / Posted 10 days ago
Their rotation is poor, their farm system is not fertile and their lineup is en route to setting the franchise record for strikeouts. Oh yeah, they also are in first place. Prior to this season, just about every odds-making site pegged the Orioles... Read more
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Raw Story
An explanation of the weird weather that entrenched California’s droughtto an El Niño that had been among the strongest on record, but that brought dis
An explanation of the weird weather that entrenched California’s drought
Raw Story / Posted 10 days ago
to an El Niño that had been among the strongest on record, but that brought disappointingly few wintertime snowflakes and raindrops to the Southwest. Snow that bucketed down in northern California during a string of March storms has largely... Read more
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ajc.com
In season: onionsMark Capps and Lynn Teddlie of Straight from the Backyard Farm in Loganville ha
In season: onions
ajc.com / Posted 10 days ago
Mark Capps and Lynn Teddlie of Straight from the Backyard Farm in Loganville have 6 acres in production. They sell their produce at the Saturday morning Marietta Square throughout the year and at the Tucker market in season. Capps is a fan of the... Read more
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ESPN
An intertwined history of Arnie and Oakmontand jackets than anyone in his sport. He always came across as a halfback who h
An intertwined history of Arnie and Oakmont
ESPN / Posted 10 days ago
and jackets than anyone in his sport. He always came across as a halfback who had just emerged season-ready from an NFL training camp. Longtime pro Chi Chi Rodriguez thought Palmer in his prime looked like Gene Fullmer, former middleweight... Read more
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birminghammail
Birmingham Mail breaking news live on June 14and delays should ease. More on the flooding today: One Birmingham hospital de
Birmingham Mail breaking news live on June 14
birminghammail / Posted 11 days ago
and delays should ease. More on the flooding today: One Birmingham hospital declared a major incident today after “intense rain” flooded the accident & emergency department. Patients were transferred to other parts of Heartlands Hospital due to... Read more
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birminghammail
Birmingham Mail breaking news live on June 14Approach with care. A4037 Gospel Oak Road, Tipton- Flooding at Wednesbury Oak
Birmingham Mail breaking news live on June 14
birminghammail / Posted 11 days ago
Approach with care. A4037 Gospel Oak Road, Tipton- Flooding at Wednesbury Oak Road, as well as around the Charlemont Farm estate. Cole Hall Lane- Flooding at the bridge over the River Cole. Approach with care. Coronation Road, Walsall -... Read more
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ESPN
An intertwined history of Arnie and Oakmontand jackets than anyone in his sport. He always came across as a halfback who h
An intertwined history of Arnie and Oakmont
ESPN / Posted 13 days ago
and jackets than anyone in his sport. He always came across as a halfback who had just emerged season-ready from an NFL training camp. Longtime pro Chi Chi Rodriguez thought Palmer in his prime looked like Gene Fullmer, former middleweight... Read more
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Weekly Times
Fast feed fills holeA DECISION to sow rye corn for winter feed on a dairy farm at Sutton Grange thi
Fast feed fills hole
Weekly Times / Posted 13 days ago
A DECISION to sow rye corn for winter feed on a dairy farm at Sutton Grange this year has proved to be on the money. After an extremely dry spring and summer, Brad Broad was looking for a fast option to provide pasture for his milking herd of 200... Read more
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Daily Herald
Sunday picks: Legendary Mel Brooks screens 'Saddles'journeys behind enemy lines of occupied France during World War II as part of t
Sunday picks: Legendary Mel Brooks screens 'Saddles'
Daily Herald / Posted 13 days ago
journeys behind enemy lines of occupied France during World War II as part of the special historical "Rails to Victory" train events this weekend at the Fox River Trolley Museum, 365 S. La Fox St., South Elgin. $15-$16.50. (847) 697-4676 or... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Exhibit focuses on pastoral life in Dana, Upward, Tracy Groveor, as locals call it, bathtub gin. “But we won't be making anything with it.”
Exhibit focuses on pastoral life in Dana, Upward, Tracy Grove
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 13 days ago
or, as locals call it, bathtub gin. “But we won't be making anything with it.” The exhibit also gives a nod to earlier farming techniques. According to Crowell, though apples are the area's current claim to fame, old-time agriculturists dabbled... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
London-area soybean farmers sitting prettyOntario soybean farmers are enjoying more breathing room on the financial front
London-area soybean farmers sitting pretty
Sarnia Observer / Posted 14 days ago
Ontario soybean farmers are enjoying more breathing room on the financial front. While massive U.S. plantings were expected to hold down global prices this year, soybeans — one of the top crops in Southwestern Ontario’s vast farm belt — have climbed... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
London-area soybean farmers sitting prettyOntario soybean farmers are enjoying more breathing room on the financial front
London-area soybean farmers sitting pretty
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 14 days ago
Ontario soybean farmers are enjoying more breathing room on the financial front. While massive U.S. plantings were expected to hold down global prices this year, soybeans — one of the top crops in Southwestern Ontario’s vast farm belt — have climbed... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
London-area soybean farmers sitting prettyOntario soybean farmers are enjoying more breathing room on the financial front
London-area soybean farmers sitting pretty
Chatham Daily News / Posted 14 days ago
Ontario soybean farmers are enjoying more breathing room on the financial front. While massive U.S. plantings were expected to hold down global prices this year, soybeans — one of the top crops in Southwestern Ontario’s vast farm belt — have climbed... Read more
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Daily Herald
Say goodbye to Garrison Keilloror ravinia.org. 4:45 p.m. Saturday, June 11Dairy Breakfast and Stock Show Live
Say goodbye to Garrison Keillor
Daily Herald / Posted 14 days ago
or ravinia.org. 4:45 p.m. Saturday, June 11Dairy Breakfast and Stock Show Live music, dairy demonstrations, wagon rides, a farm-style breakfast and hands-on activities are all featured at the Dairy Breakfast and Stock Show. Area 4H members will... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Country rejoices in Farm reopeningCountry rejoices in Eagle Farm reopening, but jockeys warn new surface may cut
Country rejoices in Farm reopening
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Country rejoices in Eagle Farm reopening, but jockeys warn new surface may cut up later | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this... Read more
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