Kacey Musgravesâ Pageant Material lives up to its title by debuting at No. 1 this week on Billboardâs country albums chart. It achieves that eminence via first-week sales of 54,752 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. That total was sufficient to secure Musgraves the No. 3 spot on the Billboard 200 all-genres rankings. And another round... Read more »
Whatâs on your Fourth of July playlist? Maybe itâs Lee Greenwood‘s durable âGod Bless the U.S.A.â and Elvis Presleyâs take on Mickey Newburyâs arrangement of âAmerican Trilogy.â Or maybe itâs the two very different takes following the attacks of 9/11 — Toby Keithâs no-holds-barred âCourtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)â and... Read more »
High school students and athletes have so much more on their plates than us adults did when we were growing up, especially when it comes to sports. Â Now, everything is specialized, season’s are longer, training is harder and for those high school kids who still play multiple sports, the challenges and demands are even greater. […]
Missouri State menâs basketball coach Paul Lusk put the finishing touches on his teamâs 2015-16 non-conference schedule. The 12-games will feature up to seven opponents that finished in the top 60 of the NCAAâs RPI last season with six NCAA Tournament foes and nine postseason qualifiers in all lined up for potential matchups with the […]
The main item of business in cattle country on Monday is the collection of the new showlists. This weekâs offering should be near steady to somewhat larger than last week. Private sources are reporting a few asking prices around 153.00 in the South and 245.00 plus in the North. Packers and feedlot operators are anxious... Read more »
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Â The USDA reports soybean export inspections for the week ending July 2nd were above whatâs needed weekly to meet USDA projections for the current marketing year, while corn and wheat were short of their respective marks. Wheat came out at 368,818 tons, up 8,226 from the week ending June 25th, but down 113,103 from... Read more »
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