ICYMI: Here are the highlights from the past week in the country social media world. That’s a wrap for this week. Check back next week for more of your country favorites.
Get artists like Thomas Rhett and Florida Georgia Line out on the road together, and thereâs bound to be some songwriting happening behind the scenes.
In order for teams to become bowl eligible they must be at least 6-6. Â If there are not enough .500 teams, the NCAA can call on 5-7 programs. Â After their loss to Arkansas, that’s how Mizzou finished their season. Â As the program looks for a new head coach, Mack Rhoades has decided to bypass a […]
The state House’s budget committee will this afternoon discuss the governor’s plan to extend the debt on bonds that paid for the NFL stadium in St. Louis, to pay for its replacement. Programming note:Â todayâs live streams should be the last with current equipment.Â Beginning with the debate between Missouriâs five gubernatorialÂ candidates on Sunday, December […]
Wisconsin Corn Growers Association president Casey Kelleher says final renewable fuel requirement announced by the EPA on Monday is a step in the right direction. While the number is below what was in the original statue from Congress, it is an increase from the preliminary rule issued last May and it could be zero. Kelleher... Read more »
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The president of the Minnesota Corn Growers Association says he has mixed feelings about the Environmental Protection Agencyâs finalized Renewable Volume Obligations (RVOâs). Noah Hultgren of Raymond tells Brownfield he was pleased to see the numbers announced Monday were a little better than what the EPA proposed earlier this year. âBut overall Iâm not pleased... Read more »
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