When someone like Luke Bryan gets to the top of his country music game, itâs easy to think itâs just about his good looks, his great music or some kind of combination of the two. But itâs not. Not 100 percent, anyway. I think it is all about Bryanâs attitude. “So many people get record... Read more »
You know when a band tweets simply, “(Please watch),” and adds eight sad emojis, the news is not good. So when Little Big Town shared a video on Sunday (July 26), with tape over Jimi Westbrook’s mouth, I had a feeling it was to make the kind of announcement nobody wants to hear: That because... Read more »
Here you go. Â Stories you mightÂ find interesting. Former Pro-Bowler with the 49ers, Bengals and Jefferson City Jays star, Justin Smith is back in mid-Missouri and heâs been helping out in the weight room at Mizzouâs training facility. Â Looks like he may be helping out the Tigers this fall. Â What he’ll be doing and for how […]
Eric Hosmer hit a three-run homer in the first inning and Omar Infante hit a solo shot in the second off Cleveland starter Cody Anderson as the Royals jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead in their 9-4 win over the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field. Â Hosmer hit his 10th of the year and finished […]
Crops continue to improve in Minnesota this growing season. According to USDAâs latest progress report, the condition rating for both corn and soybeans improved one percent from the previous week. 87 percent of the stateâs corn acreage is in good to excellent shape and 80 percent of the beans fall into that category. Development is... Read more »
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It was a great week to make hay in Wisconsin last week; the weekly Crop Progress Report from the National Ag Statistics Service shows six days suitable for field work last week. The sunshine and heat were perfectly-timed for pollination in both corn and soybeans. Topsoil moisture is still in very good shape with 9... Read more »
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