Dierks Bentley lost his father Leon four years ago on June 1, 2012. It was a huge loss for Bentley, and when he was in Chicago a week ago, we had the chance to talk about how the years have helped heal his pain. âI feel so lucky to have had a dad like him,... Read more »
Drew Baldridge browses the soul and country sections at Grimeyâs New and Preloved Music in Nashville when his eyes stop. âEarth, Wind & Fire is one of my favorites,â he says picking up their Greatest Hits. ââSerpentine Fireâ has one of the greatest grooves ever. You look back at music in this time and youâre... Read more »
The Central Missouri Mules baseball team kept their national title hopes alive with a 6-0 win over Franklin Pierce at the NCAA D-II National Championships in Durham, NC on Tuesday afternoon. Ethan Westphal threw seven shutout innings, giving up five hits, three walks and four strikeouts. Taylor Ross pitched two shutout innings. Bennett Oliver went […]
Seven people died in traffic crashes on Missouri roads during the Memorial Day weekend. That’s one fewer than during the same period last year. Between 6 p.m. Friday and midnight Tuesday morning, the Patrol worked 347 road crashes that injured 128 people and included six fatalities. The seventh occurred in a crash investigated by Springfield […]
Warm, wet weather aided the development of corn and soybeans in Wisconsin last week. According to USDAâs latest Crop Progress Report, corn emergence is eight days ahead of normal at 75 percent. The condition of the crop is 85 percent good to excellent. For soybeans, 85 percent of Wisconsinâs expected acres have been planted, with... Read more »
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Rain across parts of Minnesota prevented some farmers from finishing soybean planting last week. USDAâs latest crop progress report says the first cutting of alfalfa was also interrupted by excess moisture, although warm temperatures allowed for rapid crop growth. More than 90 percent of Minnesotaâs corn has emerged, nearly two weeks ahead of normal. The... Read more »
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