Brooke Eden began cutting her teeth in honky-tonks at an age when most were still going on play dates with pals. Growing up, the Florida native loved singing with her dadâs country band (he was the drummer). At age five, she started playing honky-tonks with them and her love for the stage took hold. By... Read more »
You know what sounds good after a day of shopping? Palo Duro Popcorn — deep fried pickled jalapeÃ±os — and then a Trailboss T-Bone and a smooth glass of Woodford Reserve bourbon. And now that Miranda Lambertâs new Pink Pistol location is opening right by the new Love + War barbeque and music joint, the... Read more »
One Presidential candidate had the sniffles and the other candidate was promoting a book. Â If you didn’t watch the debate last night you would guess it was Hillary sniffling and The Donald hawking a book…WRONG! You’re going to listen to my podcast and you may be shocked to learn that the “sports guy” has some […]
CLASS 6 Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW 1. CBC (12), 5-1, 138, 1 2. Blue Springs (2), 5-1, 128, 2 3. Kirkwood, 4-1, 107, 3 4. Rockhurst, 5-1, 83, 4 5. Jefferson City, 5-1, 82, 5 6. Hazelwood Central, 6-0, 73, 6 7. LeeÂs Summit, 5-1, 54, 7 8. Springfield Kickapoo, 5-1, 35, 8 9. […]
An agronomist in southern Minnesota says farmers in wet areas may need to get creative during harvest. Dan Koehler with DeKalb Asgrow tells Brownfield damage from soil compaction can take up to three years to fix. âPeople are probably already looking at making some changes with tires or tracks on their combines and harvest equipment.â […]
At the recent annual meeting of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture in Lincoln, Nebraska, we talked to California secretary of agriculture Karen Ross about the droughtâs long-termÂ impact on agriculture in her state.Â We also discussed the increasingÂ number of regulations being imposed on California farmers, which many farmers say are excessive and could eventuallyÂ drive […]
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