It took 47 agonizing weeks to make the climb, but today Justin Mooreâs cunningly titled âYou Look Like I Need A Drinkâ stands proudly atop Billboardâs country airplay chart. This calls for drinks all around. A glass of fizzy as well for Aaron Lewis, whose Sinner debuts as the No. 1 country album, hefted there... Read more »
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 »
Miami leadoff hitter Dee Gordon said he’d never hit a baseball that far in his life when he homered in the Marlins first at-bat in their first game since the death of their ace pitcher Jose Fernandez. Â Then on Tuesday night, Cardinals rookie Aledyms Diaz hit his first grand slam and now plans to honor […]
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Farmers in West Central Illinois are surprised by soybean yields and finding better yields and overall crop health in fields with a corn/soybean rotation. With nearly thirty percent of the crop harvested, farmer and Pioneer Seed Dealer Jeff Cosner tells Brownfield corn after corn yields are coming in 15 to 20 bushels under the 220 […]
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DeKalb/Asgrow agronomist Dan Koehler covers southern Minnesota, where heavy rains in recent weeks are causing concern heading into harvest. He says prioritizing fields becomes more important when wet conditions come into play. And Koehler tells Brownfield itâs not only crops that can be harmed by too much rain, so be mindful of soil compaction. Â […]