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Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport is enlisting the help of goats to do a little landscaping. A herd of about 25 goats will be arriving as early as next month to munch away weeds and invasive plants on about 120 acres of airport-owned...
WSBT-TVThose who live off the land do so at nature's mercy and after a disastrous drought, farming, for some, is a bleak business. But what if the weather didn't matter? Inside a New Buffalo warehouse, growers couldn't care less if it's cloudy, sunny, rainy,...
DAKOTAS GAS PRICES Gas prices on pace for all-time highs in ND, SD FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Gas prices in the Dakotas are poised to reach all-time highs. Triple A North Dakota spokesman Gene LaDoucer says he expects the state to break the statewide...
Deep RiverSen. Art Linares asks InterPRO Operations Manager Dan Straka about the Deep River-based manufacturer's products during "Manufacturing and Technology Day" at the State Capitol on May 15. The company, which provides rapid prototyping, additive...
ReutersHONG KONG (Reuters) - In a 2010 speech before a packed ballroom of university students in Sydney, Shi Zhengrong, founder of Chinese solar-panel maker Suntech Power Holdings Co Ltd, listed the people who had been important in his rise to fame and riches....
Two women who are business owners in Boca Raton have never met, but would likely have a lot to talk about over lunch. Terry Lehmann and Barbara Levine both founded successful businesses that were named in May to a "Top 50" list of flourishing women-owned...
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — Former U.S. Rep. Charlie Stenholm of Texas will be the keynote speaker next month at South Dakota's annual Governor's Ag Development Summit. Stenholm was a member of the Agriculture Committee during his 26 years in the U.S....
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Daily American Staff Writer, @DA_AmberRState police arrested two people Tuesday on drug charges after finding more than two dozen marijuana plants in Jenner Township. Johnathan Richard Barr, 21, and Mary Elizabeth Beeman, 24, of Houston Street, Somerset, were charged with possession of a...
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Q: I have three planting beds where I want all vegetation removed along with old mulch and landscape fabric. I want to replace with new mulch. Should the fabric also be replaced? How can I prevent the weeds from returning? I want the beds as mulched areas...
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The Hartford CourantOn Tuesday, the town council came close to approving this resolution against a state police firearms traning facility in the Meshomasic State Forest. The following is the text of the resolution that was read, but never voted on since the state...
While farmers are struggling to get seeds in the ground and ranchers are moving livestock to pasture, Congress is stepping closer to piecing together the 2013 Farm Bill. Issues, some big and some small, still divide lawmakers and the process will take...
Graduations Morehead State University — Rachel Susan Pittman, a graduate of Boyle County High School, graduated cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in diagnostic medical sonography. Her parents are Michael and Alycea Pittman of Danville,...
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