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They've already been available for several seasons, but grafted tomatoes are readily available this season. Wat's so special about grafting tomatoes? Let's start with what grafting is. Long used in the orchard and ornamental markets, the process involves...
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BIGGSVILLE, Ill. (AP) - Clark Kelly plans to spend a lot of time on the links this spring. The Illinois farmer is plowing the Hend-Co-Hills Golf Course near tiny Biggsville into a cornfield. He's not the only one turning over soil in unlikely places....
Upcoming Public Government Meetings - Stanford Planning and Zoning: 6 p.m. May 23 at L&N Depot - Lincoln County Board of Education (no action): 6:30 p.m. May 23 at the Board of Education office. “Big Train” singing at Beiting Hall...
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email@example.comBacteria that sickened 79 Tri-State-area residents who consumed unpasteurized milk in early 2012 is the focus of a newly released report authored in part by researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Campylobacter jejuni...
Finally giving up on developing taxpayer-owned Mecca Farms, Palm Beach County commissioners Tuesday approved pursuing a $26 million deal to sell the former citrus groves to the state for water storage as well as a public shooting range. The price of the...
Daily American correspondentArnie Weidner, who died Tuesday, never knew a stranger. In fact, this Korean War veteran and Allegheny Township farmer could tell the most interesting and colorful stories about his life. He had friends everywhere – at the Veterans Home...
Take the challenge The big finish As running events go, few set themselves apart like the Soldier Field 10 Mile. The 10th-anniversary course makes its way along the lakefront and then finishes, spectacularly, on the 50-yard line of Soldier Field, with...
firstname.lastname@example.orgChristopher Steiffel Smith ended up dying in a poorhouse, but the town he founded 200 years ago — Smithsburg — is thriving today. Smith, who had been a stone mason, was believed to be in his early 60s when he bought Shadrach’s Lot...
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Special to The Herald-MailThis is the 198th in a series of articles about the historical and architectural treasures of Washington County. Mills Road runs generally north/south between Burnside Bridge and Harpers Ferry roads, near land crossed during the Battle of Antietam....
|TV SPORTS| |SUNDAY| Soccer--Premier League, teams to be announced, 9:30 a.m. (ESPN2); MLS, Los Angeles at New York, 12:10 p.m. (ESPN2) Auto Racing--Indy Racing League, IndyCar Indianapolis 500 Bump Day, 11 a.m. (NBCSN); Drag Racing, NHRA Kansas...
Among the most intriguing May peaches are three patented by Alan and Lori Asdoorian of Kingsburg, whose century-old Island Farms lies between two branches of the Kings River, southeast of Fresno. Because of the short period from bloom to harvest, May...
The free egg salad sandwiches served at the farm auction on the north edge of Aurora in eastern South Dakota about 1922 was the culprit, ushering in ptomaine poisoning. Then there was the infamous Ed Ziebarth sale near Elkton in February 1931. At that...
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