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WASHINGTON (AP) — Senators from seven states lining the Missouri River on Monday asked the Army Corps of Engineers to outline plans for next year’s flood preparations. The senators wrote in a letter sent to two top Corps officials that...
Tags: North Dakota, U.S. Army, Kansas, Disasters and Accidents, Iowa
Virginia's Wildflower of the Month for August: Purpletop grass, or Tridens flavus This grass is all over the roadsides in late summer, and easily recognized by its loose, open, purple spikelets and distinctive weeping form. Growing to 4 feet tall,...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Massachusetts, Michigan, Florida
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A North Dakota company says it will be taking over two eastern Nebraska agricultural equipment dealerships. Titan Machinery said Wednesday that it is acquiring Virgl Implement Inc. in Wahoo and Victors Inc. in Fremont. ...
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The State Department has concluded that the highly controversial proposal for the Keystone XL pipeline would not have “significant impacts” on the environment, removing a major barrier to the construction of a $7-billion project that would...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsAn Almena man dies in a crash Wednesday morning in Phillips County just west of Phillipsburg. The Kansas Highway Patrol says 20-year-old Jacob Gallentine was driving east on U.S. 36 just after 7:00 a.m., when he traveled left of center and struck a mini-...
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A Cozad man who pleaded guilty to mailing false reports for a federal mad cow disease inspection program has been sentenced to five years of probation. The U.S. attorney's office in Omaha says Galen Niehues was sentenced Wednesday...
Storm Team 12A warm front is expected to rise northward to near the Kansas - Nebraska border by Saturday afternoon then stall out there for the weekend. While the front passes through our area it will spark a few more showers and isolated storms. The threat of...
Tags: Weather, Weather Reports, Kansas
Meagan Kelleher, Web ProducerMany people like to celebrate the Fourth of July by shooting off fireworks and dealers in Missouri say this year, their sales are up 10 to 15 percent. That's good news for the state's economy. Despite a down economy and Missouri River flooding,...
The number of passable bridges for travelers crossing the flood-swollen Missouri River in northwest Missouri is rapidly dwindling, as high water has made traveling to and from Iowa, Nebraska and northeast Kansas a tricky proposition. The bridge over...
Summer gets crazy busy and I, like many, try to shoehorn in some extra events. Wednesday I finagled a way to get to the Governor’s Annual Ag Summit in Sioux Falls. It was a day filled with thought-provoking messages as well as valuable networking...
|(c) 2011, Bloomberg News|CHICAGO -- Corn farmers were unable to plant on soggy or flooded fields from Arkansas to North Dakota this year, signaling tighter grain stockpiles even after rising demand for livestock feed and ethanol sent prices surging. The Department of Agriculture...
FOX 17 News ReporterArtPrize organizers have announced 1,582 artists from 36 countries and 42 states will show their work in 164 venues within three-square miles of downtown Grand Rapids for the 2011 competition. The event will take place September 21st-October 9th....
Tags: California, Michigan, Minnesota, Kansas, Iowa
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