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Agronomy updates offer tips for growers

Local crop producers are invited to attend an agronomy update meetings that will offer tips on current crop issues.

The meetings will offer tips on how to control large weeds in soybeans, when and how to use fungicides and corn nitrogen fertilizer management tips.

The meetings will start Tuesday, July 6. There will be three meetings held this day. The first meeting will begin at 9 a.m. at the Nodaway

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PuppetFest MidWest in Trenton July 6

Puppeteers from around the world will be arriving in Trenton for the eighth annual PuppetFest MidWest at North Central Missouri College and at the Hoover Theater on July 6-11. Festival Directors Peter Allen and Debbie Lutzky Allen from Jamesport are pleased to announce the slate of performers for this season. This event is funded by the Rumpelstiltskin Society, a not-for-profit corporation created to inspire, strengthen and renew commitment to live

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Back in the fields at last

Dry conditions for the week ending June 27 allowed many farmers in our area of the state back into their fields.

Although these hot, dry conditions are good for fieldwork, some areas of the state are experiencing yield losses, pollination problems, and crop deterioration, according to the Missouri Crop Progress and Condition report. The picture is of a farmer working ground south of Gallatin. [Staff Photo/TLH]

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Halleigh Huffman is Jubilee Day Queen

Halleigh Huffman, daughter of Melinda and Jason Huffman, was crowned as the 2010 Jubilee Days queen. Jubilee Days was held on June 3 at Warsaw. Halleigh is the granddaughter of Bonnie and the late Jerry Stewart and Stan and Pat Huffman of rural south Daviess County.

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FEC will begin telephone survey

A telephone survey of Farmers’ Electric Cooperative members will begin in the very near future and it is important that FEC members take the time to participate in the survey.

"This survey allows the member-owners of Farmers’ Electric to provide us with information that we can use to improve our service to the membership," said Mike Sanders, FEC Chief Executive Officers. "We have changed a number of programs in the

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Eight injured in area accidents

Edna Irene Taul, 65, Gallatin, received minor injuries when she experienced a medical issue and failed to negotiate a curve as she was traveling southbound on Hwy. 190 in Lock Springs.

The accident happened at about 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday, June 29. Her 2000 Ford Mustang struck a ditch and came to rest on its wheels in the ditch off the right side of the road. She was taken to

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Letter to the Editor – Derek Williams, CQNWMO Media/Activities Coordinator

Dear Editor,
We would like to thank you for your continued support of Camp Quality NWMO. As you may be aware, we celebrated our 25th anniversary this year and a task like that is only possible through the continued support of the communities, businesses, and individuals in this area.

We’d like to thank this publication for its continued support of our very special campers, companions, and staff at Camp Quality.

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Letter to the Editor – Betty Hillman

Dear Editor:

The article in the paper, June 24, [page 15 - Marking Time: Remember... 1990] brings to mind my firemen scrapbooks. I compiled the scrapbooks for many years for Roy. Now my son Dan (also a fire fighter) would like those books.

I know where they started, but it seems they have vanished. I have begged and pleaded for them. Most of my calls have been ignored or not

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The Poosey Digest: Enjoy the trip

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from the Ridge.

"Herb, the shoes go."

"The shoes go, I stay."

"Fine with me. I can take anybody on a cruise. There’s nothing in the Royal Caribbean contract that says you have to room with the person you married."

"How on God’s green earth, Freida, are we gonna co-habit a stateroom for seven days if we can’t even agree on what to pack?"

"You

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