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Ashley Caswell had never been a believer in love at first sight. Then she met Army Sgt. Brian L. Walker, a fellow military policeman at Ft. Bragg, N.C., who hailed from Lucerne Valley, Calif. "He had me at 'hello,'" she said. Like her, he had blond hair...
Misconceptions still linger for the general public in its knowledge of farming Regular readers of this column know that my target audience is the general public and not the farming community. In years past, it used to be a way of sharing information...
Richard Kenneth Nelson, 41, now of Pine City, Minn., was sentenced on May 22 in Montevideo on separate felony convictions for receiving stolen property in Lac qui Parle and Chippewa counties. As part of an earlier agreement, the sentences for each are...
Tags: Crimes, Prisons, Crime, Law and Justice, Theft, Justice System
It really didn't make any sense to put new tires on that 63-year-old tractor. But I do a lot of things that don't make sense. It didn't make any sense to rescue the rusty John Deere A from the weeds in the first place, to resurrect the old girl and...
Watertown: John W. Mohs, 79, of Watertown, formerly of Webster, passed away on Sunday, June 3, 2012, at his residence. A funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 7, 2012, at Holy Name Catholic Church in Watertown. Fr. John Lantsberger will...
Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn.After John Balk died in a tractor rollover on his Scott County farm in 2010, his widow went to collect on the life insurance policy he’d bought from the National Rifle Association just 10 months earlier. The NRA refused to pay the $150,000 death...
Tags: Laws, Lawyers, Accidental Death, Farms, Insurance
Glenwood, Minn.: B&D Rollers now offers reconditioning for worn bogey wheels found on tracked tractors used by farmers throughout the United States, Canada and other parts of the world. With today's larger acreages and equipment, tracked tractors are...
Tags: Consumer Goods Industries, Golf, Food Industry, Sports
The Warner Parent Student Community Network wishes to thank the following businesses and community members for their donations of prizes toward our post-prom and post-gradutation activities April 21 and May 19. Post-prom activities were in our school...
Matthew Waylett has put down his cocktail to adjust the tilt of an Indiana Jones-esque fedora, admiring his reflection in the mirror set up at the bar. It's Men's Night Out at the Manor Tavern, and Waylett has been lured to the shopping event, not so...
The Buckle - Cookies and a gift card giveaway (register in-store) Completely Kids - Egg nogg and a 30% off John Deere apparel and books. 30% off coats, dresses, and Manhattan toys. Cornerstone Interiors - Peach bellinis and beer, as well as hot...
I think it’s time to end our 10-year experiment with faith-based economics. This country is in desperate need of jobs and the invisible hand of the marketplace has been, pun intended, a no-show. The stock market has had so many twists and turns this...
Farm, Field and Garden CorrespondentAcosta native Don Bumbarger purchased his first Farmall in the early 1990s a tractor he is drawn to because it reminded him of a like model that his father owned while he was growing up. "It was sitting in a pasture above Quecreek and all of the...
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