RURAL REFLECTIONS It's twilight time.
It's quiet now. There is no snow to move nor grass to cut. When
people had no electricity, they slept more hours and called the time
of restlessness before awakening twilight. Thats were we ar... Posted on 2/19/12 at 3:30 AM
A South Dakota district court judge in Aberdeen has agreed with a farmer from Orient, S.D., that his claim to a bond in the Anderson Seed case should be included in a $100,000 bond payout. The judge overturns a decision by the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission.
SABIN, Minn. — They’re up. Seed potatoes at the R. Schmidt Potato Co., at Sabin, Minn., are just emerging to 8 inches tall, thanks to a favorable planting season. Randy Schmidt says that despite a hard, fast 2-inch rain on Memorial Day weekend, things are looking good — so far.
UPDATED TUESDAY, APRIL 17
The North Dakota Public Service Commission was on-site at Falkirk, N.D., on Monday, looking into the books of the Falkirk Farmers Elevator in McLean County, in response to reports that the company had closed its doors late last week.
Sunflower acreage this year in North Dakota, the nation’s dominant producer of the crop, is projected to sink to its second-lowest rate since 1976. But the executive director of the National Sunflower Association says there’s reason to be optimistic about his crop’s future, both in and outside the state.
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