RURAL REFLECTIONS Finally
I started writing Rural Reflections in November of 2000 when it first appeared in the Yesteryears section of the Sunday Grand Forks Herald. I moved to the Northern Watch newspaper in 2007. I began my ... Posted on 3/23/15 at 7:41 AM
THIS WOMAN WRITES Homeland: The Story of This Painting
The story of the painting, Homeland 1, by Steve Henderson, at Start Your Week with Steve:
Some of those old sayings get uttered so much, we no longer hear what they're saying,
"Home is where the h... Posted on 4/22/14 at 1:27 PM
STAFF BLOG AG RIGHT Ag is mostly, but not only, about making money
Farming is first and foremost about making money. Earning as much profit as possible, in an environmentally prudent and sustainable way, is the driving factor in modern agriculture. If you live in a f... Posted on 8/12/13 at 11:35 AM
AMY'S RANCH SLANTS Memorial Day at the Pringle Cemetery
This past week my husband and I spent a few hours doing some community service at the Pringle Cemetery helping mow, weed eat, and clean up trash around the headstones.
Like a lot of small rural to... Posted on 5/24/12 at 8:00 PM
MARSHALL — Four area individuals have been selected as participants in the next Minnesota Agriculture and Rural Leadership (MARL) Program class.
Joe VanderKooi, a dairy and crop producer from rural Worthington; Louise Worm, an ag science teacher from Lakefield; Doug Westerman, Red Rock Rural Water System operations manager from Windom, and Monica Anderson, a corn and soybean producer from Walnut Grove, were among the 32 members selected for the class.
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