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August 16 09:53 AM
Farmers’ markets are an important part of America’s diverse agriculture sector, providing unique benefits to communities across our nation. They give Americans a chance to learn about agriculture by meeting some of the people who grow and raise our food.
August 02 10:21 AM
Despite the fact that there will be an election in Caddo Parish on Oct. 19, most political junkies are focusing their sights on next year. Interest in this fall’s races for District Judge, Parish Commissioner (District 5), Blanchard Alderman and a home rule charter proposition has drawn scant attention to date.
August 02 10:21 AM
And they told me that the Sunday night services were exciting at Gilbert. I didn’t realize just how much so. I was leaving the services and heading back to my car when my friend Warren “Fuzzy” Kemp grabbed me and held me back for a moment. I didn’t see the baby rattlesnake that I almost stepped on.
August 02 10:21 AM
In the first news item, cleveland.com reports that a 27-yearold man was seen by Portage County Sheriff’s deputies walking down Waterloo Road in Atwater, Ohio. What caught the deputy’s attention was that there was smoke emanating from a backpack that the man was carrying.
August 02 10:21 AM
“Since the 1950s engineers have also cut more than 8,000 miles of canals through the marsh for petroleum exploration and ship traffic. These new ditches sliced the wetlands into a giant jigsaw puzzle, increasing erosion and allowing lethal doses of salt water to infiltrate brackish and freshwater marshes.
July 26 10:33 AM
Ibarra was subsequently transferred to a secure area for further examination. CBP spokesperson Teresa Small told reporters, “When they were patting her down, they realized there was something down there.” Since the condom had already been noticed, officers asked Ibarra to remove her pants and panties.
July 26 10:33 AM
Across the United States, the potential to use homegrown crops in new ways holds tremendous promise to revitalize the rural economy. Innovators across the country – from small businesses to global companies – are creating amazing new bio-based products that we use every day.
July 26 10:33 AM
It seems that a newspaper reporter in Bethlehem made an interesting observation. Near Manger Square – along the main route to the Church of the Nativity, supposedly located on the site where Jesus was born – stood a teenager in a Santa Claus suit. He was ringing a brass bell.
July 19 10:07 AM
Although most Shreveport voters are talking more about their lawn or an upcoming vacation than next year’s Shreveport mayor’s race, the political rumor mill has ginned up as Mayor Glover’s lame duck days as mayor become more and more apparent.
July 19 10:07 AM
As I have reported here several times, methamphetamineinduced explosions and fires are occurring with increasing frequency. The larger meth labs have been exploding and catching on fire for years and years. These labs were usually located in basements, backyard sheds or other private locations.

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