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Effective: June 16, 2019 at 9:26amExpires: June 17, 2019 at 1:26pmTarget Area: Davison; Hanson

Heuermann Lecture w/ USDA Deputy Secretary Steve Censky

Brownfield Anchor/Reporter Ken Anderson will be on the ground in Lincoln, Nebraska for the Heuermann Lecture w/ USDA Deputy Secretary Steve Censky on February 14, 2019. Continue reading Heuermann Lecture w/ USDA Deputy Secretary Steve Censky at Brownfield Ag News.      

Cold, active pattern virtually nationwide.

Unusual warmth will develop across the southern Plains by mid-week, with above-normal temperatures later expanding into the southern and eastern U.S. Meanwhile, a new surge of Arctic air will gradually overspread the northern and central Plains and the Midwest. In fact, heavy precipitation will return at mid-week across California, with rain and snow overspreading the …

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NCBA: Green New Deal lacks information, would impact ag

The head of government affairs for the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association says the lack of detail in the Green New Deal is a concern.  Colin Woodall says it’s unclear the direct impact the proposal would have on animal agriculture.   “When you talk about the sweeping changes that they intend to enact, including the elimination …

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Dairy farmer finds success by diversifying operation

Central Illinois farmer Jenna Kilgus says her family has found success by diversifying their dairy operation. Their operation includes 140 Jersey cows and a creamery, where 6,500 gallons of milk are bottled each week. She tells Brownfield it has allowed another generation to work on the farm.  “In our area we couldn’t just go farm …

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Dollars available for soil testing in Lake Erie basin

The Michigan Department of Agriculture has announced a soil testing reimbursement program for farmers in the Western Lake Erie Basin following recommended nutrient management practices.  Director Gary McDowell says farmers will be able to test and incorporate new technologies to address phosphorus loading in Lake Erie.  He says precise soil analysis can result in more …

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Drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman found guilty on all 10 charges

Zolnierek/iStock(NEW YORK) — Notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has been found guilty on all charges by a jury in Brooklyn federal court. Jurors were asked to weigh 10 counts against Guzman, each with different components. Guzman’s federal drug conspiracy trial started three months ago. The verdict comes on the sixth day of …

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Arrest made in connection to death of woman whose body was left bound in a suitcase

Released by Greenwich Police Dept.(GREENWICH, Conn.) — An arrest has been made in connection to the body of a 24-year-old woman found tied up inside a suitcase on the side of the road in Greenwich, Connecticut. A suspect “believed to be involved” in the death of Valerie Reyes, 24, has been arrested, Greenwich Police Capt. …

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Mitchell poised to launch Community Visioning Project

The public is invited to help shape Mitchell’s future during the Community Visioning Launch Party. Using the collaborative efforts of many Community Organizations, the City has accomplished many of the goals that were identified in its 2009-2010 visioning process and is ready to engage the community in a similar discussion to identify future community goals …

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Conservation practices build duck populations

An American Farm Bureau economist says farmers’ conservation practices have resulted in greater numbers of Upper Midwest waterfowl. “The total duck population in 2018 was 17 percent higher than the long-term average,” said Veronica Nigh, “Certainly that’s something to quack about.” Fears were not realized that Clean Water Rule changes would result in farmers no …

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Major winter storm bringing dangerous snow, ice, rain to rush hour commutes

ABC News(NEW YORK) — A major winter storm is barreling through the Northeast Tuesday, bringing dangerous snow, ice and rain during the morning and evening commutes. Over 1,500 Tuesday flights had been canceled as of the morning. The hardest hit airport was LaGuardia in New York City with over 400 flights canceled. The Tuesday morning …

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Alaska Airlines unveils special-edition “Captain Marvel” plane

Alaska Airlines(NEW YORK) — Marvel Studios’ first female-lead super hero is taking to the skies with Alaska Airlines. The airline recently unveiled a special-edition Captain Marvel-themed plane ahead of the movie release on March 8, which is also International Women’s Day. “We’re excited to showcase a pilot who’s risen to super hero status — an …

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Major winter storm blasting Midwest, East as Seattle sees fourth snowstorm in week

ABC News(NEW YORK) — A major storm is making its way across the U.S. as a separate system dumped 15 inches of snow in Washington, 18 inches in Oregon and 16 inches in Idaho, with Minnesota seeing 9 inches and Wisconsin seeing 8 inches. This was Seattle’s fourth snowstorm in a week and, with more …

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Police search for valuable monkey snatched from Palm Beach Zoo

Courtesy Palm Beach Zoo(WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.) — Police are searching for a tiny monkey believed to have been stolen from a zoo in West Palm Beach, Florida. A 12-year-old female Goeldi’s monkey named Kali was last seen in her enclosure at the Palm Beach Zoo on Sunday evening. Kali, who weighs just one pound, …

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Police search for valuable monkey snatched from Palm Beach Zoo

Courtesy Palm Beach Zoo(WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.) — Police are searching for a tiny monkey believed to have been stolen from a zoo in West Palm Beach, Florida. A 12-year-old female Goeldi’s monkey named Kali was last seen in her enclosure at the Palm Beach Zoo on Sunday evening. Kali, who weighs just one pound, …

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Latest South Dakota Prep Media Basketball Poll

The South Dakota Prep Media Basketball Poll for the week of Feb. 11 is listed below, ranking the top-five teams, the team’s record, points received and ranking in the previous poll. First-place votes are listed in parentheses.   Boys   Class AA Lincoln (23) 14-1 115      1 O’Gorman 11-5 91        3 Brandon Valley 11-4 55        …

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Inside the lucrative child modeling business behind Instagram phenom Baby Chanco

Pantene Japan(NEW YORK) — At just barely 13 months old, a baby in Japan has won over hearts around the nation and the world thanks to Instagram and her full head of luxurious locks. Baby Chanco is a pint-sized bundle of joy who was born in Kyoto, Japan, with a full head of hair. When …

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15-month-old among five shot to death at home in east Texas

KTRK-TV(BLANCHARD, Texas) — Five family members, including a 15-month-old baby, were found dead at a home in east Texas on Monday morning, authorities said. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office received a call just after 10:30 a.m. local time about a woman who said she’d locked herself inside a bedroom after awaking earlier that morning to …

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Mike Pence expected to send message to Iran, discuss Venezuela during Europe trip

Joe Raedle/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Vice President Mike Pence is expected to send a strong message to Iran and discuss the rising tension in Venezuela as he travels to Europe this week for two conferences focused on the Middle East and international relations. At a conference hosted by the U.S. and Poland in Warsaw, which seeks …

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Why the US Navy sails past disputed artificial islands claimed by China

VM_Studio/iStock(WASHINGTON) — Two U.S. Navy destroyers sailed within 12 miles of Chinese-claimed artificial islands in the South China Sea on Monday, and, as expected, the operation drew swift condemnation from China. A defense official said Monday’s transit did not involve any unprofessional or unsafe actions on the part of Chinese military ships in the area. …

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15-month-old among five shot to death at home in east Texas

KTRK-TV(BLANCHARD, Texas) — Five family members, including a 15-month-old baby, were found dead at a home in east Texas on Monday morning, authorities said. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office received a call just after 10:30 a.m. local time about a woman who said she’d locked herself inside a bedroom after awaking earlier that morning to …

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