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

‘Missed the drone by about 30 feet’: Operations resume at Newark Airport after drone activity, FAA says

Tomsmith585/iStock(NEW YORK) — Officials have now resumed operations after a ground stop had been ordered at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey due to drone activity, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. Two drones were seen about 3,500 feet above Teterboro Airport in Bergen County, New Jersey, FAA spokesman Greg Martin told ABC News. …

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‘Missed the drone by about 30 feet’: Ground stop ordered at Newark Airport due to drone activity, FAA says

Tomsmith585/iStock(NEW YORK) — A ground stop has been ordered at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey due to drone activity, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. Two drones were seen about 3,500 feet above Teterboro Airport in Bergen County, New Jersey, FAA spokesman Greg Martin told ABC News. Pilots described seeing what “looks like …

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NPPC infuriated EU won’t include ag in trade negotiations

The National Pork Producers Council is infuriated the European Union is refusing to include agriculture in trade negotiations with the U.S. NPPC vice president of global government affairs Nick Giordano says it’s unacceptable the European Commission recently issued draft negotiating mandates that don’t include ag. He tells Brownfield the EU must account for tariff and …

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Gov. Parson will be ‘really aggressive’ with rural connectivity

Missouri Governor Mike Parson says he’ll be “really aggressive” with almost $5 million in the state budget augmenting federal money to improve rural broadband connectivity in Missouri. “It’s important to me to make sure every kid and every community has the opportunity to do their business from their home towns and where they live,” Governor …

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Dryness in Brazil friendly to corn

A grain marketing consultant says continued dryness in Brazil is friendly to corn prices. Dr. Michael Cordonnier tells Brownfield the outlook for second-crop Safrina corn is concerning if weather patterns stay dry. “They’ve planted about six percent of that corn, which is record-fast. But, there are reports some guys are waiting for more consistent rains …

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Tax conformity a priority for Minnesota Farm Bureau

Minnesota Farm Bureau continues to seek changes to the state tax code to conform with the federal government. Farm Bureau director of public policy Amber Hanson-Glaeser says last year efforts in the legislature to bring Minnesota’s Section 179 equipment expensing rule in line with the federal tax provision fell short. “We did see that bill …

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Ground stop ordered at Newark Airport due to drone activity, source says

Tomsmith585/iStock(NEW YORK) — A ground stop has been ordered at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey due to drone activity, according to a senior federal aviation source. Two drones were seen about 3,500 feet above Teterboro Airport in Bergen County, New Jersey, the source told ABC News. Some flights are being held at their …

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City of Mitchell proposes purchasing 330 acres of land near Lake Mitchell

Mayor Bob Everson is proposing a major property purpose near Lake Mitchell. The City Council will consider approval at a special meeting Wednesday evening at 6 pm in council chambers.

Yosemite National Park hikers trapped in crevasse get helicopter rescue

Central Division Air Operations(NEW YORK) — Video has been released of two hikers being rescued by helicopter after getting trapped at Yosemite National Park. The rescue took place on the morning of Jan. 16, after the pair got stuck in a crevasse on the North Dome the night before. In a video posted on the …

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Uber Eats will soon be able to deliver your Starbucks

BalkansCat/iStock(NEW YORK) — If you’re in need of your Starbucks fix, and don’t have an intern to fetch it for you, Uber Eats will soon have your back. The coffee giant has inked a deal with the fastest growing meal delivery service in the U.S. that will allow its drivers to send you your joe, …

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Uber Eats will soon be able to deliver your Starbucks

BalkansCat/iStock(NEW YORK) — If you’re in need of your Starbucks fix, and don’t have an intern to fetch it for you, Uber Eats will soon have your back. The coffee giant has inked a deal with the fastest growing meal delivery service in the U.S. that will allow its drivers to send you your joe, …

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Uber Eats will soon be able to deliver your Starbucks

BalkansCat/iStock(NEW YORK) — If you’re in need of your Starbucks fix, and don’t have an intern to fetch it for you, Uber Eats will soon have your back. The coffee giant has inked a deal with the fastest growing meal delivery service in the U.S. that will allow its drivers to send you your joe, …

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Soybeans, corn down, watching South America

Soybeans were lower on profit taking and technical selling, closing towards the middle of the day’s range. Business could be choppy with the U.S. and China scheduled to meet next week for Cabinet-level trade talks. Aside from protracted negotiations, concerns about African Swine Fever and China’s economy could also limit demand. The trade dispute is …

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Farmers bear impact as shutdown continues

Most farmers feel some impact from the government shutdown, now in its second month. There is a widespread effect because of spotty USDA information that normally drives market transactions, according to Kevin Ross, a farmer from southwest Iowa. “All the farmers are somewhat impacted by the current situation with numbers not coming out of the …

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Stranger describes ‘really insane’ bachelor party after he was invited by mistake

ABC(NEW YORK) — The Arizona man who made national headlines after he raised the funds to attend the bachelor party of a total stranger described the atmosphere at a ski resort in rural Vermont over the weekend as “really insane.” Will Novak, 35, was invited to the bachelor weekend for Angelo Onello by mistake after …

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American arrested in Russia as a spy had ‘state secrets’ on him, lawyer says

Family handout(MOSCOW) — The Russian lawyer for Paul Whelan, the former U.S. Marine held on espionage charges in Russia, has said Whelan had materials considered “state secrets” on him when he was detained by Russian intelligence officers, but said he had been given them without his knowledge. Whelan appeared in a Moscow court on Tuesday …

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DACA to continue with Supreme Court mum on Trump request to act now

dkfielding/iStock(WASHINGTON) — As it concludes its January session, the Supreme Court is taking no action on cases involving the DACA program, leaving in place for at least several more months protections for 700,000 immigrants who came to the U.S. illegally as children. President Donald Trump moved to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals initiative …

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US service member killed in Afghanistan

KeithBinns/iStock(WASHINGTON) — A U.S. service member has been killed in Afghanistan, the NATO-led coalition in that country said Tuesday, but no other details were made available about the circumstances of the service member’s death. It is the second U.S. military death in Afghanistan in a week and this year. “One U.S. service member was killed …

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Tentative deal reached in LA teachers strike offers higher salaries, smaller class sizes

ogolne/iStock(LOS ANGELES) — The union representing striking Los Angeles teachers reached a tentative deal with the school district Tuesday that includes increasing teachers’ pay and shrinking their class sizes. “This is a good agreement. This is a historic agreement,” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said. The mayor does not have authority over the school district …

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More U.S. soybeans off to China

More U.S. soybeans are headed to China. The USDA says 416,408 tons of beans left U.S. ports during the week ending January 17th, on the way to China ahead of Cabinet-level trade talks scheduled to start next week. AgriVisor senior market analyst Dale Durchholz tells Brownfield export information is hard to come by because of …

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