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  • Wet weather making planting, growing soybeans difficult

    Wet weather making planting, growing soybeans difficult

    Thursday, July 2 2015 10:36 AM EDT2015-07-02 14:36:29 GMT
    Once worried about a drought this year, Ely farmer Jim Underhill now has something completely different on his mind. Wet weather has prevented many Missouri farmers -- but not Underhill -- from planting soybeans, and some of whats been planted isnt faring well. Theres a real thin line around Monroe City that some of us farmers got done planting, Underhill said.
    Once worried about a drought this year, Ely farmer Jim Underhill now has something completely different on his mind. Wet weather has prevented many Missouri farmers -- but not Underhill -- from planting soybeans, and some of whats been planted isnt faring well. Theres a real thin line around Monroe City that some of us farmers got done planting, Underhill said.
  • SLIDESHOW & EVENTS SCHEDULE: National Tom Sawyer Days

    SLIDESHOW & EVENTS SCHEDULE: National Tom Sawyer Days

    Friday, July 3 2015 4:17 PM EDT2015-07-03 20:17:29 GMT
    National Tom Sawyer Days continues through Sunday in Hannibal, Mo.
    National Tom Sawyer Days continues through Sunday in Hannibal, Mo.
  • Spiegelhoff taking CEO position with YMCA in DeKalb

    Spiegelhoff taking CEO position with YMCA in DeKalb

    Friday, July 3 2015 3:52 PM EDT2015-07-03 19:52:21 GMT
    Mark Spiegelhoff, the CEO of the Quincy Family YMCA, is leaving to take a similar position with the Kishwaukee Family YMCA in DeKalb. An announcement on Spiegelhoffs new position is posted on the Kishwaukee Family YMCA website.
    Mark Spiegelhoff, the CEO of the Quincy Family YMCA, is leaving to take a similar position with the Kishwaukee Family YMCA in DeKalb. An announcement on Spiegelhoffs new position is posted on the Kishwaukee Family YMCA website.
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