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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.
  • Guide to area July 4 celebrations

    Guide to area July 4 celebrations

    Thursday, July 2 2015 4:52 PM EDT2015-07-02 20:52:29 GMT
    Several fireworks displays are taking place Thursday through Saturday in the Tri-State region. Here's where you can celebrate Independence Day with family and friends.
    Several fireworks displays are taking place Thursday through Saturday in the Tri-State region. Here's where you can celebrate Independence Day with family and friends.
  • Commission denies Grain Belt Express plan for electric transmission lines

    Commission denies Grain Belt Express plan for electric transmission lines

    Thursday, July 2 2015 11:20 AM EDT2015-07-02 15:20:26 GMT
    Property owners who opposed the Grain Belt Express direct current transmission line were celebrating Wednesdays ruling against the project by the Missouri Public Service Commission.Commission members voted 3-2 to reject the private companys plans for a transmission line to connect wind generation units in Kansas with a grid in Indiana.
    Property owners who opposed the Grain Belt Express direct current transmission line were celebrating Wednesdays ruling against the project by the Missouri Public Service Commission.Commission members voted 3-2 to reject the private companys plans for a transmission line to connect wind generation units in Kansas with a grid in Indiana.
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