Nashvilleâs Ryman Auditorium brings out the best in any performer, and night two of Bonnie Raittâs sold-out shows at the historic venue was no different. Raittâs voice was all smoke and velvet throughout her 22-song set, which mixed selections from her latest album Dig in Deep, a tribute to the late B.B. King by world-class... Read more »
Best wishes to newlyweds Randy Houser and Tatiana Starzynski, who tied the knot in front of 120 guests on Wednesday (May 4) at the historic Homestead Manor in Franklin, Tennessee. Celebrity attendees included Dierks Bentley, hitmaker Rob Hatch and Nashville chanteuse Maggie Rose, according to People magazine. Houser’s son West and the family dog Hawk... Read more »
The FDAâs Veterinary Feed Directive rule says no meat from food-producing animals with drugs in their system is allowed in the food chain. Southeast Missouri Congressman Jason Smith has introduced a bill to repeal the rule. He calls it ridiculous and an unnecessary burden. âYou know, some has predicted to cause 130,000 hours of added […]
Top stories: Governor Nixon’s veto of a school funding bill has been overturned by the legislature. The state House has passed a proposed amendmentÂ that would ask voters if unborn babies should be recognized as human beings. Alisa Nelson reports.
Joe Jobe has left the National Biodiesel Board.Â For nearly 20 years Jobe has been with the organization and has been CEO since 1999.Â Since then he helped lead the industry from 200,000 gallons of biodiesel use to over 2 billion gallons projected in 2016. âI want to thank the National Biodiesel Board for giving... Read more »
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A Michigan specialty crop farmer says right now his workforce is adequate, but a major labor crisis would put him out of business. âWe have cut back because of shortage of farm workers.Â Thereâs plenty of farm jobsâwe have plenty of thoseâbut we need willing and able qualified workers to get this job done.â Previously... Read more »
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