Itâs a big week for Nick Jonas, whose new album Last Year Was Complicated, just debuted at No. 2 on the all-genres Billboard 200 chart. And itâs a big week for Jonas and his friend Thomas Rhett because their new episode of CMT Crossroads will premiere Friday (June 24) at 10 p.m. ET/PT. One of... Read more »
Thereâs no telling how much digging Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard had to do to find the vintage baby pictures featured on the adorable cover of the new Florida Georgia Line album Dig Your Roots. The black and white shots show Kelley on the left in nothing but an oversized cowboy hat, boots and a... Read more »
The Blues have traded goaltender Brian Elliott to the Calgary Flames in exchange for a second-round pick in 2016 (35th overall) and a conditional third round pick in 2018. Â The deal was madeÂ at the 2016 NHL Draft in Buffalo. Elliott played in 42 games for the Blues this season, posting a 23-8-6 record with a […]
Top stories: Agriculture related bills have been signed into law by Governor Nixon. A Democratic committee is in St. Louis today to talk about the national party platform. Alisa Nelson reports.
Some cattle friendly bills have been signed into law by Governor Nixon but other priorities of the Missouri Cattlemenâs Association have not. The associationâs Mike Deering says a tax credit bill for agriculture, including renewable energy and crops, was signed today at the Missouri State Fairgrounds, âOurs, of course, a Qualified Beef tax credit, is... Read more »
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High production levels and increased international competition continued to push U.S. cheese stocks to record levels forÂ another straight month. At the end of May, the USDA says cheese stocks, at 1.2 billion pounds, were up 12 percent on the year and the highest total for that month since 1917. Butter came out at almost 325... Read more »
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