Blake Shelton has announced the first dates of his 2016 tour with a Feb. 18 launch in Cincinnati. Shelton, the reigning five-time CMA male vocalist of the year and coach of NBCâs The Voice, has recorded new music for Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits, set for release on Oct. 23. âI’m just so excited about 2016,”... Read more »
Eric Church, Hank Williams Jr., Thomas Rhett - and yep - Fall Out Boy are among the first performers announced for this yearâs 49th Annual CMA Awards.
TOP STORIES: Missouri Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler is surprised that Kevin McCarthy has dropped out of the race for Speaker of the U.S. House. Mizzou students, faculty and staff will be required to complete diversity training. Alisa Nelson reports.
Diversity and inclusion training will soon be mandatory for all incoming students, faculty and staff at the University of Missouri. Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin said the training has been planned for several months. âRacism exists at Mizzou. Itâs not everyone. Itâs not necessarily even overt sometimes, but itâs there and we have to deal with […]
A technology consultant says the tech industry is working to make data more functional and usable for farmers. Lisa Prassack, president of Prassack Advisors, moderated a forum called Innovation in Agriculture at the recent Oilseed and Grain Trade Summit in Minneapolis. She says farmers have access to a lot of data that needs to be... Read more »
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Seed companies are making adjustments as the crop price outlook continues to look bleak. Monsanto says itâs laying off more than 25-hundred employees over the next year or two as it restructures to make up for losses. The St. Louis-based ag/biotech company lost nearly 500-Million dollars in its fiscal fourth quarter, in large part because... Read more »
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