When Ellen DeGeneres had Luke Bryan on her show recently, she started out by asking him the one thing I know he doesn’t like to talk about. His 40th. But he immediately told DeGeneres that turning 40 wasn’t all that bad. “Thirty was tough,” Bryan said. “It hit me pretty rough.” But since turning 40... Read more »
The band Flatt Lonesome dominated the 27th annual International Bluegrass Music Awards Thursday night (Sept. 29), harvesting laurels for album, song and vocal group of the year. Held at the Duke Energy Center in Raleigh, North Carolina, the event also dealt multiple honors to the Earls of Leicester and Becky Buller. The Earls won the... Read more »
Congressional leaders want to delay a new overtime rule by at least 6 months. Â Bill Wise reports.
CLASS 6 Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW 1. CBC (12), 5-1, 138, 1 2. Blue Springs (2), 5-1, 128, 2 3. Kirkwood, 4-1, 107, 3 4. Rockhurst, 5-1, 83, 4 5. Jefferson City, 5-1, 82, 5 6. Hazelwood Central, 6-0, 73, 6 7. Leeâs Summit, 5-1, 54, 7 8. Springfield Kickapoo, 5-1, 35, 8 9. […]
Looking ahead, a nearly stationaryÂ system centered over the Ohio Valley will drift northward into the Great Lakes region during the weekend. The threat for heavy rain and local flooding will continue to subside in the Mid-Atlantic States, as rainfall intensity diminishes and precipitation shifts northward. During the next several days, dry weather will cover most […]
The USDAâs grain stocks report reflects solid demand for corn and soybeans. The as of September 1st supplies were above a year ago, but slightly less than what many analysts were expecting. As of September 1st, 2016, old crop corn stocks were 1.738 billion bushels, up slightly on the year, with June to August usage […]
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