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Linus Doll of Fond du Lac writes a monthly community column for The Reporter. This is his 126th column.

Judy Goldsmith, former president of the National Organization for Women, marched with Coretta Scott King, lobbied the nation's leaders for reform.

The company was first founded in 1859 by John Bonnell. It is now celebrating 160 years, while continuing to innovate.

The National Milk Producers Federation today commended Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue for actions intended to provide relief to farmers impacted by significant flooding and rain this spring. The Department of Agriculture has announced that farmers who planted cover crops on prevented-plant acres will be able to hay, graze, and chop their fields as early as [...]

This episode is on stress management with Becca and Dan from the Country Doctor Nutritional Center. This was unfortunately, at least at the time of this recording, the last episode that we did with Becca. She moved on to other opportunities but we wish her the very best, think of her and miss her very much, and who knows maybe she will pop in for a visit on a future episode:-)

El Niño chances no better than a coin toss April living up to its rainy reputation Green flash seen across Southern California Early Atlantic hurricane forecasts fewer storms Severe storms leave path of destruction Tornado threat especially high across the South
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The USDA says the national corn and soybean planting paces advanced last week, but remain significantly slower than normal. Some key U.S. growing areas did see a drier weather pattern, with rain in many forecasts for parts of the Midwest and Plains this week. As of Sunday, 83% of corn is planted, compared to the …

Jul. corn closed at $4.20 and 1/2, up 5 and 3/4 centsJul. soybeans closed at $8.68 and 3/4, down 1 centJul. soybean meal closed at $315.90, down $1.80Jul. soybean oil closed at 27.76, up 54 pointsJul. wheat closed at $5.10, up 19 and 1/4 centsJun. live cattle closed at $107.60, down 25 centsJun. lean hogs …