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Lower pollen counts should provide relief – until spring
Now constantly there is a
Sound, quieter than rain,
Of leaves falling.
Under their loosening bright
Gold, the sycamore limbs
bleach whiter.
-Wendell Berry
10/23/2014
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Poultry holding court at the Illinois Governor’s Mansion
Harry Lewis,  executive mansion horticulturist, keeps the Illinois Governor’s Mansion gardens in tip-top shape.
10/23/2014
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Oats and raisins, only together, are nature’s second-best food
Almost everyone knows nature’s most nutritious food is milk. Human infants and the young of almost all mammals thrive on milk from their mothers or from other sources, for the beginning of their lives. What is the second-most nutritious, or might I say complete, food? Is it honey?
10/23/2014
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As American as apple pie is career of Loretta Lynn
There are some performers that are so great, so amazing, so much a part of music history, that I tend to be intimidated to write about them.
Who am I to offer my humble comments about those of such greatness. Loretta Lynn is one such performer.
10/23/2014
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Delicious fall ice cream flavors return to stores for season
Ice cream lovers are encouraged to immerse themselves in the season with Velvet Ice Cream’s fresh fall flavors.
10/23/2014
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Pumpkin is nominated to be considered Illinois’ state pie
As harvesting and canning of pumpkins stays in high gear through November, a state lawmaker believes it’s time the highly prized seasonal vegetable receives a bit of official recognition.
10/23/2014
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How to bring some Hawaii into dark Midwest months
When most of us think of food from Hawaii we instantly picture in our minds a roast hog luau. That’s a beautiful mind picture and certainly wonderful eating.
10/23/2014
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50 years ago: Dunreith Packing Co. buildings destroyed by fire
1964

Recalling Our Roots
10/23/2014
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Latest Picoult novel satisfies with bonus of mystery twist
Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult
10/23/2014
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MFB: Give farmers a water rule easily understood
Area farmers and landowners learned more about a rule that could change how water is managed, during a forum last week in Reed City
10/23/2014
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