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Better a little late than never, as rain delays strawberry time
Consumers anxiously awaiting the return of fresh, local strawberries may have to wait a little longer thanks to the excessive rains throughout the region.
4/23/2015
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Jones Boys Market specializes in fresh-cut meat and bratwurst
Jones Boys markets its product with the catchy phrase: “We are the Boys with the Brats!”
The family-owned business was represented at the recent Illinois Products Expo where it offered samples of Apple Brats & English Bangers. Jones Boys Market is run by the third and fourth generations, by John and Beth Jones and their son, Dan, heading up the store that opened in 1932.
4/23/2015
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Agritourism bill could shield Ohio farms from certain liabilities
 State Rep. Tony Burkley (R-Payne) from northwestern Ohio has introduced legislation to protect farmers working in agritourism from civil suits stemming from injuries visitors may get going on hay and trail rides, picking apples and numerous other pursuits.
4/23/2015
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American ag groups appealing to EU for biotech approvals

 Several commodity and agriculture-related organizations have asked officials charged with approving new biotechnology products for use in the European Union (EU) to improve the regulatory process.
4/23/2015
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Hoosier livestock judging team seeking funds for Scotland trip
With about a month left, a livestock judging team from Lafayette has raised 60 percent of the $25,000 needed to travel to an international competition this summer in Scotland.
4/23/2015
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Annual Sublette Toy Show also features big machines

It’s hard to believe, but another Sublette Toy Show has come and gone. The show that transforms the town of Sublette, Ill., from 500 people to more than 1,000 one weekend a year, featured Oliver brand tractors and toys this year.
4/23/2015
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50 years ago: Native culture group HQ moving to Indiana
Recalling Our Roots
4/23/2015
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Knightstown Elevator thanking town for support in open house
 In nearly every rural town in Indiana more than 40 years ago, there was a grain elevator that marked the otherwise diminutive skyline, and Knightstown Elevator, Inc. (KEI) has continued to prosper under the steady hand of owner Thomas Haase.
4/23/2015
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Illinois implement company showcases its new building

Beard Implement Co. welcomed its customers, neighbors and friends to an open house of their new building near Ashland on March 14.
4/23/2015
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‘Untrustworthy’ Skinny Cook still OK for baked salad idea
The day my brother-in-law baked the seven-layer salad is a day that will live in infamy for our family.
4/23/2015
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