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Veterinarian recounts love of pet dogs over the years
The Bookworm Sez: It’s really quite trite to say "I laughed, I cried" at this book. I know it is, but I can’t help it: that about sums up what I found in All Dogs Go to Kevin.
7/23/2015
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Management, knowledge are needed to grow hops

Ohio Farm News:

Whether growing in the garden or in a commercial planting, hop growing requires management and knowledge to be successful.

7/23/2015
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Ice cream treats delight most palates on summer days

After splashing in the pool, rooting on your favorite team or playing in the backyard, nothing beats the end of a long summer day like a cool, classic treat. So grab the kids, some bowls, spoons and the trusty old ice cream scoop – and dig in.

7/23/2015
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Cupcakes are easy snacks, with no icing and little mess
Skinny Cooks Can't Be Trusted: Hey, it’s cream cheese cupcake time! Cupcakes are wonderful for picnics, patio dining, desserts to go with summer meals and snacks. They’re also a good way to keep from over-indulging, since it’s easy to keep count of how many you want to eat at a time.
7/23/2015
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What kind of God is God, and how is He presented?
Bible Speaks: I must say as the weeks have come and gone, I have come to the conclusion that Micah’s prophetic utterances are among the most important for Christians, for he points the way to answers that followers of Jesus Christ are as much in need of as those to whom Micah brought God’s message.
7/23/2015
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Learning lessons of God from motherless kittens
Verses from Mama: God never forgets His children. It is such a comfort to know that our All-Sufficient God knows our name, sees us wherever we are, and has the power to meet our needs.
7/23/2015
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Central Illinois collectors join Shriners for a fundraiser
Wrenching Tales: Calvin Elder’s farmhouse in Mount Auburn, Ill., was the scene of the Ansar Ag Corps’ annual tractor drive, an event near and dear to Calvin and his wife, Sandee’s, hearts. When their daughter Brianna was born she was missing her hip socket and required surgery at age 15 months and then again at the age of 12.
7/23/2015
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Go beyond a family tree, explore the musical tree
Rural Route Music: The music that has been a part of my life has shaped me as much as my family members, and I suspect that is the same for many of us in tune with our musical being.
7/23/2015
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Country weddings, celebrations some of the best of rural living
Farm and Ranch Life: Rural neighborhood celebrations like weddings, grand openings of new businesses, farmhouse-warming parties, even funerals – they all are cultural ceremonies that bind farmers and rural community neighbors together to celebrate the continuation of life.
7/23/2015
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Farm World celebrates 60 years in publication

On Feb. 15, 1955, Tom and Peg Mayhill planned to expand their small publishing business in Knightstown, Ind. by starting a farm-focused newspaper called The Eastern Indiana Farmer.
2/11/2015
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