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This summer-like weather is unusual for November and it will be difficult to endure a change to cold temperatures that are coming soon, since December is here. Dana Taylor came Saturday to help me with a few jobs and will ...

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Last Weeks News – Its looking more like winter coming on as the trees are shedding more leaves and there is a chill in the air, with ice one morning last week for the first time this month. J.C. and ...

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Rain and more rain with changing weather here in mid-November! Deer season brought many hunters out for Saturday morning, beginning the gun season. Luckily it didn’t start raining until Sunday afternoon. The election is over so we can expect less ...

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Leaves are falling everywhere so raking is the order of the day around here. Getting accustomed to the time change is taking some time. Daylight hours are shorter and very noticeable! A heavy rain shower came Monday and more leaves ...

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October is leaving us along with cooler weather and lots of falling leaves! In “bare pastures cattle have been eating some of the leaves to survive due to the past months of hot and dry weather and not enough moisture. ...

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We are blessed with beautiful fall weather at the time, giving folks time to do their fall jobs. Grass grows fast so lawn mowing is a necessity for sure. Several farmers have had another cutting of hay. Cattle have been ...

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Last Weeks News – The usual bright, blue October skies have been cloudy the past few days and usually we have had frost before now. Grass is still green and needing mowed again. Perhaps we will have frost before the ...

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Fall is certainly in the air and many are beginning to prepare for winter, as there are loads of firewood seen going down the highway almost every day. Gas trucks have been filling up propane tanks also. Hummingbirds are getting ...

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Our ninth month, September, is in its last week and where has time gone so fast. October has 31 days and it’s a month of harvesting, also preparing for winter months. Soon we will have frosty nights, and will be ...

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The rain showers have freshened the air which was dry and dusty for many weeks. The Historium will be a great place to visit any time it is open to see all the interesting items from the past on display. ...

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