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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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What an enjoyable Monday morning with fall temperatures, reminding us fall is here and revived since the heat of the summer months.  There is a lot of grass to cut now since the rain a week ago. An enjoyable trip ...

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At last we have had rain and moisture in the air instead of heat and dry air for the past months. The rain is needed badly. The grass was green almost overnight, but now the forecast is for hot and ...

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With some moisture grass is green again and is a welcome sight. Maybe fall weather will be much better than the past summer. The rain showers Sunday night and cloudy skies Monday began a recovery from the dry months of ...

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It seemed like the “dog days of summer” with the dry and hot July and August up to the present time. Very little lawn mowing was done, trees were losing their leaves and “dog fennel” grows rampant this month. A ...

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Another week of dry weather and it is not just in our area, but widespread according to the news. Perhaps there will be some moisture soon as its times to plant turnips and parsnip seeds. I believe Kirs Ledbetter must ...

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We had a good rain shower Saturday night and need more. The drought has caused oak trees to die along with others and shrubs, grass and other vegetation. I had a phone conversation with Geneva King, in Hollister, who is ...

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It is hard to see shade trees and shrubs dying from lack of moisture. I can’t remember the drought of 1954 causing the loss of trees. This year it has been of longer duration and high temperatures. Congratulatiions to Bobby ...

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