ALL ABOUT FOOD Cracked Pepper and Chives Bread Two Ways
There is nothing quite as satisfying as eating a thick slice of warm homemade bread slathered with creamy butter. For me, the process of making and kneading bread dough, normally a cool-weather activi... Posted on 5/22/11 at 12:01 AM
The Minnesota State Patrol and Slayton Police Department assisted in blocking U.S. 59 in Slayton early Thursday afternoon after a grain trailer split down the middle and lost a large portion of its load. The incident happened in front of Schmitz Grain.
ELLSWORTH — When their pagers sound, firefighters need to be ready for anything from a structural blaze to an out-of-control grass fire. However, they also get called to assist in other emergencies, particularly those in which a lot of manpower is needed.
Soybean harvest wrapped up; farmers busy combining corn
WORTHINGTON — Greg Ponto of rural Reading is feeling really good about this year’s harvest, but it pains him in a way. Other farmers in southwest Minnesota weren’t lucky enough to escape mid-season hail storms and late-season drown-outs.
Court of Appeals decision made in City of Worthington vs. New Vision
WORTHINGTON — A decision by the Minnesota Court of Appeals disappointed city leaders last week when appellate judges affirmed the decision made by Judge Jeffrey Flynn to grant summary judgment to New Vision Cooperative, dismissing the city’s claim regarding the grain elevator on 10th Street.
'Nuisance' elevator claim dismissed WORTHINGTON — Fifth Judicial Court Judge Jeffrey Flynn issued an order Monday dismissing the City of Worthington’s claim against New Vision Cooperative and General Manager Frank McDowell regarding the vacant structure formerly used as a grain elevator on 10th Avenue.
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