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Many times the weather forecasters have predicted a snow Armageddon. Most of the time they are wrong. Not this time, giving Connie and I the perfect excuse to remain safely inside our humble abode … more
Get ready for a big word: Heterosis. I heard that word at meetings of cattle farmers this weekend. I haven’t heard that word used much in farm meetings for several years. It’s coming … more
To the Editor:   Many people have experienced the Rosebud Community Fireworks show. It is without a doubt one of the best fireworks shows and it draws thousands of people to our little … more
We are a nation of immigrants, but our laws, and our borders, must be respected. A government that cannot secure its own borders is a government that isn’t doing its job. Whether it’s … more
I was first introduced to the famous motivational speaker and author Zig Ziglar during the summer of 1980, when I sold books door to door in West Virginia.  Zig — I’m sure … more
I heard a news report when I started my car. The tail end of a brief said that Sears would close over 200 more stores in 2019. My clue of a problem was a recent visit to Columbia Mall. Brown paper … more
An important word in any language is thanks. In Spanish it’s gracias. The French say merci or merci beaucoup for thank you very much. Italian is close to Spanish with grazie. Germans say danke … more
Winter ‘tis time for farmers to meet. One after another, farm events stack up. There are MU Extension events, farm organization meetings and even heifer sales. Now, the Governor’s … more
Christmas time can be hectic and busy with gifts to purchase, friends and family to see plus extra strain at work. It’s no different for those of us at Warden Publishing. In case you … more
Every person is a subject and every person is a writer. No one should neglect their job of recording their life. Then, record the lives of those closest to you. Record your own history and that … more
Francis B. Church, editor of the New York Sun in 1897, printed his re-ply to a little girl’s question, “Is there a Santa Claus?” And “Yes, Vir-gin-ia, there is a Santa … more
“Management intensive” gained fame as part of what MU grazing schools teach. A big part of that grazing method is to divide large pastures into smaller grazing paddocks. Each paddock … more
The Christmas season is upon us. In fact Christmas day is less than two weeks away causing many of us to become a little stressed. But, it‘s all worth it because of the time we will spend with … more
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