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BUSINESS 13:08PM Nov 21, 2019

Reimagining Rural America: How Can Small Towns Survive?

What will it take to help small towns survive?

Opinion

Dan AndersonColumnist

In The Shop: The Dreaded Sounds of "Sproing" and "Ting"

Two sounds I dislike to hear when working on hydraulic components are "sproing" and "ting." Sproing comes when a valve or multi-piece component is being disassembled. Just as you give
BUSINESS
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POLICY
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WEATHER
03:18PM Nov 21, 2019
Dry Areas are Getting Drier in the Root Zone Moisture Map
Meteorologist Cindi Clawson has an update on the latest root
03:00PM Nov 20, 2019
Not Snow, But Rain for Portions of the Country
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Big Temperature Changes on the Way this Week
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