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Langreck: A time to be thankful

Langreck: A time to be thankful

As a little girl, I had many dreams and aspirations of what I would one day grow up to be, including a famous author, Miss America and an Ol…
Otto: Hope in uncertain times

Otto: Hope in uncertain times

We’ll be OK. Even now, saying those words brings tears that aren’t easy to stop.When my mom was dyin…
Blum: Agriculture jobs for women

Blum: Agriculture jobs for women

At the recent Women Changing the Face of Agriculture event, I interviewed two young ladies that have participated in the conference in sever…
Blum: Giving it your all

Blum: Giving it your all

One of my favorite aspects of writing stories for AgriNews is highlighting the work of young people in agriculture, which certainly was the …
Langreck: Gone, but not forgotten

Langreck: Gone, but not forgotten

Ever since I can remember, writing was always the one subject in school that came easily to me, and it seemed I could write a two-page paper…
Langreck: Spring brings new beginnings

Langreck: Spring brings new beginnings

It’s hard to believe that it’s already March. I feel like I blinked and January and February were already gone. However, I am looking forwar…
Doran: Facts over fiction

Doran: Facts over fiction

We live in a strange world, full of irony, parallel universes, hypocrisy and make-it-up-as-we-go tendencies where facts seem a thing of the …