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Quinlan: COVID affects county fairs, 4-H

Quinlan: COVID affects county fairs, 4-H

I’m sad to say that I won’t be taking my kids to any county fairs this summer. Most of the counties around me are closed or doing an alterna…
Quinlan: 5 ways to reduce water runoff

Quinlan: 5 ways to reduce water runoff

Water is a vital natural resource. There are a variety of ways to reduce the amount of polluted water that runs off of lawns and into waterw…
Langreck: Enjoying life in the slow lane

Langreck: Enjoying life in the slow lane

My parents have told me my entire life that I have to be able to “roll with the punches” that life throws my way, whether I like them or not…
Quinlan: Spring lifts spirits

Quinlan: Spring lifts spirits

It’s a hard time for many of us, but spring always brings me hope.The world is coming to life again.…
Langreck: FFA keeps food on the table

Langreck: FFA keeps food on the table

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the country and make thousands of people sick and affect the daily lives of everyone, I recentl…
Quinlan: Farmers continue farming

Quinlan: Farmers continue farming

It’s planting time — normally a time of hope for farmers. Hope for strong yields, better prices and a brighter future.
Langreck: At the mercy of Mother Nature

Langreck: At the mercy of Mother Nature

There are about a million things in the world that I find truly amazing, ranging from the power of technology that allows me to physically s…