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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

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It’s All About Resonance

Local columnist Jimmy Reed writes about the “king of fruits,” the watermelon, and how he learned from an expert how to pick the perfect melon by thumping to check the resonance. (July 1, 2014, Page 4)

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    Farmers need a few dry days

    Rain poses potential threat to crops. Farmers seek a few dry days to get in the fields and take care of their harvests. (June 11, 2014, Page 1)

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      Changing smoke alarm batteries and clocks

      Do you have those new batteries for your smoke alarms? Ready to move the clocks up an hour? Editor Don Whitten takes a look at the March ritual of changing from standard to daylight saving time and what it means for everyone. (March 7, 2014, Page 4A)

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        Letters to the Editor

        Randy Knight writes to remind everyone to give thanks for farmers on Thanksgiving. (November 27, 2013, Page 4)

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          Them Dad-Gummed Dioxide Crystals

          Local columnist Jimmy Reed writes that there are those better than he is at telling tall tales, and he gives an example of a story about a rainmaker that one of his friends told to make that point. (May 14, 2013, Page 4)

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            M’s Revenge

            Mules, they say, will wait 10 years for the chance to kick their owner once. Tractors, local columnist Jimmy Reed writes, must have the same makeup. (March 5, 2013, Page 4)

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              Loans still available for farmers

              Emergency loans are still available for Lafayette County farmers who lost crops or revenue due to the spring storms that wreaked havoc in several counties. Since Lafayette County is contiguous to the primary natural disaster area, it was designated eligible for Federal Disaster Assistance under the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act.

              Loan packages can be picked up at the Oxford Farm Service Agency office at 2610 W. Oxford Loop although the loans are processed in Calhoun County. Palmer said a loan officer can often arrange to meet a farmer in Oxford if needed. For more information or to set up appointment, call 234-8701 or 628-8732. (August 11, 2010, Page 2)

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