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After Collin Peterson, the former chairman of the House Ag Committee, lost his Nov. 2020 reelection bid to Republican challenger Michelle Fisc…

Forty years ago, two editors at Successful Farming magazine, Gene Johnston and Dean Houghton, won most major ag journalism awards with a story…

Forty years ago, two editors at Successful Farming magazine, Gene Johnston and Dean Houghton, won most major ag journalism awards with a story…

The beginning of a new year, and the advent of a new legislative session, is a time of deep reflection for me. Seemingly more than ever there …

For the record I am not in favor of what happened Jan. 6 in DC. I am typically not in favor of much of anything that happens in DC.

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In a year that has devastated our families and economies, the vulnerable paid a heavy price. For many of us finding a way to combat the virus …

Maybe it’s the time of year or the pandemic, but in December, we all tend to evaluate the past 12 months, what we’ve experienced.

Many years ago, I used my first-ever paid week of vacation to travel west to visit best friends who’d settled in the Bay Area of California.

Like you, I do not like inaccurate or biased reporting. For more than 30 years, objectivity and truthful reporting have been the underpinnings…

One of the perennial certainties of any election season is how pundits chew over the politics of losing campaigns rather than discuss the poli…

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Forty years ago, two editors at Successful Farming magazine, Gene Johnston and Dean Houghton, won most major ag journalism awards with a story…

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The beginning of a new year, and the advent of a new legislative session, is a time of deep reflection for me. Seemingly more than ever there …

For the record I am not in favor of what happened Jan. 6 in DC. I am typically not in favor of much of anything that happens in DC.

  • Updated

In a year that has devastated our families and economies, the vulnerable paid a heavy price. For many of us finding a way to combat the virus …

Maybe it’s the time of year or the pandemic, but in December, we all tend to evaluate the past 12 months, what we’ve experienced.