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email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Even with the recent rain and full lake levels Springfield's City Utilities is planning for a drought. Leaders have come up with a new plan on when and how much water you can use in drought conditions. It's because of last year's...
Tags: Water Supply, Natural Disasters
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - From the drought last year to the snow in the spring this year, the changing weather is changing business when it comes to boating, but business owners are expecting a boost this boating season. The current water level is the reason...
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email@example.comFAIR GROVE, Mo. -- With farmers still reeling with the cost of last year's drought, the federal government has stepped in to help. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced this week more loans will be available, but not all farmers say it's such a...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's second term began with a chill. The air was 24 degrees on Monday as the governor took his oath of office. Earlier, he and the first lady rode in an inaugural parade to the Capitol, then watched as a...
The ethanol industry, which was reeling from a drought-induced downturn last year, is making a comeback. "Last year was such a beatdown in the industry," said Thomas Hitchcock, Redfield Energy CEO. "This year is a much better picture." Hitchcock...
To make some extra money, veteran fisherman Jerry Martoglio takes groups of people out on his boat for daylong fishing expeditions in central Illinois lakes, many of which are filled with freshwater favorites like the brassy olive walleye and largemouth...
Beef prices at grocery stores are at near-record levels, but that hasn't led to a huge spike in the demand for buffalo meat. The beef and buffalo industries just operate differently, say folks involved in the buffalo business. While beef remains a...
The price of extreme weather events continues to rise. Superstorm Sandy and the ongoing drought made 2012 the second costliest weather and climate disaster year since 1980, racking up more than $110 billion in damage. According to the National...
Nearly 25 percent of South Dakota is no longer in a drought, a weekly drought report says. Spring rainstorms have eased drought conditions across much of South Dakota, especially in the northeast part of the state where, in many areas, the drought has...
Tags: Weather Reports, Natural Disasters, Weather
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My pachysandra is dying off in patches. The leaves turn yellow, the vines wither away, and the roots rot, destroying the entire plant. This has been happening gradually for the last two years, including before the drought last year. This year it is...
Commercial beekeeper Tim May has worked 16-hour days, six or seven days a week for the past month to get more than a thousand hives with millions of honeybees settled in the countryside of northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Spring has not been...
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