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Rising turkey prices are no boon to farmers

Minnesota farmers raise about 45 million turkeys per year on more than 500 farms, according to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. The price for these birds has steadily increased this year as demand increased after being slowed by the pandemic last year when fewer families gathered and restaurants were empty. …

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Badosa: Embracing the New Normal

Paula Badosa has an immediate plan for the offseason – turn off his phone – and has made up a major ambition for next season. In the first all-Spanish semi-final in WTA Finals history, Garbine Muguruza beat Badosa 6-3, 6-3. Coach Ljubicic: Federer likely won’t play at Australian Open Badosa, …

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Kraken Notebook: Keeping the queues together proves difficult during the pandemic

It feels like the Kraken haven’t had a true full roster at any point this season. They may have to get used to it. Thursday marked Jared McCann’s return from the COVID-19 list. After a near-outbreak situation at the start of the season and McCann in protocol for the second …

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Donate Time as Thanksgiving Break Begins Nov 24 | Now

The following message regarding the Thanksgiving holiday has been sent to the Drexel community: As you begin to plan to spend Thanksgiving with your friends and loved ones, we thank you all for your contributions and your commitment to keeping our university strong, innovative, and united with a common goal. …

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Sixth-grade students at Pioneer Middle School will learn remotely for the rest of the week due to COVID absences

TOWNSHIP OF PLYMOUTH, Michigan. – Students from sixth to College of Pioneers in Township of Plymouth will switch to distance learning for the remainder of the week due to a high number of COVID-related absences, officials said. In a message sent to families, school officials said there had been an …

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Parts of Vilano Beach are washed away by waves from the northeast, despite renovation efforts

ST. JOHN COUNTY, FL – The higher than normal tide, along with heavy rains from a passing northeast, worried oceanfront residents about beach erosion, especially in St. Johns County . As the rising tide recedes, it carries some of the beaches with it – a familiar sight to beach residents …

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Warm weather in November in Manitoba

BIG TIP – A sunny and unusually warm start to November caused people to embrace the heat as winter approached, but it also raised concerns about the impacts of climate change. As daytime temperatures rose above normal in southern Manitoba on Thursday, Dale LaMonica and Nick Jeninga hit the ties …

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Shawn Vestal: If money is talk, this election was a roar

Four people ran for Spokane City Council in this election. On their own, under laws that limit donations to candidates, each has raised roughly the same amount of money – in the order of $ 90,000. In that sense, there was a level playing field in terms of the candidates’ …

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Prolonged lifting delays reduce the chances of a good yield

Some pictures may be worth 1,000 words, as the old saying goes, but the one presented here needs some explanation. At first glance, this seems like an overwhelming conclusion. A plant spike emerging within a window nine to 14 days or more after the first plants emerge is a failure, …

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Trick-or-treat 2021: Halloween “more normal” for Chicago kids with candy, costumes, Roseland Community Hospital “Trunk or Treat”

CHICAGO (WLS) – Many hailed Sunday as a more normal Halloween celebration. Five-year-old Aria Perkins said she was very happy to start playing again. She was one of dozens of children in the “Trunk or Treat” at Roseland Community Hospital. Hospital employees have transformed their cars to accommodate many disguised …

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