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MO crop conditions fall on little moisture

Missouri’s crops suffered last week under hot and mostly dry conditions. USDA says corn silking has begun in the state, about a week later than normal. Corn is rated 69 percent good to excellent, down one percent on the week. Ninety-three percent of Missouri’s soybean... Read More.

Pipeliners Fall One Run Short of Comeback

McPherson, Kan. - The McPherson Pipeliners were in action Thursday evening, taking on the Kansas Cannons at Bulldog Park.  Jaron Brown would begin the game with a single, and used his speed to get into scoring position, and advanced to third... Read More.

CME milk and dairy prices fall Friday

Milk futures were down and cash dairy prices were all lower except for whey on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange Friday. June Class III milk was up $0.04 at $24.33 but it was the only price that went up.  July closed down $0.68 at $22.78. ... Read More.

Day 3, Kansas Wheat Harvest Report

By Julia Debes, Kansas Wheat   This is day 3 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association.   Kansas wheat producers are in the cab and cutting now across... Read More.

Pipeliners Fall At Home Tuesday

McPherson, Kan. - The McPherson Pipeliners played their third straight home game at Bulldog Park in as many days Tuesday evening, as they took on the Dirtbag Baseball Club.  The Liners would take a 2-1 lead after 1, but The Dirtbag... Read More.

Pipeliners Fall Short to Mud Daubers

Valley Center, Kan. - The McPherson Pipeliners have had a difficult opening schedule to begin their KCLB season, Monday they played their third straight road game as they faced the Valley Center Mud Daubers. The Liners would get on the board... Read More.