Charlie Murphy's Funeral Service Looked Like A Hall Of Fame For Comedians
While we all grieve at funerals, they're really meant to be a celebration of life. And that's exactly what Charlie Murphy's funeral was. Because Murphy spent most of his life cracking jokes, both ...
University Tells Would-Be Cheerleaders How to Look
University of Washington infographic goes over like a ton of bricks
Midterms 2018: Full Colorado Election Results
Colorado election results as tallied by the Secretary of State's office for the midterm election on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, statewide and by county.
Grand Rapids body positively identified as missing Kalamazoo woman
Grand Rapids Police have positively identified the remains found in a basement as the missing Kalamazoo woman. Ashley Young, 31, was reported missing after a visit to Grand Rapids on Nov. 30. Young’s family said she was last seen alive at a Grand Rapids bar with Jared Chance the night of Nov. 29. After not hearing from her, Young’s family said they drove to Chance’s home looking for her Friday before reporting her missing.
Woman arrested after violently attacking parents for not taking her to Outback Steakhouse, police...
A Florida woman has been arrested for attacking her parents because they refused to take her to an Outback Steakhouse for dinner Wednesday, police said.
Producers try to recoup losses after Plainville Livestock Commission drains account
By CRISTINA JANNEY Hays Post Derek Stockman’s farming and ranching operation has been brought to a standstill. He sold 41 heifers at the Plainville Livestock Commission on Feb. 5, but his check for almost $37,000 bounced Stockman of Kirwin only recently expanded his farming operation into cattle. He is now unable to make his FSA loan payments, nor is he able to get his operating loan for the coming year guaranteed. “The bills don’t stop coming in,” Stockman said. Stockman is one of more than 40 livestock producers in the area that have been caught up in legal action and bankruptcy of Plainville Livestock Commission, operated by Tyler Gillum. This is just the latest in a series of financial problems and federal regulation violations faced by the market agency. “Everybody says you’ll get…
Polar Vortex May Have Killed Off Most Of The Stink Bugs
I decided I am only going to write about the good things this craptastic winter weather brings, and here's one: the frigid temps may have killed off most of those annoying stink bugs.
10 Internet Radio Stations You Should Be Listening To Right Now
The 2019 Cedar Rapids Beer Summit Is Underway! [PHOTOS]
It's finally here! The Cedar Rapids Beer Summit 2019 has arrived and we're ready to taste some craft brews.
Dairy farm wants permit for 10,000 cows
March 4, 2017 FORESTVILLE - The largest dairy farm in Door County is making plans to eventually milk 10,000 cows. S & S Jerseyland Dairy near Forestville is asking the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to renew its permit for the operation, which currently has about 6,400 cows. Jerseyland general manager Randy Schmidt says its asking the DNR for a permit that will allow the farm to expand to more than 10,000 cows in the years ahead. Many of the 100 people attending a public hearing Thursday expressed concern about the environment, spreading cow manure, and possible groundwater contamination. Schmidt says the operation contributes to the local economy through taxes and payroll and is a good steward of the land. The DNR is expected to make a decision on the permit next month.