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  • Meth suspects busted in stinky Altoona house

    Meth suspects busted in stinky Altoona house
    Two meth suspects were busted in rural Lake County late Sunday after deputies heard about a possible drug lab in a community just south of the Ocala National Forest. Rhonda Kerr, 50, and Michael Sauls. 51, were later charged with trafficking in...
  • Gardeners Start Your Plantings

    Gardeners Start Your Plantings
    August is the time many gardeners have been waiting for – It’s vegetable gardening time.  Yes, get ready for nine months of great gardening.  Sure, it is hot now, but in about sixty days the weather starts to turn cooler. By then it is too...
  • Ex-Im Bank, amnesty, and Tiger: Letters

    Let Ex-Im Bank expire A Front Burner column on Friday from the Florida Chamber of Commerce asserted that the Export-Import Bank is necessary for the success of Florida's flourishing export industry ("Financing helps Fla. firms keep up with foreign...
  • Open agapanthus pods to start seedlings

    Open agapanthus pods to start seedlings
    Question: Our agapanthus flowered well this year and now have green seed pods at the ends of many stems. Do you plant the entire pod or open them to grow more agapanthus? Answer: Agapanthus plantings, also known as lilies of the Nile, have flourished...
  • To stop polluting our water, start living vegan [Letter]

    To stop polluting our water, start living vegan [Letter]
    Last weekend the drinking water of 400,000 Toledo, Ohio, residents was fouled by animal waste ("Lake Erie not alone in suffering from harmful algae," Aug. 6). With the unfettered growth of animal agriculture and ineffective discharge regulations, it could...
  • Game That Began With Bottlecaps Becomes Two Friends' Livelihood

    Game That Began With Bottlecaps Becomes Two Friends' Livelihood
    FARMINGTON — When Mike Cheshire and Tom Aiezza were boys here in the 1990s, they wanted to find a way to throw a Frisbee indoors without breaking anything. They tried jar lids. They tried bottle caps, shaving bits from the sides or tops. They...
  • Battle over insecticide pits beekeepers against big agribusiness

    MINNEAPOLIS Kristy Allen and Mark O'Rourke are bee ambassadors with deceptively similar messages. Allen, founder of a small business called the Beez Kneez, pedals through the Twin Cities selling honey from a bike trailer and handing out lawn signs that...
  • Chemical companies should be held to the same standard as doctors

    I read "Study: Flame retardants found in moms, kids" (News, Aug. 4) with keen interest. My late mother, a psychoanalyst who warned us constantly about polychlorinated biphenyls, which, like flame retardants known as polybrominated diphenyl ethers, persist...
  • ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: Top 5 sustainable food habits

    Environmental Nutrition Sustainable food habits -- practices that support a more environmentally and socially responsible food system -- are a growing interest in our efforts to protect the environment and our communities from the potentially damaging...
  • Stop fretting about GMOs; we have bigger food issues to worry about

    Stop fretting about GMOs; we have bigger food issues to worry about
    The battle against genetically engineered food revolves mostly around the idea that it’s somehow bad for us in some way, though critics of the technology have a lot of trouble producing credible, peer-reviewed research as evidence. And arguments...
  • At Minnesota's Farmfest, drones and data fly onto the agenda

    MINNEAPOLIS Forget the weather and politics. As thousands of Minnesota farmers gather this week for the big trade show Farmfest, the real buzz is overhead. For a couple of years, small numbers of farmers and farm-equipment dealers have experimented...