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Agriculture - help wanted

First, more beneficial rainfall and some not so beneficial hail and wind swept through the area this past week. Many received an inch or more of precipitation which while helping “ease” the drought situation certainly didn’t dramatically ease it for most. This week’s drought monitor report is good through 8 a.m. this last Tuesday so it didn’t reflect these rains. It shows some easing but much of the state and especially from this area south were still in the grips of a severe drought. This should ease a bit with next week’s report but warm ...


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