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Little River, Big Ideas: Farming Group Wades Into Clean Water Issues

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In the rich land of Christian County, wheat is milled for McDonald’s biscuits, corn is turned into ethanol, and grazing cows support the state’s leading dairy. This is Kentucky’s breadbasket, and a river runs through it: the South Fork of Little River. Second-generation farmer David Brame grows a little bit of everything here, including corn… Read More

West Virginia Attorney General Urges Credit Card Protections

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s attorney general issued guidelines for gas stations and convenience stores across aimed at preventing skimming credit and debit card information. Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, who queried the outlets about potential problems in May, Skimmers are devices that can be attached to gas pumps and automated teller machines to intercept… Read More

Delay Expected For First Pot Licenses


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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Officials in Ohio say they don’t expect to issue the state’s first medical marijuana cultivator licenses until around November, at least a month later than growers expected.The Ohio Department of Commerce announced the timetable Thursday.It drew immediate concern from the National Cannabis Industry Association of Ohio. The association had anticipated growers… Read More