Thursday, October 27, 2016

Around the Table

Single-origin cuts: Is the U.S. food market splitting into a premium niche that few consumers can afford and the place where the rest of us shop? Editor Susan Crowell isn't sure that's a good thing.


If you plan to use a wood stove or fireplace this winter, don’t forget to perform regular maintenance this fall to prepare for the cold months ahead. Proper upkeep, good heating practices and having a plan in place for home and chimney fires improves heating efficiency and safety.

Coyotes are arguably the most vocal of all North American mammals. Learn more about understanding the meaning behind their various vocalizations.
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Why doesn’t the general public trust us with the role of producing food in the best way we know how? Editor Susan Crowell voices frustrations at 'outsiders'' expectations.

The term "storm sewer" is in the past. The system will not treat anything before it enters the local waters and will be very problematic to anything that lives within them.

When people discuss youth sports: the time, the energy, the cost, the travel, the injuries and the injustice, it is common to be asked "is it worth it?"

Regulations have changed now requiring that all perennial forage crops be reported no later than Nov. 15 for the expected 2017 harvest.

Most barn fires are caused by three primary things: mechanical/electrical failures, maintenance deficiencies or misuse of equipment.

Judith Sutherland reflects on what the Cleveland Indians' World Series berth against the Chicago Cubs means to her son on his 30th birthday.

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