Thursday, July 28, 2016

If it’s even partly true that you’re known by the company you keep, then the farmer-loved ethanol business got a lot less lovable Feb....

It's been eight long, commentary-filled months since readers who've dropped letters, e-mails and napalm on me have had their say. Sorry, but time screams...

Despite over-promised and underpaid by millions of dollars, the 100 or so producer-members of Meadowbrook Farms Cooperative said little during a recent public meeting...

One the biggest drawbacks of living in rural America is the high cost and low quality of connectivity: antiquated dial-up Internet speeds, costly satellite...

Although Barack Obama has been president but a few days we can already say with certainty -- unlike before his inauguration -- he cannot...

The new president wants Congress to approve upwards of $800 billion in cash and tax credits by mid-February to, hopefully, stem the worst economic...

On Jan. 8, 2008, an investment banker at Goldman Sachs predicted crude oil prices would top $200 a barrel by summer, then slip lower...

If conventional leadership and bureaucratic competency had a face, it would look exactly like Thomas J. Vilsack: round as an apple pie, chin disappearing...

It's the end of the year, but columnist Alan Guebert still has unanswered questions.

(Author's note: The following column was first published the week of Christmas 1998. Now, by tradition, it returns. Merry Christmas. --Alan) The Christmas tree...
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