Harvest underway for hemp farm

STARK COUNTY, N.D. (KFYR) - The harvest season is well underway in North Dakota. While wheat, sunflowers and corn are all cut by combines, one family farm picks their product by hand. Looks can be deceiving at Badlands Hemp, east of Dickinson. While the branches and leaves might look like...
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Wheat Ridge Schools Need Your Kids, Not Your Yard Signs

There was a time where you moved to a neighborhood and your parents would look for the nearest school and that’s where you would go. Schools were about pure education. Teaching you to write, to read and various levels of math. When families started tuning in closer to what motivated their children, they began shopping around for schools that were a “better fit.”
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Grain prices end day in the red | Thursday, October 6, 2022

Corn ended the day down 8¢. Soybeans, regaining a few cents from their multi-month low, ended the day down 10¢. CBOT wheat is down 18¢. KC wheat is down 21¢. Minneapolis wheat is down 19¢. Live cattle are down 5¢. Feeder cattle are down 90¢....

Wheat Ridge Restoring Its Systems, Says No To Ransom Demand

The City of Wheat Ridge provided the Neighborhood Gazette the following statement on the recent “ransomware” incident. The City of Wheat Ridge is still in the process of restoring its systems after IT Professionals proactively took down aspects of the network in response to a cyber security incident in late August.

Celebrating The Success Of Wheat Ridge Businesses

Small businesses are essential in the success of a local economy. They create jobs and gathering spaces, reinvest in the community, and foster growth and prosperity. That is why for the last 18 years the City of Wheat Ridge has celebrated the commitment of small businesses to our community with an annual Business Appreciation Awards celebration. This is our opportunity to recognize the outstanding contributions of area businesses, volunteers and nonprofits.
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Ukraine 2023 early grain harvest could drop by at least 50%

KYIV, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Ukraine's winter grain sowing area for the 2023 harvest will unlikely exceed 2 million hectares and the harvest could fall by at least 50%, the head of a large Ukrainian agriculture company was quoted as saying on Thursday. The pace of sowing winter wheat in...

After the Bell | October 6, 2022

Corn: December corn fell 8 1/2 cents to $6.75 1/2, the contract’s lowest close since Sept. 29. Corn closed at a low for the week as generally favorable Midwest weather fuels harvest pressure and a dollar near 20-year highs raised concern demand for commodities may be pinched. Soybeans: November...