By John Meng, News Editor The City of Edna city council has approved its 2020-2021 budget and a $900,000 revenue shortfall this year will present unique challenges for city officials and staff.
Edna Elementary School hosted a parade to honor Jackson County first responders on Patriots Day.
By John Meng, News Editor Risk is an everyday part of life for farmers.
By Michael Brooks, Sport Writer With 1:08 remaining in the football game between the Industrial Cobras and the Van Vleck Leopards, the Cobras held a 16 point lead and was looking to pick up a
By Gaby Alvarez, Contributing Writer The Ganado Indians hosted the Tidehaven Tigers on Friday night in Ganado. The Indians fell short of a victory with an ending score of 28-21.
By Jeremy Hadley, Contributing Writer New Edna head coach Jimmie Mitchell and his Cowboys kicked off the long awaited 2020 season on the road in East Bernard Friday night.
By John Meng, News Editor As the combine carved a symmetrical swathe in the corn field across from my home this past week, robotically mowing down thousands of desiccated stalks, I was reminded t
By Chris Lundstrom, Publisher Many of you know how much I love this community. It breaks my heart to see the violence and destruction going on in towns across our beloved country.
By John Meng, Publisher/Editor Most Americans no longer believe in the First Amendment. You cannot voice your opinion without someone being offended or shouting you down.
By Geary Hare Growing up in a little town, down a farm-to-market road, was boring. Every spring and fall, we would pass miles of boring, empty plowed fields.
By Chris Lundstrom Cookbooks have always been like a cooking textbook for me. If I have a recipe for something I can usually make it and have it turn out as it is supposed to.
By Michael Brooks Staff Writer For a pet owner, one of the scariest things that can happen is for your fur baby to suffer a serious injury.
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