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Associated PressWICHITA, Kan. — Kansas cattleman Ken Grecian sold 20 pairs of cows and calves a few weeks after drought had sucked his pastures dry and no rain was in the forecast. He sold 20 more pairs Friday. Grecian spent years meticulously breeding his cows to...
Contributing columnistNo question about it, 2012 is proving to be a record-breaker where heat and drought are concerned. You’ll want to make some adjustments due to the weather to take care of your horses this summer. It’s very important to also consider what you...
Contributing writerThe highest outside temperature that registered on my automobile temperature gauge this summer was 114 degrees was on July 6 while the car was parked in the sun. After I drove a few miles, it went down to 102 degrees. The temperatures have soared all...
Tags: Natural Disasters, Weather
As Kentucky is hammered today with a heatwave, the National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for this afternoon. That means outdoor burning is particularly dangerous this afternoon because of the combination of temperatures flirting with...
Tags: Forestry and Timber, Weather
The Winchester SunUnless conditions change and there is significant rainfall by Friday, this year’s Fourth of July celebrations will go on without fireworks. Following a meeting of the Clark County Fiscal Court Wednesday, Judge-Executive Henry Branham said he is...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs heat and dry conditions bake the Bluegrass, Lincoln County, along with nearly the entire state of Kentucky, has been classified by weather officials as being in drought. The cities of Stanford and Hustonville have issued burn and fireworks bans that...
The Winchester SunWinchester Parks and Recreation Department officials announced Thursday that the July 4 Celebration has been postponed due to the extreme heat and dry conditions. The July 4 committee met Monday with Clark County Judge-Executive Henry Branham, after he...
email@example.comA heat wave of historic proportions is baking the Bluegrass with temperatures hovering near triple digits for four straight days. It’s the kind of extreme weather that will make everyone a little hot under the collar, and for some, it could pose...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Nicholasville water department is asking residents to take it easy when it comes to water usage until further notice. The recent bout of hot temperatures and dry weather prompted this measure. This is for city water customers who live in...
email@example.comSTANFORD — After a week of heat, including four straight days of triple-digit highs, at least three fires and essentially no rainfall, Lincoln County remained under burn and fireworks bans Monday night. Lincoln County Fire Chief Danny Glass said...
Tags: Natural Disasters, Droughts, Weather
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Heat and dry conditions have continued to persist in Lincoln County, preventing the Lincoln County Fair from featuring its traditional July 4 fireworks show tonight. Fair President Mike Poynter said until the county gets enough rain...
Have any of you been doing a rain dance (privately) around your house this week? I must admit I actually mentioned to my grandson, Hayden, that if it didn’t rain we may have to do a rain dance. Of course, then I had to explain to him what a rain...
Tags: Auction Service, Weather
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