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Cool and damp across region, Harvest Moon tonight

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
KIMBALL, Light rain was falling across the southern Panhandle Tuesday morning as a stalled weather front delivered precipitation in the form of rain.
In general the rain was welcome to many producers, particularly those who had completed seeding winter wheat. In and around Kimball County a good deal of recently seeded wheat had already germinated and emerged.
Summer crops continue

UW says moth population explosion “interesting phenomenon”

Posted: Wednesday, Sep 14th, 2016
GOSHEN COUNTY, Wyo., The recent influx of moths flying around Goshen County, Wyo. is unusual, but not concerning, said Goshen County Weed and Pest (GCWP) Assistant Supervisor Jenna Meeks.
Agriphila vulgivagellus, also known as vagabond crambus or vagabond sod webworm, are minute moths recognizable by their long snouts. As larvae, they feed on the grass and wheat, which can cause

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