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Ag lending gets shot in arm from Congress

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 4th, 2017
TORRINGTON, A provision in the continuing resolution passed in early December to keep the lights on in Washington could help farmers and ranchers in Wyoming, and agriculture producers across the country, stave off a potential economic crisis even as low commodity prices plague the markets they depend on for their livelihood.
When Congress approved its stop-gap spending measure last month,

Winter cold follows New Year’s warmth

Posted: Wednesday, Jan 4th, 2017
KIMBALL, The last days of 2016 and the first days of 2017 were warmer than average, with plenty of sunshine, clear skies, and mild breezes. Arctic air began flowing through the Tri-State region late Monday and frigid temperatures and light to moderate snow were expected to reign through Thursday.
More snow would be welcome as winter wheat stands would benefit

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