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June 2013 - page 2

Crops ripen quickly with sudden summer heat : ‘They just burned up’

The sudden summer heat made for an abrupt end to strawberry season, and some farmers fear a quick season for other crops. “Some strawberries will go to waste because they just burned up, they dehydrate ‘til they look so bad no one will buy them,” said farm owner Randy Henderson.

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Another hot day today, but it still looks like it will be much more comfortable for the 4th ofJuly Holiday itself.

________________   Check out my latest EDN Feature Story Why Not Here? It’s Time To Explain.   ________________ Sorry, no winner this week. Here is my weekly weather quiz question one more time. What is the first thing you would notice at the beach when a Tsunami was approaching and what should you do? Here is […]

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Eugene’s improved offense can’t make up for pitching’s errors

BOISE — The hits just keep coming. Against Eugene, that is. A three-run sixth inning pulled host Boise ahead of the Emeralds, 8-6, in Northwest League baseball on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium, Eugene’s sixth straight loss. Unlike this season’s start, when Eugene scored six total runs in its first …

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Hayward Classic’s a global meet-up

As one of the premier masters track and field events of the year, the 31st annual Hayward Classic attracted athletes ranging anywhere from 30 to 80 and over who joined together for the nearly seven hour competition Saturday at Hayward Field. From 92-year-old Melanie Reske throwing the javelin, to 96-year-old …

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It looks like we will be in the oven for a while, a short while thankfully.

________________   Check out my latest EDN Feature Story Why Not Here? It’s Time To Explain.   ________________ Sorry, no winner this week. Here is my weekly weather quiz question one more time. What is the first thing you would notice at the beach when a Tsunami was approaching and what should you do? Here is […]

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