Farmer Insurance Company Career
Death on a quiet road (Baltimore Sun)
D eath came for Chuck Stoecker in a beautiful place.
News in brief (West Salem Coulee News)
Here are a selection of brief news items from this week's paper edition, and possibly a few news briefs that didn't make it in the paper.
Populism then and now: Old wine, new bottle, part 1 (Online Journal)
You were once Jed Dawson, a farmer in Kansas in 1886 when nearly half of Americans worked on farms. You?re tough as a leather boot with about 5 percent body fat and hard, stringy muscles. Your wife can drive a team of horses with her left hand while she cradles the new baby in her right arm.
Both parties find convention fundraising a tough challenge (The Monterey County Herald)
ST. PAUL, Minn. ? Republican Party officials have developed a well-deserved reputation for planning ever more extravagant national conventions, each built on the party's ability to secure abundant cash. But just six weeks before the convention ? at which Sen.
VALLEY CENTER: Student's letter leads to farmers market for town (North County Times)
VALLEY CENTER --- A town known for its agriculture will finally have its own farmers market next month, thanks to a homework assignment from a seventh-grade student. "An outdoor market is a good idea for Valley Center because it will give opportunity
Nagpur farmer's widow compensated (The Times of India)
Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has directed the relief and rehabilitation department to pay Rs 1 lakh as ...
Clark County plot tour, outlook meeting Aug. 26 (Journal Gazette & Times-Courier)
MARTINSVILLE ? For several years, the Ag Council of the Clark County Extension Service has sponsored variety plots in cooperation with the Martinsville High School FFA, their Vo-Ag Teacher, Justin Parcel, and local farmer, Mark Kannmacher. This year a soybean plot has been planted along with the corn plot. The purpose of the plots is to show how different seed varieties respond in the same field.
Nagpur farmer's widow breathes easy 11 Aug 2008, 0348 hrs IST,AGENCIES (The Times of India)
MUMBAI/NAGPUR: Maharashtra State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has directed the relief and rehabilitation department to pay Rs 1 lakh as compensation to a 41-year-old widow after her husband died during the course of his employment.
Former banker fined, disciplined (The Tomah Journal)
A former Tomah bank executive may no longer work in the banking industry and must pay a fine of $12,500 after action taken by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).
Volunteering for a vacation (The Pantagraph)
There's no need to pull teeth to get retired dentist Rick Martin to pack his bags. Just tell him someone needs volunteers somewhere to help somehow and he's on his way.