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I’m going to stray from my “normal” ag related subject matter into a more seasonal topic. Earlier this week I saw a news story on TV about how…

It’s that time of year. Really, it is. About a dozen Tekamah-Herman students, including Maggie Sheets, helped Burt County Museum staff Oct. 13…

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THORP, Wis. – Their faith in the baby of Christmas lights the world of Bill and Bridget Ciolkosz and family. The farm family shares the joy by lighting their 200-cow dairy with 30,000 Christmas lights, nativity scenes and multiple Christmas trees.

With Christmas just a few days away, we wanted to explore the trends in Christmas trees. More specifically, this week’s post dives into the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s 2014 Census of Horticultural Specialties.

Tekamah youngster James Kelly went over his Christmas wish list with Santa during the jolly old elf’s visit to Tekamah Dec. 3. Nearly 100 chil…

There are many species of Christmas trees grown in the United States. People see the more common in tree lots. But an example of one of the more uncommon trees available in some parts of the country is the Deodara cedar with short bluish needles. The wood from the tree was used in ancient Egypt to build coffins for mummies.

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Wisconsin Christmas-tree growers are in a holly-jolly mood in 2017. The growing season was mostly a good one, with abundant rain resulting in high-quality trees.

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MADISON, Wis. –- Meeting consumer demand for real Christmas trees won’t be a problem due to ideal weather conditions in 2016. There are plenty of trees in Wisconsin, according to Cheryl Nicholson, executive secretary of the Wisconsin Christmas Tree Producers Association.

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