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Parks director: More worker sex harassment cases likely
Jon Jarvis calls the sexual harassment horrible and unacceptable and says he was unaware it had been taking place.

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S. Dakota teen dies in grain bin accident
Taylor Watzel, 16, became trapped in a grain bin Tuesday and died the following day.
California calls for more water for fish in key river hub
California farm groups adamantly oppose any such water cuts to agriculture.
Trade talk in presidential race worries Minnesota workers
Farmer Kevin Paap said 95 percent of his customers are international and that trade is crucial in his industry.
Attorney: Corporate farming suit about issues, not parties
The lawsuit was filed by the Farm Bureau and other plaintiffs in June, arguing that the law passed by voters in 1932 hurts the agriculture industry by limiting farmers’ business options and interferes with interstate commerce.
Officials plan to cull swine at Arizona wildlife refuge
Invasive swine carry a host of diseases including leptospirosis, salmonella and E. coli.
Charge dropped against mechanic in fatal hayride crash case
the Androscoggin County District Attorney’s Office had charged 39-year-old Philip Theberge of Norway with reckless conduct, a misdemeanor.
Alabama cotton farm making sheets from its crop
Farmer Mark Yeager and his daughter Anna Brakefield started Red Land Cotton, a business that sells heirloom bed linens made from cotton grown from the red soil of Lawrence County.
Simplot company sues competitor over twisty fry design
The J.R. Simplot company of Boise filed a patent infringement lawsuit against McCain Foods in U.S. District Court.
Farmers Union seeks to intervene in corporate farming suit
Farmers Union has been a staunch supporter of family farms.
Local food nonprofit to fold after winning $1M prize in 2013
The original idea was to transform an abandoned four-story building into a food workers’ cooperative, cafe, event center and commercial catering kitchen.