K-State livestock economist Glynn Tonsor discusses the ruling this week by the World Trade Organization that the latest version of U.S. country-of-origin labeling of meat products violates international trade rules...he comments on what the ruling means for the future of C-O-O-L, weaving in his research results on consumer response to labeling at the retail level. See more
Demonstrating a commitment to business leadership and to their communities is a common quality of the journalists receiving the 2014 Huck Boyd Leader of the Year awards. Tom Taylor and Holly Martin of the High Plains Journal in Dodge City and Tad Felts of KKAN/KQMA Radio in Phillipsburg were honored for outstanding work in community newspapers and radio, respectively.Â
University of Missouri Extension will offer a popular workshop on tomato grafting from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, Nov. 14 at the Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center, 2400 S. Scenic, Springfield, Mo.
With finances tight, everyone seems to be looking to save money this coming winter according to Bob Schultheis, natural resource engineering specialist with University of Missouri Extension.
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The service Royals manager Ned Yost required of Wade Davis and Greg Holland in Game 2 of the World Series differed a bit from what he usually asks of baseball's best eighth-ninth inning combination. But their performance was no different.
Maybe it was the magnitude of the situation he entered, with two on and one out in the sixth inning of a tied game. Whatever the reason, reliever Kelvin Herrera was in prime form in Game 2, getting out of a sixth-inning jam, recording five outs and becoming the pitcher of record in the Royals' first World Series victory in 29 years.