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Dairy Prices Expected To Remain High Into The Upcoming Holidays

November 3, 2022

By DANIEL GRANT FarmWeek Consumers will likely pay more for butter into the holidays and prime baking season compared to last year no matter how you slice it. Butter prices rose 24.6% in August compared to last year while the overall cost of groceries increased 13.5%. Cheese, milk and other dairy prices are expected to…

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Master Sgt. Shelton Surprises Son At MMS

November 3, 2022

By Zachary Daum zdaum@heraldpubs.com MASCOUTAH – U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant Ken Shelton shared an emotional moment with his son Oliver in Christa Whetstone’s 6th grade classroom at Mascoutah Middle School on October 28. Oliver had no idea that he would be seeing his father, who was deployed to Ali Al Salem Air Base in…

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Lebanon’s Tiadaghton House And Their Artists

October 26, 2022

By Zachary Daum zdaum@heraldpubs.com LEBANON, IL – Known for their wide selections in art, The Tiadaghton’s House art and antique shop in Lebanon, IL has been open for nine years and features two artists on the upper floor: Heirloom Soaps and Scolarici Arts. The house highlights all forms of art for both display and sale.…

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Trenton Resident Who Caught Pujols No. 703 Homer Shares His Story

October 13, 2022

By Pat Pratt Times-Tribune Editor Herald Publications TRENTON – It’s been an eventful week for Mike Hutcheson of Trenton, IL, a life-long St. Louis Cardinals fan who is now the proud owner of Albert Pujols No. 703 career home run ball. From sheer joy to some frustration in the hours and days that followed, Hutcheson…

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