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The snow that promised a good wheat crop.

When he wasn’t ranching or farming or drinking coffee in Mack’s Cafe, this is where my father could normally be found. 834 more words

Daily Post

Andrew Enoch Edwards 1879-1960 (revised)

I was in sixth grade, I think, and playing at a friend’s house when my parents and brother Hal came by in the car and said we were going to the farm. 1,400 more words

Edwards Family

Reaping change

Motherhood was not for me.

Then, it happened.

Fine, but I’d never give up my career.

Then, I did.

No matter what my supportive boss’ or my intentions, being a reporter encroaches bit by bit on your life outside of the newsroom, especially when I have workaholic tendencies. 321 more words


Challenges and Rewards

So, the annual wheat harvest has started again and as Murphy’s Law would have it, so have the storms. Barely a spot for months and as soon as we kick the big green machine into gear, up come the threatening clouds to add a little more stress and urgency to the situation. 367 more words


The Wheat Harvest

With fall upon us, it is good to reflect on the harvest, the harvest of the wheat that will find its way to tables across our country even though most wheat is harvested in late May and as late as August 1st. 280 more words