2 min ago
Olmsted County Journal
University of Minnesota Extension has educational resources available for those with questions related to a continuing forage shortage and late planting issues.
4 hrs ago
International Business Times
Sarah Palin's Facebook Wisecrack on Global Warming Goes Viral
The post, which was a photo of her youngest daughter Piper playing in snow with paragraph that contains the line " For those not familiar with scientific terms, gluteus maximus in layman's term are the muscles of the buttocks and her use of those words is seen as a polite way to say " Ms Palin's complete post on Sunday, which was liked by so far ... (more)
Wed May 22, 2013
Freak snow cancels school in small Washington town
A freak snowstorm in May gave students a surprise day off Wednesday in the Columbia River Gorge town of Bickleton.
Snowstorm Hits Small Town of Bickleton
Today was supposed to be like any other day; go to class, and practice his pole vaulting in the afternoon -- however, that changed when his town was buried by half a foot of snow overnight.
No Rest For Weather Weary: Expect More Extremes After Oklahoma Tornado
After a slow start to severe weather season, Monday's devastating tornado that hit Oklahoma reminds us how costly and destructive the change of seasons can be in the United States.
The Legend(s) of Passo di Gavia
High in the Italian Alps, if you are very quiet, you might just hear the whispering of two lovers whose spirits live on in the waters of Lago Bianco and Lago Nero .
Mr. Money Mustache on Retiring at 30 By Riding a Bike
His claim to fame is that he retired at age 30. He swears that you can achieve greater financial freedom too, if you follow his example by eliminating unnecessary expenses and investing wisely.
Severe weather threat in forecast for Metro Detroit today
The hot and humid conditions facing the metro area Wednesday could mutate into severe weather problems during the afternoon and evening, including high winds, hail and the possibility of tornados.
Pupil's death on coach 'preventable'
An inquiry into the death of a teenager on a school bus trip has found she may have lived if she had worn a seatbelt and the driver had gone slower.
Sinn Fein Newsroom
O'Neill confirms support for farmers through difficult times
Agriculture Minister Michelle O'Neill today affirmed her support for farmers whose incomes have been impacted by bad weather and high feed costs.
Karen Heller: Flower Show's blaming TV forecasts makes little sense
Drew Becher, president of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, recently blasted television and radio "snowmaggedon" scenarios that proved false, yet shriveled the Philadelphia Flower Show's ticket sales like an early frost.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Marion Star
Tornado Alley: It could be anywhere
Kendra Riel, left, Alicia Riel and Brock Hubble, front, look for salvageable items at 15th and Santa Fe streets in Moore, Okla.
Minneapolis: Mediation planned in lawsuits over Wyoming plane crash
Lawyers are planning mediation sessions to try to resolve two federal lawsuits stemming from a 2010 plane crash in western Wyoming that killed a Twin Cities father and three sons.
Mon May 20, 2013
Chicago weather: Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 3 AM
Snow plows and trucks cleared streets as commuters headed home from work, and air travelers tried to reschedule their canceled flights as a winter storm settled in over Chicago Tuesday.
WNFL-AM Green Bay
Bayfield County soaked as thunderstorms roll throu...
Bayfield County got the most rain by far, as a series of thunderstorms rumbled through Wisconsin over the past day.
Sun May 19, 2013
Three-state tornado outbreak kills 1
At least one person was killed Sunday when a string of tornadoes ripped through four states, tearing roofs off homes, downing power lines and tossing trees like matchsticks.
Flower Show lost $1.2 million, and leader blames TV
The 2013 show actually fell short about $1.2 million, not an unprecedented event in its 184-year history but a short-term disaster for the many urban "greening" programs it supports.
Verplanck Colvin:Surveyor of the Adirondacks
While at my internship with the State Historian, I came upon a discovery; Verplanck Colvin, the surveyor of the Adirondacks, was an Albany native.
Sat May 18, 2013
Weather History: May 18: Record temps, storms, tornadoes, wind & tropics
A tornado, said to have crossed the entire state of Ohio smashed into the log cabin settlement of Burlington, northeast of Columbus reportedly destroying the entire town.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Toronto Star
Real estate: Cottage market washed out this spring by flooding and a winter that never ends
Last April 26, Parry Sound, Ont.-area realtor Jim Marshall was taking would-be cottage buyers out in his boat to see prospective properties from the water.