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Easton Corbin's third album, About to Get Real, is out this week, featuring the lead single, "Baby Be My Love Song." That track does a good job of updating Easton's sound while staying true to his traditional country roots, and Easton keeps up that balancing act throughout the new album. That nod to tradition is a key ingredient in Easton's ongoing success.

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Reba reunites with longtime pals and frequent collaborators Brooks & Dunn Wednesday night for the launch of their Together in Vegas residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Before signing on for the gig, Reba and her husband/manager, Narvel Blackstock, caught Shania Twain's show at Caesars Palace. That experience got them excited to dream up a show of their own with Brooks & Dunn.

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Alan Jackson's new album, Angels and Alcohol, doesn't hit stores until July 17, but the country superstar is sharing a song from the project now on Vevo.

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Tyler Farr recorded his latest single, "Withdrawals," because he could relate to the raw emotion in the lyrics. He wanted the video for "Withdrawals" to reflect the songs anguish, so he did quite a bit of research to come up with the clip's concept.

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  • Rain brings further recharge to South Dakota topsoil moisture

    Showers and thunderstorms this past week brought South Dakota topsoil moisture to 82 percent adequate to surplus. Corn is 82 percent fair to good, and 13 excellent. Soybeans are 74 percent fair to good. Seventeen percent of the soybean crop is blooming, which is behind normal. Spring wheat is 81 percent fair to good, and... Read more »

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  • Donnelly surveys flood damaged crops

    Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly spent Monday morning surveying crop damage from June’s excessive rainfall. During his stop at Rusty and Jeannette Merritt’s farm in north central Indiana Senator Donnelly said the damages are wide spread.  “We’re going to continue to focus on this and we have crop insurance in place through the Farm Bill,” he... Read more »

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  • Crop ratings slip again in Ohio

    Ohio’s crop conditions continue to slip. As of the Sunday, June 5, the condition of the Ohio corn crop was 77 percent fair-to-good, down two points from a week ago. 4 percent of the corn crop is silking, that’s six points behind the 5-year average. 73 percent of the Ohio soybean crop is in fair-to-good... Read more »

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  • It was a very good week in Wisconsin

    Wisconsin enjoyed one of the nicest weeks of the year last week with 5.9 days suitable for fieldwork.  Topsoil moisture went from 77 percent adequate and 19 percent surplus a week ago to 78 percent adequate and 12 percent surplus this week. First crop hay-making is 97 percent complete and second-crop is 41 percent harvested. ... Read more »

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