(Column ~ 08/19/17)
“You are what you eat” is a familiar expression that is largely true. Your diet is extremely important with regard to your health and, along with exercise, accounts for around 80 percent of your “wellness” level. If you regularly consume burgers, fries, chips, and other “fast foods,” you are likely on the road to frequent doctor visits, ingestion of multiple pharmaceutical formulations, hospital stays and an early grave. ...
Food documentary highlights hot topics
(Column ~ 08/19/17)
Missouri Farm Bureau This is a story about that time I was in a movie, one called “Food Evolution,” a documentary about genetic engineering. I had two lines filmed in our kitchen, with my wife Julie in the background. The film crew spent a day with my family, filming harvest and asking us to prepare lunch in the field for around 40 people, including all of our family, neighbors, the film crew, the sound guys, the tech guys and, in this instance, the guy who ran the drone...
- Nevada cross country opens season Tuesday (High School Sports ~ 08/19/17)
Camping: A time-honored tradition
(Outdoors ~ 08/19/17)
Camping! Either you love it or hate it. It all depends on when, where and how. The “when” is still about the same for most campers, but the “where” and “how” has changed over the years. With the big Labor Day weekend coming up, plans have been or will be made for the last camping trip for many camper families. With school starting and more activities to take up weekend time, camping may be put on the back-burner...
Neptunes conclude season on high-note at Tri-State finals
(Community Sports ~ 08/19/17)
The Nevada Neptunes recently traveled to Monett for the Tri-State “A” Swim championships, with the season-ending meet held at the Ginny and Chris Fuldner Family Aquatic Center. The two-day indoor event (Aug. 4-5) featured 10 Tri-State teams and approximately 300 swimmers, including 26 from Nevada. The Neptunes, coached by Samantha Short, placed eighth, with a team score of 165, while host Monett claimed the swim title, posting a score of 704...
Clouse Call: Tigers succumb to Seneca in season opener, 28-20
(High School Sports ~ 08/19/17)
SENECA — The Seneca Indians scored 21 unanswered points en route to a 28-20 come from behind victory over the Nevada Tigers in Friday night’s season-opener. The Tigers were unable to contain Indians quarterback Gavin Clouse, as the option-heavy junior exploded for touchdown runs of 12, 64, and 61 yards, finishing the game with 197 yards rushing...
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