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It’s about time I can feel a bit of autumn in the air. The hurricane that missed us brought a bit of wind that began to spoil me with its slight feel of a temperature of less than 90 degrees. There are a few yellowish leaves, whether from heat or the changing of seasons I couldn’t be sure. However, I am sure I am way past ready for this summer of unbelievable heat to be over.

Scams are alive and well in Fort Madison, and headquartered in Fort Madison’s City Hall.

The National Children’s Center estimates one child dies about every three days in an agriculture-related incident. One common incident where children are harmed is when they are an extra rider on a farm or lawn care tractor.

Not long ago, I heard part of an interview with “climate change contrarian” Patrick Michaels, that started me thinking about not only how we receive information but how reliable that information may be.

HERKIMER — Hands-on classes for learning and using QuickBooks for farming operations to save accounting and bookkeeping time (and money) will be held on Wednesdays, Oct. 2, 9, 16 and 23 from 7 to 9 p.m. at CCE Herkimer County, 5657 State Route 5.