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Spud crop is looking good

Farmers say it’s the year for potatoes

September 26, 2013

ESCANABA — Baked, boiled, or chipped potatoes are a mainstay on dinner plates across America. Thanks to a good growing season, many of those plates may be filled with Upper Peninsula potatoes....

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Sep-27-13 2:28 PM

A typical cheesehead !!!!!Go lions !!!

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Sep-26-13 6:32 PM

a reel yooper,

Your 'point' being ?

Too many people don't challenge ANYTHING.

tOO many people don't challenge what they should be challenging.

Too many people don't know enough to know what they know should be challenged, so they don't know or condone what they should know as being fiction....

is that your 'point'...

just saying...

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Sep-26-13 5:20 PM

Hey froggy for someone who does not like the press, you sure are on their website a lot!!!

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Sep-26-13 12:32 PM

Just one of many, ‘small-potato’ stories from the press…

as usual.



became of the ‘homeless’ stories?

Is there no follow-up, follow through?

As usual,



the press ‘reported’ we are building another dog and cat house, though!

Could the ‘homeless’ ‘inherit’ the old cat house?

I don’t mean to be barking at the moon about this.

A homeless shelter,

is not just another small-potatoe story,

is it?

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