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Former ISIS bride who left US for Syria says she ‘interpreted everything very wrong’

ABC News(NEW YORK) — In her first television interview, a 24-year-old Alabama woman who spent four years as an ISIS bride told ABC News that she’d felt obligated to go to Syria once the so-called caliphate had been announced by the terror group. Hoda Muthana was born in New Jersey and moved to New York …

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Snow Emergency in anticipation of forecasted snow amounts

The City of Mitchell is declaring a snow emergency effective at 5:00 a.m Wednesday, February 20th. All vehicles shall be removed from Snow Emergency Routes or they will be subject to ticket and towing. NO PARKING will be allowed on Snow Emergency Routes until after the storm is over and the streets have been plowed …

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Wisconsin FFA chapters use FFA Week to help an advisor

FFA chapters from northwestern Wisconsin are using National FFA Week to help one of their own.  When Bloomer High School advisor DeWayne Fossum lost his home to fire last week, the schools in Wisconsin Section One started a challenge to raise money to help the family.  Bloomer agriculture educator Darren Swartz tells Brownfield FFA Advisor …

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Corn could be big winner in China trade deal

An ag economist sees corn as a big winner if the U.S. and China negotiate a new trade deal. Todd Hubbs with the University of Illinois tells Brownfield Chinese clean air policies will require huge amounts of ethanol, and the U.S. boasts the capacity to serve that market. “Even corn for grain, (China) has run …

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Listen now: Kip Moore takes “The Bull” by the horns with new single

MCA NashvilleThe rebellious fan favorite “The Bull” is Kip Moore’s third single from his Slowheart album. “Most of all/most of all/thanks to the bulls that bucked me off,” the Georgia native sings on the track, which happens to be the first release of his career that he didn’t have a hand in writing. But even though he didn’t help craft …

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7-year-old’s hot chocolate stand raises $5K for Trump’s border wall

manyakotic/iStock(AUSTIN) — A young Texas boy has raised thousands of dollars to support President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall with his hot chocolate stand. Austin resident Shane Stevens posted a Facebook video of his son, Benton, manning his hot chocolate stand in a parking lot next to a gas station on Saturday afternoon. “So, what …

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