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URBANA — A Champaign man who admitted taking part in a violent home invasion earlier this year has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
Korey Coleman, 21, who listed an address in the 1300 block of Scottsdale Drive, pleaded guilty Thursday before Judge Tom Difanis to home invasion.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Cedar Rapids Native Joey Gase will race in the NASCAR Nationwide Series at the Iowa Speedway in Newton this weekend. But before he competes, Gase will be back in his hometown to raise awareness for a special cause. Gase will throw out the first pitch at Thursday night’s Kernels game and will then go back to the place where his career began, Hawkeye Downs Speedway.
When U. S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow announced passage of the Farm Bill in February, she echoed a refrain from a car commercial.
“This is not your father's Farm Bill,” she said.
While Stabenow, the Michigan Democrat who leads the Senate Agriculture Committee, was referring to what proponents heralded as “reform” of some programs, her remarks were accurate on another score.
A fast spreading, crop destroying weed may be coming to the farms near you.
Palmer amaranth, which has plagued southern farms for decades, has been marching across the Midwest. It can decimate a crop. It can withstand many common herbicides. And it can cost farmers millions.
Roger Hargrafen, a farmer in Muscatine County, Iowa, is on the front lines in the battle against Palmer amaranth.