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Change is already afoot in the Padres organization. Farm director Sam Geaney has been let go, the Union-Tribune confirmed Tuesday. Geaney's contract was up at the end of the season. Geaney's departure was first reported by The Athletic. Geaney was hired in October 2014 as General Manager A.J. Preller settled in as the head of the Padres' baseball operations and was charged with overseeing the ...

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Grandpa always used to say in early fall there is food to beat the band. So it is this year in far-northern Wisconsin. It’s the time of wonderful bounty with a myriad of fruits, vegetables, meats and almost all produce imaginable to tempt visitors and residents.

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A wet summer that brought several tropical storms and a barrage of torrential rain to Connecticut has hit farms hard, ruining fall crops and dealing a blow to the state’s $4 billion-a-year agriculture sector. Ida and Henri flooded about 25 acres of Rodger Phillips’ 300-acre Sub Edge Farm, leaving some places submerged 7 feet, killing turkeys and destroying kale, winter squash, pumpkins and ...