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Oct 15, 2020

Fall hiking in Door County: See blooming flowers, animals preparing for winter - Green Bay Press Gazette

Ridges are open, including the third-mile-long Hidden Brook Boardwalk that heads out from behind the Cook-Fuller Nature Center, 8166 State 57, Baileys Harbor. The wheelchair-accessible boardwalk is wide enough to allow for two-way traffic and passes through ridges and swales as well as the brook and plant and animal life.Other trails wander through Ridges properties and lead hikers to the Upper and Lower Range Lights, the paired lighthouses on the Lake Michigan shore.For more information, visit parksFive of Door County's 19 county parks, one including a section of the Ahnapee State Trail, offer hiking trails, according to the Door County Parks Department website: Ellison Bluff, Ahnapee State Trail, Cave Point, Door Bluff Headlands and Sugar Creek.Ellison Bluff County Park in the town of Liberty Grove offers both natural and accessible trails. One trail offer views of the bays of Green Bay and Ellison Bay, and a stairway climb provides more spectacular views.The Ahnapee State Trail is part of the state's Rails to Trails program. The former railroad bed covers more than 40 miles along the Ahnapee and Kewaunee rivers through woods and fields from Sturgeon Bay to Algoma, with another section heading to Casco and Luxemburg before finishing in Kewaunee. It can be accessed from parking lots (with restrooms) at the trailhead at 1820 S. Neenah Ave., Sturgeon Bay; or Forestville Dam County Park, 1613 State 423, Maplewood.Cave Point, off Door County WD in the town of Sevastopol, is best known for its spectacular views of the Lake Michigan shore that can be accessed on a narrow walk, although hikers should know that there is no fencing or other protection from the steep dr...

Mar 19, 2020

Record-setting Virginia RB Devin Flowers commits to SU as walk-on -

Flowers becomes the second preferred walk-on to commit to Syracuse in the last two weeks, joining New Jersey linebacker Tyler Cook.Stephen Bailey covers Syracuse football for The Post-Standard/ You can follow him on Twitter @Stephen_Bailey1 and on Facebook. He can also be reached anytime via email.More Syracuse football:Thanks for visiting Quality local journalism has never been more important, and your subscription matters. Not a subscriber yet? Please consider subscribing to our Orange Insider package.

Feb 27, 2020

New recreational marijuana shop offers different type of Valentine’s Day flower -

Kinship offers flower, cartridges, CBD, edibles, topicals and more, for medical and recreational marijuana, Assistant Manager Kathleen Bailey said."The edible gummies on the recreational side are like hotcakes," Bailey said. "Quicker than I can say 'edible gummies,' they're off the shelf."The 2,400-square-foot building was built from scratch, and two more buildings are on their way up on the property so Kinship can grow and process their own marijuana. From the parking lot to the security system to the building itself, Molino said Kinship wants to dispel stereotypes about what marijuana shops look like."People don't want to have to buy their product in the alley," Molino said. "They want to come here, feel safe and secure, know that the medicine's been tested and it's been tracked."Township limits number of marijuana businessesParma, Pulaski and Leoni townships as well as the city of Jackson are the only communities in Jackson County to opt into allowing recreational marijuana businesses to open up.In Parma, the planning commission decided to limit the number of businesses to two – allowing each business to stack grower, processor and retailer licenses for the same property. The township is limiting it to two, so as not to oversaturate the area, Supervisor Wendy Chamberlain said.Kinship has followed through on all their promises to the township and is a first-class facility, she said.A second medical and recreational marijuana business is has initial approval to open up on Michigan Avenue, Chamberlain said.Parma residents voted 526 to 463 – which is roughly 53 percent voting yes – in favor of legalizing marijuana in the November 2018 election.amp-ad width="300" height="250" type="doubleclick" data-slot="/344101295/MI/" layout="responsive" json="{ "targeting":{ "RG_Platform": ["AMP"], "RG_ATF": ["False"], "RG_AdSlot": ["InContent_Center"], "RG_A9": ["Advance_AL_BTF_AMP"], "RG_PAGETYPE": ["AM...

Oct 10, 2019

Cheryl O'Farrell, 63 of Montrose, Mo. - 921News

Chad Longhofer, Sean (Katrina) O’Farrell, and Nathan O’Farrell; two brothers: Greg Barry and Bobby Fine II; granddaughters: Samantha Roberts, Maddi Bailey, Zoe Longhofer, Alexis O’Farrell, and Kaylee O’Farrell; great-grandchildren: Zevlin Roberts and Xavier Roberts; along with two dogs, Marley and Duke, and many more family and dear friends. READ LESS © 2019, 921News. All rights reserved.

Sep 19, 2019

Daniel Johnston has died; Austin singer-songwriter and artist was 58; Cause of death not known - CBS News

MTV's "Cutting Edge." Bailey Bailey hugs the frog-like creature known as "Jeremiah the Innocent" at the "Hi, How Are You" mural created by musician and artist Daniel Johnston on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019, in Austin, Texas. Nick Wagner / AP His songs often contained innocent pleas for love and bore titles such as "Life in Vain," ''True Love Will Find You in the End" and "Walking the Cow." Johnston's struggles with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia formed the heart of the Oscar-nominated 2005 documentary "The Devil and Daniel Johnston." The documentary's filmmaker, Jeff Feuerzeig, told KEYE Johnston was "the greatest songwriter of my generation."Feuerzeig said he first discovered Johnston in the '80s through underground cassette tapes sent from a P.O. Box in Austin. Through the "hissy" sound of the tape, Feuerzeig said he could tell Johnston was "literally at the level of Bob Dylan or Lou Reed" as a songwriter.Feurezeig said Johnston was "very open" about his mental illness. "Back in the years in the '80s, when it was not a subject people were free to talk about — I think he's broken down a lot of those barriers because a lot of people suffer from this," Feuerzeig said.

Aug 22, 2019

Sunflowers in October? Breeders are racing to develop plants that flower again and again. - The Washington Post

Anything that gives gardeners more confidence and gratification is good for the world of horticulture,” said David Roberts, head breeder at Bailey Innovations. “It makes it easier even for a novice gardener to feel successful, and that drives the industry.”The company is the plant development arm of Bailey Nurseries, which markets the Endless Summer brand of re-blooming hydrangeas, represented by five varieties. Since their introduction in 2004, almost 30 million plants have been sold.Shrubs that bloom in spring, such as azaleas, must get their flower buds through the winter. Summer-flowering shrubs flower from new growth, so the key to developing ever bloomers is to find plants that do both. All those years ago, Lee noticed that some azalea varieties had a tendency to flower sporadically in the fall, so he crossed those with a summer-blooming azalea from Taiwan (and many others along the way). The 31 he and McConnell have introduced were selected from tens of thousands of seedlings Lee has made over the past four decades.Another way to keep a plant flowering is to give it sterile flowers. Denied successful pollination, it keeps producing blossoms.Proven Winners Re-blooming lilac Bloomerang Dark Purple. Proven Winners Hydrangea Let's Dance Rave. A few practical points: Flowering takes a lot out of a plant, so it’s a good idea to give the plants optimal conditions. For azaleas, that means a little shade, organically enriched, moisture-retentive soil on the acidic side, and a light mulch.Some of the re-flowering shrubs should be given a light trim after the initial spring flowering. This will encourage the new growth that carries the new flower buds.More so than with other plants, it’s important that re-bloomers be allowed to rest before the arrival of freezes, because if they are in tender growth, they are prone to damage or death. Stop fertilizing by the end of July, don’t prune them in late summer and cut back on watering in early fall. Azaleas The first Encore Azalea, Autumn Rouge, was introduced in 1997. The series includes dwarf plants (up to three feet) and intermediates (three to five feet high), and colors such as red, purple, shades of pink and white. Spring Meadow Nursery in Grand Haven, Mich., under the Proven Winners brand, produces a re-blooming azalea developed by North Carolina State University breeder Thomas Ranney and named Perfecto Mundo. It was selected for its compact size, hardiness and resistance to lacebug, said Stacey Hirvela, horticulture marketing specialist at Spring Meadow. A second will be available to consumers in 2021, she said.Monrovia has five varieties under its Double Shot series. The energy the plant puts into the flowers helps to keep it compact, Pedersen said. Hydrangeas We speak here of the eternally popular hortensia hydrangea that blooms in June (in the Mid-Atlantic) known botanically as Hydrangea macrophylla. Its flowering on the previous year’s wood led to three basic problems: In northern states, it could be counted on to survive but not bloom after a harsh winter, especially without a protective snow cover. In the South, it was prone to sprout in early spring and then get damaged by a late frost. The third calamity came at the hands of the neatnik gardener, who cut it back in March and removed most of its flowering wood.The first re-bloomer, Endless Summer, was launched 15 years ago. The range extends to five varieties, including a lacecap named Twist-n-Shout. The latest was introduced this year as a compa...