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  • Find Your Park and - the solar eclipse

    Find Your Park and - the solar eclipse

    August 15, 2017 - Watching the total solar eclipse from a national park will be totally cool. There will be breathtaking sights on the ground and in the sky. Grand Teton National Park (Wyoming) expects its single busiest day ever next Monday. Thousands of visitors will flock to the park to watch the rare celestial event. Twenty-one national parks are in the path of totality. The path is a 70-mile wide diagonal swath of the United States. The eclipse will start in Salem, Oregon and end in Columbia, South Carolina.

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  • Iowa farmers hoping for rain

    Iowa farmers hoping for rain

    August 8, 2017 - Iowa ranks number one in the United States for acres of corn planted, according to 2012 data. It had 13.7 million acres of corn. And it also ranks number one in soybean acres. In 2012, the Hawkeye state had 9.3 million acres of soybeans. When a portion of the state is under severe drought conditions, farmers and many others in related industries take note.

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  • Find Your Park and - the solar eclipse

    Find Your Park and - the solar eclipse

    August 15, 2017 - Watching the total solar eclipse from a national park will be totally cool. There will be breathtaking sights on the ground and in the sky. Grand Teton National Park (Wyoming) expects its single busiest day ever next Monday. Thousands of visitors will flock there to watch the rare celestial event. Twenty-one national parks are in the path of totality. The path is a 70-mile wide diagonal swath of the United States. The eclipse will start in Salem, Oregon and end in Columbia, South Carolina.

    Read More
  • Iowa farmers hoping for rain

    Iowa farmers hoping for rain

    August 8, 2017 - Iowa ranks number one in the United States for acres of corn planted. This information is from 2012 data. The state had 13.7 million acres of corn. And it also ranks number one in soybean acres. In 2012, the Hawkeye state had 9.3 million acres of soybeans. When a portion of the state is under severe drought conditions, farmers and many others take note.

    Read More

* SNN Stories with less than 800 words.

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