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Max Armstrong talks about Michigan doctor jailed by immigration officials. (audio)

Residents of New Carlisle, Ohio, said it sounded like thunder that rolled on for a while when that grain bin exploded on Sunday night, spilling more than 200 truckloads of grain onto a road.

Those 60 mph winds across Kansas yesterday could not have been helpful to wheat. Winds that powerful likely pulled more moisture from already dry soils. Wheat shipments, grain sorghum and corn exports are falling behind pace needed to meet USDA projections.

Five of top 10 in latest AP coaches poll are in Heartland of America.

The doctor’s patients and friends who know him are rallying around doctor put in jail last week. He was brought from Poland to this country in 1979 by his parents. The president needs to step in in this case.

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