The rain that didn't arrive as predicted Memorial Day weekend has sent many farmers back into their fields to replant corn and beans.
Local agriculture experts say farmers were hoping the forecasted rain would soften the surface of the soil to allow recently-planted seedlings to emerge. Unfortunately, the rain didn't come. To make matters worse, seeds are scarce this year and planting costs are at a record high, says a local seed dealer. [More]
Celina Police investigated a pair of unusual accidents in recent days - one involving a pedestrian in a drive-thru lane at a fast food restaurant and the other involving a wife who drove over her husband's foot.