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  • Prepaying farm expenses as a tax planning tool
    Friday, December 02, 2016 1:00 AM
    Farmers typically pay for seed, fertilizer, and other inputs in one year and use the items in the subsequent year. There are many reasons to do so, such as: obtaining a lower purchase price, guarantee the availability of the particular item, and of course for tax planning purposes. Typically larger farmers can spend tens of thousands of dollars on year-end prepaid expenses in order to adjust taxable income to a desired level; therefore, it is extremely important that farmers adhere to the IRS rules regarding prepaid expenses.
  • All hail our new Caesar
    Friday, December 02, 2016 1:00 AM
    Some say the war is over. The two year media created controversy of who should be our next emperor that is. Sure there has been widespread division and polarization, but isn't that just all part of the game to make it seem that we really have a choice? "It’s us against them. We are the cool ones. We know where it’s at. We are the good guys and they are a bunch of stupid monkeys!"... We never learn. We fall for it every time.
  • Be thankful for Trump’s presidency
    Friday, December 02, 2016 1:00 AM
    Thanksgiving may officially be over, but Americans have much to be thankful for.
    To my liberal and Democratic Party friends (not always one and the same), please enjoy the freedom you have to protest and fear the unknown that is President-elect Trump.
  • Thanksgiving – A Time for Reflection
    Tuesday, November 29, 2016 1:00 AM
    The month of November provides a unique opportunity to celebrate two important holidays: Veterans Day and Thanksgiving. In many ways, I find it no coincidence that these two days of reflection occur in the same month. As we reflect on all that we are fortunate to have, and all that we are thankful for, the men and women who serve our community and nation are at the forefront of our minds. 
  • Picking your seat
    Friday, November 25, 2016 1:00 AM
    Do families still have a kids table and a grown-ups table set for Thanksgiving? I hope so. That rite of passage of moving up from the little to the big table is something that should be felt by as many youngsters as possible.
  • Modern day turkey farming
    Wednesday, November 23, 2016 1:00 AM
    With the holiday season upon us, many will be enjoying their holiday meals by serving turkey as the main course. Therefore, I would like to share some facts about turkey production in the United States.
  • Bomb Pershing County?
    Friday, November 18, 2016 1:00 AM
    It has got to be more than just my opinion. It appear to me that events are becoming more strange and bizarre as time goes on.
  • Comments on condition  of burned Nevada Rangeland
    Friday, November 18, 2016 1:00 AM
    On a recent (October 2016) trip through areas of Northern Nevada rangeland that have been burned in fires during the past 3 years, I have made a few casual, unscientific observations. The purpose of my trip was hunting and camping in portions of Elko and Humboldt counties that had been heavily burned in recent range fires. I had hunted and camped in the same areas on different occasions in years before the fire damage had occurred and was saddened to see the destruction of the natural landscape that has occurred in recent years.
  • Independent voters,  take the next step
    Friday, November 18, 2016 1:00 AM
    In the 2016 election, 73,918 Nevadans voted against the two-party system. The Libertarians and their candidate Gary Johnson were the biggest winners with 37,299 votes. Yet Nevadans also cast 28,824 for None of the Above (NOTA), 5,254 for the Independent American Party, and 2,541 for No Party Preference. An awareness is emerging that something is very wrong in our political process. Nevadans deserve better.
  • Salt and go
    Friday, November 18, 2016 1:00 AM
    It’s a salty world. The oceans are salty. Salt is mined, dried from salty earth, created from brine that is dried. It is white and sometimes pink. It is iodized and sometimes not. We use salt to melt ice and snow on the roads in the winter when the snow comes.

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