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Dry weather is needed for planting crops, but rain is needed to make them grow. Northern Illinois has recently been experiencing drought conditions, the National Integrated Drought Information System says. (Independent photo by Tricia Carzoli)

By Morgen Neuhauser news@the woodstockindependent.com  Woodstock, along with much of Illinois, has been classified as “abnormally dry” by the National Integrated Drought Information System. That is a classification used to […]

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