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An elderly Frankfort man is recovering at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital after his tractor flipped over Saturday morning.
Leslie J. Mitchell, 70, had just finished dumping some dirt at his McCann Lane home around 9:30 a.m. when his Farmall 1066 tractor started going backwards downhill, struck a tree and rolled over, pinning Mitchell underneath, his wife told responding Franklin County Sheriff’s deputies.
Now less than 4 weeks away. The show is Friday 4/6 and Saturday 4/7. Things can be brought in on Thursday. They don't have to be removed until Sunday although most everything will probably be cleared out on Saturday (Sunday is Easter).
Coming soon to FarmallCub.Com, a safety test and with a 100% correct score, the member will receive a special "Circle of Safety" award badge for their profile.
The goal of this test is to promote tractor safety among our community of Cub & Cadet enthusiasts. FarmallCub.Com believes that as the community of owners grows with younger generations, it is very important that these new owners have a firm understanding of how dangerous older tractors are compared to newer models with modern safety features.
In 1982, Erny Bugbee went to his first buckle show in Hayes, Kan.
The next year, the Alma native decided to design a belt buckle himself -- a 1983 Cornhusker football buckle cast in pewter.
Now, 28 years later, Bugbee has a collection of nearly 40,000 buckles he sells to collectors across the Midwest.
Bugbee brought his buckles to Lincoln for more than 2,000 collectors to see at the 26th annual Husker Toy & Buckle Show on Sunday at the Lancaster Event Center.
BAMBERG - The Bamberg County Sheriff's Office has arrested and charged two men with two counts each of motor vehicle theft and trespass to real property stemming from a Dec. 13 incident.
Donnie T. Ryan Jr., 20, of 267 Sash Lane, Ehrhardt and Cecil Scotty Folk, 17, of 3547 Colston Road, Bamberg were arrested on Dec. 15 after an investigation by the BCSO. Both men posted bond of $2,500 each and were released.
Grain bin accidents are deadly, either form suffocation inside a bin, inside a semi-trailer, or from falls, or from being caught in an auger. And this is the time of year when more farmers and their families are working around grain bins on their farms, or dumping corn into trucks and hauling it in from the field.
Rollovers remain the most deadly of farm accidents...
Tuscaloosa County man gives antique tractors a second life
By Robert DeWitt
Perhaps it all started because Henry Harless never got a chance to till the soil like his grandfather.
“I always liked tractors,” Harless said as he relaxed in the orderly shop area behind his home in northwest Tuscaloosa County. “I guess I always wanted to farm and never got the opportunity.”