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Darin Newsom DTN Senior Analyst
Tue Apr 15, 2014 08:49 AM CDT

As I sit in DTN's newsroom in Omaha early Tuesday morning, I can't help but think of Yogi Berra's famous line, "It's like dejà vu all over again."

Outside, cars are humming by on Dodge Street, the scene transporting me back 17 years to a little grain merchandising office in the Great Bend Co-Op, Great Bend, Kan. The din from the traffic moving by just out the window on Main Street was dulled by the buzz in the office. Coming out of the weekend, the U.S. Southern Plains had been blasted by consecutive nights of temperatures below 20 degrees. The ...

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