MONROE — The fall harvest was in full swing last week on the fertile and rolling topography of rural Green County.
Combines crawled across the landscape, trucks full of corn and soybeans scurried about and, in some spots, county work crews began installing a wooden snow fence.
Thursday appeared to be a picture-perfect day. But for some, there was shock, dismay, sadness and uncertainty.
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