Food in a nutshell: 12/31/2022

New Year’s walk THOMPSONVILLE – A family-friendly art tour begins the morning of Jan. 11 at Michigan’s Legacy Art Park. Executive Director Angie Quinn leads this winter trip to see the outdoor sculptures. The tour includes new installations: a pine cone forest and two gates. Admission is $10 per adult; Free for veterans and youth. … Read more

CCHS Seniors compete in the FFA Floral Design Contest at the Expo.

MOULTRIE, GA – Price Jarvis, a Colquitt County High School senior, competed in the Georgia Future Farmers of America flower design competition at the Sunbelt Ag Expo Wednesday morning. Jarvis, along with 109 other FFA members, was ready to test their gardening knowledge in a three-part competition. “I’m glad. I love flower science. This is … Read more

CCHS Seniors compete in the FFA Floral Design Contest at the Expo.

MOULTRIE, GA – Price Jarvis, a Colquitt County High School senior, competed in the Georgia Future Farmers of America flower design competition at the Sunbelt Ag Expo Wednesday morning. Jarvis, along with 109 other FFA members, was ready to test their gardening knowledge in a three-part competition. “I’m glad. I love flower science. This is … Read more

SEMO District begins preparing for fair, added security for 2022

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO – The 2022 SEMO District Fair kicked off Tuesday at the fairgrounds, with eight days of events planned and increased security measures for the 166th event. The fair starts next Saturday, September 10th. It’s popular in the Missouri Bootle… closing out the summer with eight days of events. That includes big music, … Read more

Fairfield youth presented over 100 4-H exhibits.

FAIRFIELD — As the Nebraska State Fair wraps up, one Fairfield family will collect more than 100 exhibits submitted to this year’s statewide 4-H competition. Rachel Brill and her younger siblings, Emily and Nathan, are fans of the 4-H program, regularly submitting various projects to the Clay County Fair. Successful projects at the local level … Read more

FFA programs are being rebuilt after 2 years of challenge in Katowaba County

Three high schools in Katawaba County are working to rebuild their programs for future American farmers after losing two years of events and activities. Bande High School FFA Consultant Shannon Vanhoy reflected on the growth of the FFA during the end of the year. She said: “I feel like most of the 225 students on … Read more

Stop Stroll and Garden Tour

Albany, News 10 – The historic Albany Foundation (HAF) stop trolley and garden tour is scheduled for June 25. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Get the latest news, weather, sports and entertainment delivered directly to your inbox! The Historical Albany Foundation aims to protect the private, non-profit buildings, buildings, … Read more

Events Calendar Match May 21, 2022

Today Events – Family Soup hosts their annual Yuba-Sutter Walk-en-Roll event for special needs and disability awareness at Geweke Field, 808 Gray Ave., Yuba City. Check-in starts at 10 a.m. and walks start at 11 a.m. The event is free and everyone is welcome to participate. To register and order a free T-shirt, call 530-751-1925. … Read more

The A&E Calendar is the best for local entertainment

Registration for the Summer Studio Youth Arts Education at Huhkinson Arts Center, 15 Franklin St. “Sherman and March to the Sea” by Jim and Joyce Hendrix on Civil War’s Day 30-3 Re 30 at the Mecker County Museum, Hall, 308 N. Marshall Ave., Litchfield. . Introduction is a membership, which includes free e-mails that anticipate … Read more

Can technology save the world?

Athens – The Consul General of Switzerland, Peter Zimmerley, at the opening ceremony of the recent Clitic Symposium at the University of Georgia, appealed to the audience to expand their ideas on technology and sustainability. “Imagine a world where every human being has access to adequate food and adequate nutrition. Think of the world we … Read more