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PNA Annual Photo Contest
“Body In Motion”

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Conservatives See Mental Illness,
Social Breakdown Behind Shootings

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Conservatives say shootings such as those in El Paso and Dayton are the result of mental illness and a deterioration in society’s moral groundings , according to a poll conducted by The Conservative Caucus. The breakdown of the family was cited by 86% as a cause of mass shootings, while mental illness and social media […]

Farmers Count On Neighbors
To Shop At Markets

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By Rhea Landholm brand marketing and communications manager Center for Rural Affairs Some family farms have been feeding our neighbors for more than 100 years, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. Katie Jantzen is one such farmer. The fifth generation on her family farm, she grows produce, some of it to […]

Stay Healthy….. Travel!

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By Bob & Sandy Nesoff In an increasingly sedentary society people have become insular and along with that a wide variety of ills have befallen society. Obesity, diabetes, memory loss and a host of other maladies are the gift to those who simply don’t get out and do things. There are some who are in […]

Is Your Memory
Beginning To Worry You?

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from the American Counseling Association You may have seen a sign or t-shirt with the slogan, “My ability to remember song lyrics from the 80s far exceeds my ability to remember why I walked into the kitchen.” It’s a funny quote, but one clearly based on a real issue many people experience as they age.  […]

Enroll In Conservation Reserve
Programs By August 23rd

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By Anna Johnson, policy manager Center for Rural Affairs Farmers and ranchers with expiring contracts with the Conservation Reserve Program, or who are interested in enrolling land in the Continuous Conservation Reserve Program (CCRP) should take note of an upcoming deadline. The U.S. Department of Agriculture – Farm Service Agency has announced the deadline to […]

Alliance College Alumni
Association Now Accepting
Scholarship Applications

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60 Years of Farming Left?

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The Dust Bowl of the 1930s was one of the worst man-made disasters in our history. Due to poor farming practices and many years of drought, topsoil in the southern plains turned to dust and blew away. Failed crops and dead farm animals led to the hunger and misery of the Great Depression. Is the […]

Undefeated Polish Star Adam Kownacki
Battles Chris Arreola In Heavyweight
Showdown Saturday, August 3rd At Barclays

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BROOKLYN (June 6, 2019) – Undefeated Polish star and Brooklyn-native Adam Kownacki will look to thrill in front of a hometown crowd when he steps into the ring against veteran former title challenger Chris “The Nightmare” Arreola for a 12-round heavyweight showdown that headlines FOX PBC Fight Night on FOX and FOX Deportes Saturday, August […]

Pascrell Backs Robocall Relief

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WASHINGTON, DC  (July 24, 2019) – U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) today voted in favor of H.R. 3375, the bipartisan Stopping Bad Robocalls Act, which passed the House of Representatives. The legislation will outlaw numerous prevalent practices by robocallers and establish new government powers to go after fraudsters. H.R. 3375 also gives phone carriers 18 […]