June 15, 2006 RSS feed / News

Leathersville News

Mr. and Mrs. Art Fizer, Mrs. Edna Bailey, Mrs. Trudelle Bentley and Ms. Carolyn Goff have been visitors of James and Nancy Bailey. More...

Contest winners

A baby contest, sponsored by the Pastor's Aide of Parks Grove F.B.H. More...

Tankersley, Drinkard named to Dean's List at UGA for spring qtr.

April Lynn Tankersley and Lindsay Holland Drinkard were recently named to the Dean's List at the University of Georgia for spring semester. More...

USDA offers collection of useful tips, answers to food safety questions

As the 2006 hurricane season begins, USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service today announced the availability of a comprehensive collection of useful tips and answers to food safety questions for Americans living in hurricane-prone states. More...

Hot temperatures bring unwanted house guests indoors

As outdoor temperatures get hotter and conditions get drier, humans aren't the only ones coming indoors. Argentine ants are marching inside, too. More...

Sizzling summer heat scorching landscapes

Water restrictions aren't the only threat to green Georgia lawns. The searing summer heat is scorching landscapes across the state. More...

Consumers get answers from department of agriculture

Prepared by the Georgia Department of Agriculture, Office of Public Affairs, Tommy Irvin Commissioner. Call Consumer Q's hotline at 1-800282-5852. More...

Watermelon Festival slated for August 12

Mark your calendars for Saturday, August 12, 2006, for the 3rd Annual Tom Watson Watermelon Festival. Everyone gets a FREE Tom Watson Watermelon to take home. This year's festival is bigger and better than ever. More...

HIGH STAKES

Stake tall flowers to prevent wind damage, say experts with the University of Georgia Extension Service. Use stakes large enough to support the plant, but not too conspicuous. Soft twine or plastic twist-ties can secure the stems to the stakes. More...

Leave dogs at home when visiting Georgia beaches

Man's best friend can prove to be a nesting shorebird's worst nightmare on Georgia's beaches. More...