PERRY, Ill. -- Dale Stevenson believes Quincy Public Schools is blessed to have a "dream team" of dedicated teachers, outstanding administrators and a dynamic School Board.
Now the Quincy community can "get in the game" by supporting the QPS Foundation's D
We bought a home! After six years of living in a townhouse on the edge of Macomb, we have started to burst at the seams. In that time, we have accumulated quite a few occupants in our current dwelling.
Diversified grain and livestock farms once were the model of U.S. agriculture. Farms often had crop and animal enterprises to help capture their complementary nature such as spreading the use of family labor throughout the year and recycling animal waste.
Eating homegrown beef at suppertime is nothing unusual for brother and sister Kye and Tyne Lehenbauer and their cousin Heidi Lehenbauer. But now beef from Lehenbauer Farms is on the menu this month for lunch for the cousins and their classmates in the Palmyra school district.
Waterhemp and Palmer amaranth, two aggressive weeds that threaten the food supply in North America, are increasingly hard to kill with commercially available herbicides.
QUINCY -- Ursa Farmers Cooperative General Manager Roger Hugenberg says things went very well right up to the end of the past fiscal year.
"Our fiscal year ends May 31. On May 30, we had a levee breach at Gregory Landing," Hugenberg said.