Jun 13, 2014
An A to Z photo tour of beautiful Alabama mansions that have survived nearly 200 years
A fter last week's Odd Travels feature on Alabama's antebellum mansions in danger of being demolished or already lost to history, I promised to write this week about existing plantation homes.
Rain causing some concern for wheat harvest
The Athens area had received 6.61 inches. Regional Extension Agent Tyler Sandlin, who covers agronomic crops in the county, said the main concern right now is wheat.
Thursday's storm took out power to 5,000 Limestone County customers
LIMESTONE COUNTY, Alabama -- Officials say Thursday afternoon's storms had a brief but significant impact over the southern and southeast parts of Limestone County.
Workshops aim to ease transition between generations in family-owned farms
The Alabama Cooperative Extension System will hold a series of seminars next month to help ease the transition between generations in family farming.
Dadgum skeeters! Arctic blast will kill lots of bugs, just not many mosquitoes
The cold weather will slow down the termite swarm in the spring. And when it gets warm and they come out and then gets cold, it kills them."