Greensburg — Layne Sanders, a sophomore at Greensburg Community High School, and Morgan Tomson, a junior at South Decatur High School, were recently elected to the Indiana Beef Cattle Junior Executives Board. Layne is the daughter of Scott and Beth Sanders. Morgan is the daughter of Jim and Beth Tomson.
- New Purdue Extension educator off and running
- No license needed to fish on Free Fishing Day
- Farmer’s market returns to downtown Greensburg
Conservation Officers investigate stream pollution
Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating a stream pollution of Clifty Creek located west of Greensburg.
Sanders qualifies for state livestock judging contest
Greensburg Community High School junior and FFA member Layne Sanders has qualified for the state FFA Livestock Judging Contest scheduled for May 18 at Purdue University in West Lafayette.
North Decatur FFA teams impress at Area I Livestock Contest
Members of the North Decatur FFA Chapter won the Area I Livestock Evaluation Contest held April 11 at the Decatur County Fairgrounds.
Ag Day Fair celebrates 20 years
A picturesque Tuesday proved to be just the right setting for the 20th annual Ag Day Fair held at the Decatur County fairgrounds.
Ag Field of Interest Fund continues to grow
A regular meeting of the Decatur County Community Foundation’s (DCCF) Ag Committee was preceded with a celebration Thursday morning at the Foundation’s office.
Ag Day Fair celebrates 20th anniversary
Decatur County Farm Bureau Inc. will be coordinating the 20th annual Ag Day Fair for fourth grade students of Greensburg, North Decatur, South Decatur and St. Mary’s Elementary Tuesday, April 9.
Soil and Water offering trees to benefit animal shelter
For the fifth year in celebration of Arbor Day and Earth Day, at 9 a.m. April 20, approximately 1,000 Red Oak, Bald Cyprus, Flowering Dogwood, and Tulip Trees will be given away by Decatur County Soil and Water.
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