Most of us want to ignore dealing with soils. I recall teaching three classes on vegetables, fruit trees and soils. The vegetable and fruit classes were packed, but the soil class was almost empty. Most of the audience questions were soil related problems.
Last Sunday’s column told a story the moral of which was essentially this: Never underestimate the power you have as a mother or father rearing a child. Whatever power you think you have, I promise you that the child’s view of you is bigger and more powerful than that!
TODAY AT SANTA ANITA PARK by Richard Eng
If you need no introduction to Bill Fayne, you may already have tickets for “A Love Story” this afternoon.
Before it was Nye County, the first inhabitants referred to that sparsely populated swath of what became Nevada as part of the land of “Newe Sogobia,” the Western Shoshone words for “people of Mother Earth.”
The U.S. House voted last week to require consumers to be notified of breaches that could compromise personal data on new government health care websites.