Sunday, March 2, 2008

Earth’s original satellite guides good gardening
By Terry Kelley
University of Georgia
The sky is filled with satellites, ones for weather, spying, communicating and even for ones for finding directions to the store. Many gardeners and farmers rely on a more ancient satellite - the moon. Farming and gardening by the signs, or phases, of the moon goes back to the days when dinosaur bones were tillage instruments.

Scholastic Sports Olympiad Just Announced!
3/2/08 (8:35 p.m.) The first ever Georgia Games Scholastic Sports Olympiad; a sports and physical fitness competition to crown school champions amongst all of Georgia's high schools and middle schools has just been... More

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