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Georgia peach crop faces nearly 80 percent loss

Georgia peach crop faces nearly 80 percent loss

The problem for farmers in both Georgia and neighboring SC is cold. Backyard Orchards, located on USA 431 at the Russell County-Barbour County line, was hit hard previous year when half of its 10 acres of peach trees were lost to disease caused by the December 2015 flood, Corcoran said.


2 dead, 1 missing after milling plant explosion in Wisconsin

2 dead, 1 missing after milling plant explosion in Wisconsin

Cambria Village President Glen Williams said the fire was contained by early Thursday, but he said the building was destroyed. Dalton knows numerous Didion Million employees and the area first responders that were called to the scene, and says it's a tragedy affecting the whole community.



French President Emmanuel Macron Trolls Donald Trump: 'Make Our Planet Great Again'

President Trump's beliefs regarding climate change have ranged from his claim that it is a "hoax" to being a signatory on a 2009 New York Times advertisement making the case for action on climate change. "If we can't, that's fine", Trump said. "This decision must not stand", he said . The EU and China are expected to announce intensified joint measures to reduce carbon emissions in a statement later on Friday, including developing more green technology and helping to raise $100 ...


State budget passes Senate, but work continues on companion bill

State budget passes Senate, but work continues on companion bill

We either elect more Republican Senators in 2018 or change the rules now to 51%. Sens. Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst, both Republicans from Iowa who are active players in the health care debate, admitted that completely repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act doesn't look like it's going to be in the cards.



US buildings light up green in solidarity with Paris climate accord

Projecting the greenhouse gas emissions of disparate countries over many decades, and how they will change the planet's climate, is no exact science . In unusually strong comments, Japanese environment minister Koichi Yamamoto said: "It's as if they've turned their back on the wisdom of humanity".


Portland suspect shouts 'free speech or die' in court

Portland suspect shouts 'free speech or die' in court

Police records show he yelled racial and religious epithets last Friday . Mangum's visit came hours after Fletcher posted an emotional video on Facebook , thanking the public and asking people to focus on the two teens - and not him. white savior complex". Fletcher shoved Christian back and continued telling him to get off the train. Christian said he went to school through 9th grade, but passed the high school equivalency exam commonly known as the GED and took some community ...