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PNS Daily Newscast - August 21, 2018 


Trump tells Reuters he fears a perjury trap. Also on the Tuesday rundown: Iowa activists to protest in support of a nationwide prison strike; and a solar project throws shade on the Keystone XL pipeline.

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Rural/Farming

A new generation of farmers and ranchers need to be cultivated for Idaho. Most farmers are approaching retirement, and sons and daughters aren't ...Read More
Colony Collapse Disorder is devastating the nation's honeybee population and policymakers at the highest levels are worried. Richard Adee with Adee ...Read More
A change in the weather may be on the way when it comes to the political climate and disaster relief for Montana farmers and ranchers. The U.S ...Read More
There is a growing number of Iowans who see the benefits of buying locally produced food, but the problem has been connecting them with the farmers ...Read More
Spring is the time when bees go to work helping to pollinate plants, but they may be scarce this year. A mystery scientists are calling "colony ...Read More
Spring is the time of the birds and the bees, but one of those two may be scarce this year. A mysterious honeybee blight is threatening food crops ...Read More
Two Midwest based farm groups are fanning out across the state this week to gauge public support for provisions in the farm bill that would help attra ...Read More
One of the last items approved and funded by the Iowa legislature during this session was the Farm to School Program. The program will encourage ...Read More
It has all the hallmarks of a suspense thriller. Honeybees dying and disappearing by the millions in Ohio, and other states, and very few clues as ...Read More
Once school is out, parents all over North Dakota will be scrambling to find summer activities for their children. One popular option is the North ...Read More
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