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Showy plant picks

January 17, 2021 | tqujrlgr | No Comments

first_imgFrom a Golden Isle tour through the largest collection of native plants in Georgia to Georgia Gold Medal winners, “Gardening in Georgia” has something for Georgia plant lovers statewide.”Gardening in Georgia” airs on Georgia Public Broadcasting stations across Georgia each Thursday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.The show airing May 17 and 19 will give a glimpse of the walled rose garden at the newly renovated, renowned vacation jewel, The Cloister, on Georgia’s Sea Island. A little-known gem is at Georgia Perimeter College in the south DeKalb County neighborhood of Panthersville. The college’s Native Plant Garden has plants of the Southeast and ferns from around the world that can easily grow in the South.Each year, a committee of Georgia plant experts selects trees, shrubs, vines and flowers that flourish in the state. Gardening guru and show host Walter Reeves will reveal his six favorites from this year’s Georgia Gold Medal plant list.Reeves, a retired University of Georgia Extension agent, will also show how to transplant Lenten roses.”Gardening in Georgia” is coproduced by GPB and the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Each show is geared to Georgia soils, climate and growing conditions.The 2007 season is made possible through an underwriting gift from McCorkle Nurseries and support from the Metro Atlanta Landscape and Turf Association. For more on “Gardening in Georgia,” visit www.gardeningingeorgia.com.last_img read more

first_imgWhile Morrison can not be ousted as party leader after changes to Liberal party rules following Turnbull’s fall, he will not want poor polling to impact his legislative agenda before the next election that must be held before 2022.Morrison came under fire from voters in December when it was revealed he was on a family holiday in Hawaii as the country’s bushfire crisis escalated.When two fire fighters were killed, forcing him to return, his initial inaction and later refusal to link the fires with climate change drew criticism that he lacked leadership at a time of national crisis. Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison will on Tuesday front parliament for the first time in three months as he seeks to repair his standing with voters angry by his response to the country’s bushfire crisis and a scandal over sports funding.Morrison secured re-election in May 2019, defying polls that had indicated voters would punish his conservative government for ousting its former leader Malcolm Turnbull in 2018.Less than nine months after what he described as his “miracle” re-election, Morrison is now unpopular with voters and under pressure from opposition Labor lawmakers. The prolonged bushfire season has killed 33 people and an estimated 1 billion native animals since September. About 2,500 homes have been destroyed and more than 11.7 million hectares of tinder-dry bushland have been razed.Public anger at Morrison and his government has also been fuelled by an independent audit of public spending which found the government used a A$100 million ($68.4 million) sport development fund to target votes in marginal electorates ahead of the last election.The Australian National Audit Office said 400 projects received funding, with more than 70 percent done without any endorsement by the governing body for sport in Australia.When the report was first released Morrison refused to discipline the former sports minister who approved the funding, drawing more voter criticism.Bridget McKenzie, the deputy leader of the Nationals – the junior member of Morrison’s conservative coalition – on Sunday resigned after she was ruled to have breached ministerial rules when as sports minister she approved a A$36,000 grant for a shooting club where she was a member.Topics :center_img This photo illustration taken on May 19, 2019 show Sunday newspapers in Melbourne displaying the victory of Australia’s coalition government after they clung to power in a general election they were expected to lose. Australia’s ruling conservative coalition defied expectations to retain power in national elections on May 18, prompting Prime Minister Scott Morrison to declare: (AFP/William West)”The Labor party will be like a mosquito on a nudist beach, they are so many fleshy issues for them to bite into,” said John Hewson, former leader of the Liberal Party, now headed by Morrison.”They will go after him on issues of climate and he’s defence of the sports funding. He will be under huge pressure.”A Newspoll for The Australian newspaper on Monday showed Morrison’s approval rating was at its lowest level since he assumed office, while his government is trailing the Labor party by a margin of 52% to 48%.last_img read more

Football Friday-Week #4 (9-13)

September 24, 2020 | tqujrlgr | No Comments

first_imgCountry 103.9 WRBI-The Batesville Bulldogs will be hosting The Rushville Lions in a battle of unbeatens.WRBIRADIO.COM-The East Central Trojans travel to Franklin County to battle The Wildcats.  It’s Homecoming in Brookville.WRBI’s Countdown To Kickoff will be at 6.Other area games.Greensburg hosts Lawrenceburg.South Dearborn hosts Connersville.Milan hosts Eastern Hancock.  Homecoming for The Indians.North Decatur at Knightstown.South Decatur hosts Edinburgh.We will keep you updated with the games tonight.Indiana Sports Talk with Bob Lovell follows the games.last_img

first_imgAttorney General William Barr is threatening to not testify before the House Judiciary Committee this Thursday, as he and Congressional Democrats clash over the proposed format for questioning him about Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on the Russia investigation.In response, New York Democratic Representative Jerrold Sadler, who serves as committee chairman, says, “The witness is not going to tell the committee how to conduct its hearing, period.” Sadler also told CNN that if Barr does not appear, “then we will have to subpoena him, and we will have to use whatever means we can to enforce the subpoena.”White House attorneys have already hinted that they plan to tell former White House counsel Donald McGahn II and other former officials to not comply with subpoenas from their testimonies. Last week, the Treasury Department allowed a deadline set by House Democrats to submit President Trump’s tax returns to pass.According to Norman Ornstein, a Congressional expert at the American Enterprise Institute, “This is part of this massive resistance by the Trump administration. It’s basically a middle finger to Congress and its powers, and we’re going to see what Congress does about it.”Nadler wants to allow each committee member to question Barr for five minutes. He also proposes a second round of questioning for both sides, and wants their attorneys to be present.A senior Justice Department official says Barr agree to appear before Congress but not its staff, and that he should therefore only be questioned by members of Congress.In addition, his plan calls for the committee to discuss the redacted sections of the special counsel’s report in a closed session, something to which Barr and the Justice Department object.Daniel Schwarz, Nadler’s spokesman, says, “It would be a shame if Barr refused to show, but it is important that there be a chance to ask follow-up questions, and members should not be prohibited from asking about redacted sections, which means we would need to go into executive session in order for Barr to be able to answer in a secure setting.”Questioning by staff members has previously been allowed during impeachment inquiries into presidents Nixon and Clinton, as well as in the investigation into the FBI’s handling of Hillary Clinton’s emails in 2016.last_img read more