CIBOLA COUNTY, N.M. - Farmers and food processors are struggling on several fronts because of the pandemic, according to national media reports. The deadly disease has sickened agricultural workers; dairy farmers are discarding milk that can’t be sold to processors; broiler operations have been breaking eggs to reduce supplies; and some fruits and vegetables have been left in the field to rot.
GRANTS, N.M. – Some slight changes have been made to the graduation plans for Grants High School. The graduation is still set for May 15, but the time has been changed from 5 to 4 p.m. This was done simply to add more cushion timewise because of the curfews that surrounding communities have established. The school is going about every detail of the graduation very carefully while also trying to make it as unforgettable as possible.
Beans are some of the easiest plants to grow in your garden and can be used in many ways. They have been grown for thousands of years and they are as dependable in their growth and in their nutritional value as they have always been.
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GRANTS, N.M. – COVID-19 has caused a lot of uncertainty, especially in regard to school events and graduations. Each school is taking different paths; some deciding to cancel these events altogether, some are postponing and some are getting creative to make it happen. Grants High School has chosen the latter, they have decided to have a drive through graduation. Principal Lane Widner of GHS held a Zoom meeting with the class of 2020 on April 16 at 1 p.m. to talk about this different graduation idea and how they would go about it.