Chewing the Fat is wrapping up the with one final podcast, but do not worry we plan to be back next fall to fill you in on “All Things Agriculture”! This episode is about spring planting season, which may not be fully underway due to the rain and frost we have had thus far. Either […]
Henry struggles to write his feelings to Maggie, despite his love for her. Meanwhile, Maggie and Dottie experience firsthand the creeping shadows of war.
Two elderly sisters, Julia and Emma, hope that their troubles will vanish with the tide as they board a ship bound for new lands. Will it prove to be a titanic mistake?
Hello everyone, today we interview the media specialist, Danny Nusser, from Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Services about the aftermath of the fires in the southeastern United States. The affected area included the panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma and the southern parts of Kansas and Colorado. Danny gives a firsthand look at what the losses and […]
On today’s episode of the Aggie Morning Word Podcast, Morgan Pratt and Bradley Robinson discuss the Hong Kong elections, Gorsuch’s nomination, a pending government shutdown, and Tomi Larhen’s dismissal from The Blaze. Also, Morgan tells of a time in the recent past when she was kicked out of court for wearing a classy tanktop. All that […]
Last week, Gov. Gary Herbert signed a bill into law that makes it illegal for people to fly drones near livestock, a year after they were banned around forest fires last year. Andreas Wessemann, an assistant professor of the USU Aviation Technology program, tells Morgan Pratt and Brad Robinson that there is a new USU class to […]