Chewing the Fat Episode 8: Aftermath for Ag After Wildfires in the South with Texas A&M Extension Danny Nusser

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 […]

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Aggie Morning Word Podcast: Flying drones around livestock is now illegal

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 […]

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Aggie Morning Word Podcast: Laurie Snow Turner named the Statesman and bleeds blue

In a state filled with reds (UofU) and blues (BYU), Laurie Snow Turner is a true blue. She was the editor of the Utah Statesman during the 1978-79 school year. That’s when she, along with Larry Baker, changed the name from Student Life to the Utah Statesman because it’s more professional. Laurie discusses how newsrooms survived […]

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Aggie Morning Word: Senator breaks perfect voting streak and cries

Tensions between Turkey and the Netherlands heat up. President Trump says “you’re fired” to tons of judges. The only bipartisan issue these days is cancer. Ed Sheeran joins the cast of Game of Thrones, despite looking like a hobbit. Michelle Obama wrote a college recommendation letter for “Black-ish” actress Yara Shahidi. All that and more […]