Cream of the crop – Food Hall of Fame inducts 2020 class

Twelve is a noteworthy number when it comes to food.              Doughnuts are sold by the dozen, as are cookies. Eggs come in cartons of 12. We buy 12-packs of beer and Coke. So, it’s worth mentioning that following the February induction of three additional members, there are now a

Co-op participation is key to legislative win in Washington

Passage of the RURAL Act showed how powerful electric cooperatives can be advocating on legislation before Congress and created a roadmap for future successes, Jim Matheson, CEO of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), said last month at the association’s annual meeting. “It’s a great feeling, for me and for the entire team at

Underwater robots 

Students learn STEM skills at SeaPerch Challenge For Kayla Gaunt, a 16-year-old student at Bryant High School, the SeaPerch Challenge, an underwater robotics competition that took place last month in Bryant, was more than just another extracurricular activity. “I actually want to be a marine biologist, so working underwater is kind of what I want