The Goreville FFA chapter started a new mission to write down their local veterans’ story and compile them in a book, “Living to Serve”.
Articles by Kacie Hulshof, Staff Writer
As FFA advisors and teachers finish hanging their last decorations, they are also getting ready to welcome students back to school.
Baiey Roden from the Queen Creek FFA Chapter in Arizona is a National FFA candidate who embodies the FFA motto with her passion to help others.
As farmers, we are addressing consumer’s concerns for the environment by doing more with less with the help of new technology from Bayer.
How to handle a loss looks different to every child and every situation. Here are some pointers when it comes to losing — like a champ.
TABLE is a two-day experience for the Troy FFA Chapter to explore agricultural career opportunities before they go to college and declare a major.
With the hard work and dedication of the Wall FFA Chapter and community businesses, the students get to look forward to locally raised beef for lunch.
During the Fourth of July celebrations, the Greenville FFA members can proudly say they helped build a home for someone who has fought for our freedom.
It doesn’t matter if you decide to do either 4-H, FFA, or both — if you put the time and effort into these organizations, the rewards can be endless.