Corn farmers who want to improve their bottom line this year should attend the 2003 Georgia Corn Short Course Jan. 23 at the Rural Development Center in Tifton, Ga.Industry leaders, agronomists, economists, pathologists and water specialists will discuss topics focused on one thing: managing corn for a profit in Georgia in 2003.There will be a sponsored lunch and a business meeting of the Georgia Corn Growers Association. The course is sponsored by the University of Georgia Extension Service, the Agricultural Commodity Commission for Corn and Southeast Farm Press.Registration begins at 8 a.m. For more information, contact your county extension office or call (229) 386-3416. You can register on-line at www.ugatiftonconference.org.
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IG Sudue (left): “We’re aware of the journalists’ role. Mr. Coffey (right): “Let the gov’t settle her financial obligations with the media To safeguard journalists and news entities coverage of the planned June 7 “peaceful protest,” the Liberia National Police (LNP) has promised to provide security for reporters on duty during the event, the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) said in a release.According to the release, Police Inspector General Patrick T. Sudue gave the assurance shortly after meeting the PUL leadership on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 in Monrovia.“The police shall protect all (local and foreign) journalists throughout the protest.”Sudue however cautioned journalists to work on their visibility to avoid any situation of mistaken identity when gathering news about the protest.He then announced a ban on the deployment of armed police officers throughout the June 7 protest.Meanwhile, IG Sudue has expressed fear of “assets on the loose” referencing terrorist groups operating in West Africa that the protesters should be mindful of the possible unexpected presence during the exercise, because terrorists target large groups of people in one location.PUL President Charles B. Coffey, Jr. stressed the need for the safety of journalists, and the aligning duty of the police to ensure the safety of the reporters, while covering public events such as rallies and protests.Coffey said it was important that the PUL and LNP officers innovate ideas that will avoid violence against journalists during the mass gathering of people on June 7.The United Nations Security Council passed a historic resolution in 2006, calling for an end to impunity against journalists, and the subsequent 2012 action of major UN agencies to arrive at a comprehensive ‘Action Plan on the Safety of Journalists.’In the wake of the June 7 protest, the United Nations and West African Regional Envoys, have been holding separate meetings with the Weah Administration and the Council of Patriots (protest organizers) in an effort to ensure that the country’s laws are upheld as fundamental human rights.Media woesIn a related development, the release said PUL leadership is worried about the worsening contraction of the media economy.“The Union is sickened by the decline in advertisement flow to the traditional media in the country,” the release said.But Coffey said the deteriorating state of revenue intake in the media can be related to government sanctioning advertisements on the Executive Mansion Website.Mr. Coffey wants government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), development partners, private and public financial institutions to contribute to stimulating advertisement in the traditional media in Liberia as means for helping journalism to survive.“It is important that government settle its indebtedness with Media institutions, because these are small businesses, which now find it difficult to operate in the absence of low energy supply in the country.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) – Advertisement –