Voters in the Fenton Area Public Schools (FAPS) will make their decision on a sinking fund renewal proposal on the Nov. 5 ballot. Only this time, voters are being asked to renew the current .8999 mills being levied for another three years (2020, 2021 and 2022).
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Nebraska’s official nickname is the Cornhusker State, and unofficially we’re known as the Beef State because of the world-class red meat produced by our cattlemen and women. Our family farms and ranches grow and raise some of the finest agricultural crops and livestock on the planet. Our soybeans, corn, eggs, beef, pork, wheat, grain sorghum, and other ag products have an unsurpassed reputation for their quality.
TRUMP: "If our opponent had won that election, you know what would have happened? Right now, China would be the No. 1 economy anywhere in the world. And right now, I can tell you, they're not even close." — Minneapolis rally.
TRUMP, on a World Trade Organization ruling allowing the U.S. to tax impose tariffs on $7.5 billion worth of European imports annually: "You never had wins with other presidents, did you? But we're having a lot of wins at the WTO since I became president." — news conference Wednesday.
TRUMP: "How do you impeach a President who has created the greatest Economy in the history of our Country." — tweet Saturday.
TRUMP: "I feel that the United States has tremendous wealth. The wealth is under its feet. I've made that wealth come alive. ... We are now the number one energy producer in the world." — news conference with Macron.
TRUMP: "We have many, many companies that left our country and they're now coming back. Especially the automobile business. We have auto plants being built all over the country. We went decades and no plant was built. No plant was even expanded." — remarks July 1 in Oval Office.
The government provided up to $12 billion to offset the impact of Chinese retaliatory tariffs. But the aid was distributed unevenly, and some agribusinesses got much more than individual farmers.
Critics say it's the latest example of how loopholes in federal farm subsidy programs allow large farms to collect far more than the supposed caps on that aid.
TRUMP: "Many, many companies — including South Korea — but many companies are coming into the United States. ... Car companies, in particular. They're going to Michigan. They're going to Ohio and North Carolina and Pennsylvania, Florida. ... We hadn't had a plant built in years — in decades, actually. And now we have many plants being built all throughout the United States — cars." — remarks Sunday to Korean business leaders in Seoul.