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Extension nears first century of serving county

For nearly 100 years, the Barton County Extension service has brought research based, unbiased information and education home to the people of the county.  The Smith-Lever Act which established the Extension service throughout the country, marks it’s first century in 2014.  While the world has changed, the mission hasn’t, said Extension Agent Berny Unruh.  
“We’re constantly letting people know how Extension can help make their lives better,” she said.  Unruh administers the county’s 4-H clubs for youth.  Donna Krug brings parenting, budgeting and nutrition information to adults, and Alicia Boor, the new Ag Extension agent, is ...


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