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Harrisonburg Daily News Record (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Harrisonburg, Virginia 65 42littles growing up to be big mentors in youth organization Baily March 14. 2015 i Harrisonburg a 75 cent state a official eyes global growth Haymore gov. Looks to build on past successes by Vic Bradshaw daily Staunton the for a tag industries that Domino to agriculture in the Shenandoah Val Lay hav in around for hundreds of years but Todd Haymor a Aid wednesday that those Indue tries can grow significantly despite their age and state Ere Are working to expand Virginia agriculture s reach Globe St Quot we re pm a Glide path toward somewhere Between 9 billion and la billion people in 2050 and beyond to feed Virginia s Secretary of agriculture said wednesday after speaking at the 2015 Virginia agn tourism conference in Staunton Quot those traditional mature industries Are going to play an important role in feeding the world. Have great Faith in some of the top commodity industries Here in the Valley a poultry beef Dairy soybeans. Com. Those products Are at the Core of helping feed the world. When former gov. Bob Mcdonnell took office in january 2010, Haymore said the Commonwealth had Only one International agriculture and forestry Trade office its Hong Kong location Mcdonnell a poultry beef. Dairy. Soybeans com. Those products Are at the a Core of helping feed the world a state Secretary of concur fun grow to out i the feet Vir Wert gov t that 1 Forest 3.35 b v City Board seat in question caller concerned Over member s residence by Amelia Brust Harrisonburg Lidit of Harrison school Bourd chair Fleming s 2012 a tee resent the divisions looking ahead air fuss so Mumm % in von flaming warded to the school Board s attorney who is still investigating the matter City code suggests that main Street is the East West dividing line for the school division s two districts when it come to Board election Fleming but on Lonu Nunt Avenue a East of main Street a Tau is one of two members in the six member Board who represents the West school District students re the sidewalk it Jam a Madison University in iou a recent report finds s growing number of Colage presidents Are concerned about the future of Mea institutions Tho drop in Confidence was Bartku Wariy pronounced at Public men Tiet Many of which have seen thee budgets slashed by Stet Legislatures in recent years turning Point for schools1/ report finds More presidents worry their College won t survive no vote Page a7 run ment. A Grov College president about the future of their Matitu Lions a new inside higher de re peat based on Gallup data finds Only 39 percent of College president surveyed for the report Felt confident their institutions financial Model would be sustainable for the next decade e concerned Down from 50 percent the previous year. They were More or of the growing debt crisis and decline in. Incomes after the recession has made people very Cost conscious Mort work to do Tiu Nutua a 3aoe a6 a health care Obama we re not there yet will create panel to help guide Reform pm Nix pm to in mama schools a6 Obama at a Rosetta cutting workforce officials won t say of City office affected by Vic Bradshaw daily Seu. Harrisonburg Biretta Stone a nose St is laying off a significant part of its global workforce As part of a realignment Effort but a company official refused to say Friday if and of the cuts will come at its offices Here. In fact the company says some local hiring is now under Way. The restructuring was announced wednes Ros Day afternoon with the release of the Arlington based language learning software company a fourth Quarter financial results Quot coing Forward us will concentrate on addressing tile needs of educators and corporations Steve Shad Rosetta Stone ceo i wet Tabion reported that it lost $21.5 million or $1.01 per diluted share in the Quarter and $73 7 million or $3 47 per diluted share for t he year. Ii the bleeding and ceo Steve p Rosetta aft Rosetta Stone its City office at Dow Market St announced it is laying a a significant part of its Gleba workforce officials Nave declined to say of the City offices we be affected a flt pressing for change the protesters who spent eight months pressing for changes in Ferguson s police practices after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown take credit for this weeks resignations and they insist ii the 5 they still have unfinished bust Page by a Quot pa9e a visit us online at c7 Dick Chi a4 a i b4 cd s3 81 a7 a3 deaths Page 82 Vada p. Good 88 Broadway Charles w a Sonny Quot Lee 81 bet or Alfred j. Menard or. 69 Warr Brian d Miller 60 Harrisonburg Sydnor Quot Syd Quot Hutcheson Maben Nettie r. Ryan 90 purge Tow c v Munro b Sefcik so Charlotte n Helen m Thompson 8 Harrar Contact the daily news record 5 Section vol i ext it follow us on z 2265 South main Street Harrisonburg a a 540 432-1383 monday Friday to am 7 pm. Saturday 10am 6pm-sunday i 5 pm h Lex sled

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