Batesville, In. — A new partnership between the Purdue Extension Service and the Indiana Department of Education, State Department of Health and the Indiana Grown Program is aiming to get more local food in schools and teach kids where it comes from.Indiana Grown has received a grant to produce a directory of farmers who are qualified to sell products to local schools. The directory will be given to food service directors to use as an easy guide to source local products.Indiana Grown membership development program manager, Heather Tallman has developed a survey for producers that will be used to produce the directory. A link to the survey is here.Producers must be GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) certified and training is offered by the Purdue Extension Service and the State Department of Health.The survey deadline is Thursday, February 28 for the printed edition. A digital version of the directory will be updated throughout the year.
The Guyana Police Force has issued a wanted bulletin for a 35-year-old Eccles resident in connection to fraudulent actions committed last year.Wanted: Trisha Karisha Resally-Jurakan Trisha Karisha Resally-Jurakan is wanted for questioning in relation to fraudulent conversions committed on Alicia Rajpal and Sursattie Dookie between July 5 to October 9, 2018.Anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of the suspect is asked to contact the police on telephone numbers: 226-6978, 225-8196, 226-2870, 226-7065, 227-1149, 226-7065, 911 or the nearest police station.
However, it may not be long before he is back on the market as he has struggled for action with Arsenal this season, with Atleti keeping a close eye on developments.The midfielder has started just four games and a change in position has not helped matters, with Gunners boss Unai Emery putting him in a more advanced role when he has played him.Agent Pablo Bentancur suggested his client is not happy at the Emirates and also revealed a number of clubs in England and Spain, including Atletico, are keen.“I don’t want to name the teams out of respect but I can tell you that Atletico had tried to take Lucas from Sampdoria two years ago,” he said.“Clearly there’s interest for Torreira, especially from Spanish clubs, but I have never sat down with any club to talk about his transfer. This is because of the great respect we have for the Gunners and their general manager Raul Sanllehi.”Whether that changes with the January transfer window fast approaching remains to be seen but Atleti will be in the hunt if he does become available.0Shares0000(Visited 18 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000“I don’t want to name the teams out of respect but I can tell you that Atletico had tried to take Lucas from Sampdoria two years ago,” he said.NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 20 – Lucas Torreira’s agent has revealed that his client is still being chased by Atletico Madrid and suggested he is not entirely happy at Arsenal.Atleti were keen on the Uruguay midfielder when he was with Sampdoria but missed out on his signature after the Gunners managed to lure him to the English Premier League.