Archive - May 9, 2012
Nutrition is constantly changing. Below youâ€™ll read about both changes and some new research information.
Simplified food safety temperatures for meat. Food poisoning is a major concern, so itâ€™s important to cook meat to the correct temperature.
If you undercook meat, salmonella may still be lurking and you will become ill.
With pork there is no need to worry about trichinosis anymore. This parasitic roundworm has not been a problem in commercially produce pork for years.
The USDA has now simplified the governmentâ€™s recommendations for safe cooking temperatures.
Valley City Tuesday learned Gov. Dalrymple has agreed to give the city $513,447 in Community Development Block Grants to help pay for emergency riverbank stabilization along Main Street.
City Administrator David Schelkopf said Tuesday the grant money will allow Valley City to repair riverbank from west of the Elks walking bridge to the first building past a retaining wall on the north bank of the river.
The CDBG funds are designated for vital infrastructure improvements of $250,000 in the city of Cooperstown and $513,447 in the city of Valley City.
A birthday bash for the John Deere company is in the works, and a call for volunteers has been made.
The farm machinery and implement company, which dates back to 1837, is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year that includes a city-wide celebration on Saturday, May 19.
To ensure the success of the event, the company is looking to entice volunteers through donations to their respective volunteer groups, including the local school districts.