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The U.S. is experiencing its most widespread drought in more than fifty years. In its monthly report, the National Climatic Data Center reported more than half the country was in moderate to extreme drought at the end of June. Farmers are losing crops and pastures at alarming rates, especially in the nation’s corn and soybean belt. The Department of Agriculture declared a thousand counties in twenty-six states as natural disaster areas. Many fear the drought will get worse before it gets better. What this could mean for food costs, the nation’s water supplies and weather patterns across the globe.
The Kennedy Center has announced that its nearly year-long search for a new president has come to an end, announcing that Deborah Rutter will take the mantle starting next summer.
Students in Anne Arundel County are getting a glimpse of the future, with a course in the county's STEM program that lets them build, maintain and fly drone aircraft.