Local group helping to protect honeybees
by Bill Baldowski
02:53 PM, Tuesday, January 27
The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle knew the importance of honeybees to human existence by including a reference to them in a book on animals, said the founder and president of the West Georgia Beekeepers Association. Marilynn Parker said she ...

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