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FFA student earns national honor

By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on November 10, 2008 1:57 PM

News-Argus/GREG SOUSA

Rex Price operates a combine to harvest soybeans on his family's farm in the Pricetown section of Seven Springs. The 17-year-old Spring Creek High School senior plans to make a career out of farming and recently won a national FFA award for a project on tobacco farming.

News-Argus/GREG SOUSA

Rex Price operates a combine to harvest soybeans on his family's farm in the Pricetown section of Seven Springs. The 17-year-old Spring Creek High School senior plans to make a career out of farming and recently won a national FFA award for a project on tobacco farming.

News-Argus/GREG SOUSA

Rex Price, a senior at Spring Creek High School, talks about his plans to make a career out of farming, just as the past four generations of his family have in the Pricetown section of Seven Springs. Price recently won a national FFA award for his presentation on tobacco farming.

Farming is all Rex Price has ever wanted to do. "When I get up and go to school, it's all I think about. I'd rather be out in the dirt," the 17-year-old Spring Creek High School senior said. "You might...

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