Many farm fields near rivers and creeks remain submerged
By Nancy Allen
Only time will tell how damaged local crops are from the recent flooding, local ag officials say.
"We've seen this movie before and the initial thought is that it's always worse than the result. We won't really know (the extent of the crop damage) until we get dried out and get some sunshine," said Chris Gibbs, executive director of the Mercer County Farm Service Agency. [More]