Shawn Stolworthy, of Firth, uses a GPS-equipped tractor to create the maze at Linder Farms in Meridian in 2009. GPS is one of many government creations and projects that have spurred American economic development, Ed Lotterman writes.
Shawn Stolworthy, of Firth, uses a GPS-equipped tractor to create the maze at Linder Farms in Meridian in 2009. GPS is one of many government creations and projects that have spurred American economic development, Ed Lotterman writes. Statesman file
Shawn Stolworthy, of Firth, uses a GPS-equipped tractor to create the maze at Linder Farms in Meridian in 2009. GPS is one of many government creations and projects that have spurred American economic development, Ed Lotterman writes. Statesman file

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