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Located on MSU’s Laboratory Row, this building was constructed in 1901 for the State Agricultural College dairy plant. At that time, the pair of doors located well above grade (visible at the left...
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Outdoors: Pesky honey bees important for crops
... behind chain-link fencing or protected by electric fences, presumably to keep out bears and other critters. While traveling Route 9, between Bangor and Princeton, we passed over a stretch of...
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... CLASS and receive a high school diploma, a student must successfully complete a minimum of twenty (20) credits in the following areas of study: Theological Studies 4.0 credits English...
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Gulf of Mexico ‘dead zone’ forecast to be average...
Using the amount of water flowing in the Mississippi River and the amount of nitrogen in that water, scientists are forecasting an average sized “dead zone” in the Gulf of Mexico this summer. Four...
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Bay names outstanding graduate award winners
The 2015 outstanding graduates are as follows: Outstanding Allied Health Graduate - Jena Stropich. Jena graduated in August 2012 with her licensed practical nursing certificate from Bay's West Campus...
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The Credit Village
The Mississaugas' thriving agricultural village on the Credit River, 1826-1847. To mark National Aboriginal History Month this June, Historicist will focus on aboriginal issues throughout Toronto’s...
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Hoofing it for history
THURSDAY, JUNE 4 — Lansing residents can get a little history while they get a little exercise this summer. The Historical Society kicks off its series of summer walking tours Saturday with a tour of...
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