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2014/04/03 15:40
2014/04/03 15:40
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Thank you to all who preordered plants in this annual 4-H fundraiser, which supports programs and awards for youth! The strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry and asparagus plants must be picked...
2014/04/03 15:40
2014/04/03 15:40
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2014/03/31 17:39
2014/03/31 17:39
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Plans to create a veterinary school at the University of Arizona have hit a roadblock as state lawmakers approved just enough money to tease the idea but not enough to actually make it happen. The...
2014/03/28 17:29
2014/03/28 17:29
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PHOENIX — Sen. Steve Pierce (R-Prescott) stood up on the Senate floor last week and attempted to get $4.2 million for the University of Arizona to start a veterinary program in the College of...
2014/03/28 17:19
2014/03/28 17:19
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Pig herds infected with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome can be financially devastating to farmers. The syndrome causes reproductive failure in sows and respiratory disfunction in young...
2014/03/27 17:29
2014/03/27 17:29
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The University of Arizona has again received recognition from the Tree Campus USA for its work in promoting healthy trees and engaging students and staff in the 'spirit of conservation'. U of A...
2014/03/26 21:28
2014/03/26 21:28
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Mary Cole Sayers, 20, of Jonesville, VA, passed away suddenly on Monday in a motor vehicle accident. Mary was a daughter of Mary Hines Sprinkle and Michael Sayers and was born June 8, 1993. She was...
2014/03/25 11:39
2014/03/25 11:39
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... —The southwestern United States is facing an increasingly stressful future with unabated population growth, oversubscribed water resources and a hotter and drier climate. This, in a...
2014/03/25 08:23
2014/03/25 08:23
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Area residents named to dean's list at Virginia Tech BLACKSBURG - The following students enrolled at Virginia Tech were named to the dean's list for the fall 2013 semester. To qualify for the dean's...
2014/03/25 04:06
2014/03/25 04:06
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Norman Borlaug, the A&M professor of international agriculture credited with saving millions of lives, will be honored posthumously Tuesday when a statue of Borlaug is installed in the U.S. Capitol to...
2014/03/24 18:41
2014/03/24 18:41
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Three area students have achieved academic ranking in the top 2 percent of students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University. They are senior Jordan Thomas Vittetoe of...
2014/03/24 16:20
2014/03/24 16:20
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Despite a recent congressional study stating that adjuncts represent half of all higher education faculty in the United States, adjuncts still remain a minority at Cornell. According to the Cornell...
2014/03/21 11:39
2014/03/21 11:39
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Parents just have to ask: "What were you thinking when you shared that personal information on Facebook?" Children don't have to answer – even if Mom is a Facebook friend – but many told all when...
2014/03/21 11:39
2014/03/21 11:39
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Pig herds infected with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome can be financially devastating to farmers. The syndrome causes reproductive failure in sows and respiratory disfunction in young...
2014/03/21 04:37
2014/03/21 04:37
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ECU medical resident creates app for heart risk Physicians looking to measure heart risk have a new tool at their disposal thanks to an East Carolina University doctor. Last year, the American Heart...
2014/03/20 12:39
2014/03/20 12:39
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Anyone who has ever been lured by the call of a dozen fat- and sugar-laden donuts in the office break room while a healthy container of yogurt looks on helplessly can relate to Susan Duncan's research...
2014/03/19 16:31
2014/03/19 16:31
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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A beetle the size of a single grain of rice is the latest best hope for hemlocks in the Southeast that have been felled by the millions by an invasive bug. The beetle eats only...
2014/03/18 11:39
2014/03/18 11:39
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Home cooks and professional chefs alike the world over can thank Monica Ponder, assistant professor of food science and technology in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, for a safer supply...
2014/03/18 05:19
2014/03/18 05:19
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By SLOANE GRINSPOON The Intergroup Dialogue Project — a series of peer-facilitated courses that aim to raise awareness about social justice issues — was awarded the Perkins Prize for Interracial...
2014/03/17 10:42
2014/03/17 10:42
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The beetle eats only one thing: the hemlock woolly adelgid, and it does so voraciously. Researchers are hopeful this new beetle will be a worthy adversary, based on releases of the beetles at sites...
2014/03/17 05:22
2014/03/17 05:22
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This time last year, we were co-Presidents of KyotoNOW!. A year ago, when divestment from fossil fuels was just a whisper and only a few campuses had begun to mobilize, we sat in a café on campus and...
2014/04/03 15:40
2014/04/03 15:40
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