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2014/07/23 23:11
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CHARLESTOWN, Ind. (WHAS11) -- A local man who owns dozens of exotic animals is addressing a controversy at his animal center. The facility in Charlestown, Indiana has had several problems noted...
2014/07/23 23:11
2014/07/23 23:11
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2014/07/22 20:58
2014/07/22 20:58
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... on Twitter, captioned “my walk on the wide side!”: tiger selfies. You’ve seen the pictures of your friends, your next boyfriend, your cousin, playing with a cute, cuddly baby tiger. But...
2014/07/21 13:25
2014/07/21 13:25
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Hemp is taking root again in the United States after decades of prohibition. Congress' latest farm bill green-lighted hemp on farms that haven't been able to grow the crop since World War II. But in...
2014/07/19 13:36
2014/07/19 13:36
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Historic barns can qualify for tax deduction INDIANAPOLIS � Owners of historic Hoosier barns may now be eligible for a tax deduction. The Indiana General Assembly passed legislation in the 2014...
2014/07/18 21:12
2014/07/18 21:12
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That total is much lower than the figure of 100 initially suggested as having been on the Boeing 777. Chris Beyrer, the incoming president of the International Aids Society, said the body had been...
2014/07/17 07:53
2014/07/17 07:53
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... in Missouri could have repercussions in the continuing battle over fenced hunting in Indiana. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon last week vetoed a bill that would have handed oversight of...
2014/07/15 04:12
2014/07/15 04:12
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Published: Tuesday, 7/15/2014 - Updated: 13 seconds ago GYPSY MOTHS State officials’ efforts look to suppress the invasive pests It’s time to be on the lookout for gypsy moths again. The latest...
2014/07/14 07:53
2014/07/14 07:53
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Shank, a Huntertown farmer, is not so much angry as he is sad. Shank fears that his family's way of life is disappearing, and while he understands the need for economic growth, he is unsure where...
2014/07/14 07:47
2014/07/14 07:47
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... on Aug. 7 on a proposed tax increment financing (TIF) district for what is believed to be the state�s first aquaculture park. The TIF district would finance at least $3 million in public...
2014/07/13 10:54
2014/07/13 10:54
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OutdoorsOutdoors: Healthy Great Lakes is goal of aid pactLeaders in U.S., Canada target invasive species Gov. John R. Kasich used the 35th annual Governor’s Fish Ohio Day on Wednesday for the public...
2014/07/12 14:18
2014/07/12 14:18
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Things that fly in the night. Insects in West Virginia, like in a lot of other areas in the summertime, are ending up splattered on vehicles while residents travel throughout the state’s country...
2014/07/11 03:40
2014/07/11 03:40
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WASHINGTON: Kids who designed winning healthy lunch recipes to get White House 'State Dinner' | Health | The News Tribune The News Tribune Recent Headlines Recent Headlines Recent...
2014/07/10 15:12
2014/07/10 15:12
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... Clark has expertise in economics, education, environment, and energy. He has served the state in various roles, most recently as executive director of the South Carolina Energy...
2014/07/09 04:18
2014/07/09 04:18
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July 12 at the Fairgrounds Community Building at 7 p.m. Contestants will be judged on the basis of beauty, poise and personality, which will be determined in both preliminary personal judging and...
2014/07/03 12:20
2014/07/03 12:20
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A roundup of agricultural news: TOLONO — Farmers in East Central Illinois will have a couple chances in mid-August to recycle their empty agrichemical containers. As the result of a cooperative...
2014/07/02 07:47
2014/07/02 07:47
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ALBANY — State officials applauded the grand opening of Bell Aquaculture�s fish feed mill during an event on Tuesday that included a bluegrass band and a meal of �Pomegranate Sage Jim Beam Brown...
2014/07/01 17:04
2014/07/01 17:04
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Iowa is the largest pork producing state according to 2012 U.S. Agriculture Census, and the state had just under $7 billion in pork sales in 2012. Jasper County ranked 39th in the state and had close...
2014/06/27 09:25
2014/06/27 09:25
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... more for pork at the supermarket than they were this time last year, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. A deadly pig disease is partially to blame. Porcine epidemic diarrhea...
2014/06/25 19:42
2014/06/25 19:42
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Last year, a pair of researchers linked the drop in the populations of grassland bird species, such as the upland sandpiper and the Henslow's sparrow, to insecticide use, rather than to a rapid...
2014/06/25 14:44
2014/06/25 14:44
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By Jim Moseley and A.G. KAWAMURA McClatchy-Tribune We are farmers who raise different types of crops in different regions of our country. Like all farmers, we have lived through difficult periods...
2014/07/23 23:11
2014/07/23 23:11
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