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2015/07/31 14:37
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... RALEIGH — The following roll-call votes were recorded for area members of the North Carolina General Assembly in the week that ended July 31. !-- Nothing to do. The paragraph has already been...
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2015/07/28 15:34
2015/07/28 15:34
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Biologists are predicting large losses of sockeye salmon in the Columbia and Snake rivers, despite their best efforts to rescue some of the fish. Idaho Department of Fish and Game employees have been...
2015/07/23 22:31
2015/07/23 22:31
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Allocate more for Alzheimer’s studies My wife has early-onset Alzheimer’s; I am her unpaid caregiver. While leaders increasingly recognize the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease, the necessary funding...
2015/07/21 05:38
2015/07/21 05:38
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Filmmaker James Cameron in his submersible, the Deepsea Challenger National Geographic Give James Cameron this much: He's unafraid to follow his passions where they lead him. Even if that place is...
2015/07/20 19:00
2015/07/20 19:00
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JULIE LANE PHOTO | Assemblyman Fred Thiele Jr. (I-Sag Harbor) is protesting a proposed 43 percent reduction in the numbers of flounder anglers can take during the 2016 harvest.“The implications and...
2015/07/19 16:21
2015/07/19 16:21
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VILLAS — It may be fortunate that nobody has asked Dvora Hart to count the Atlantic sea scallops recently captured by camera images off the New Jersey coast. Hart, a mathematical biologist with the...
2015/07/18 21:01
2015/07/18 21:01
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TRUMBULL - Kathleen Gibson, a high school biology, marine science, and AP environmental science educator at Trumbull High School, will set sail July 25 on a research mission to assist scientists in a...
2015/07/17 20:39
2015/07/17 20:39
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State Lifts Spending Freeze on Susitna-Watana Hydro Project After a spending freeze by the governor and multiple attempts by the legislative minority to place it back into the state’s general fund,...
2015/07/15 17:39
2015/07/15 17:39
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Governor’s Office Advises DOT To Proceed With Knik Arm Project In a letter to state Department of Transportation commissioner Mark Luiken, state office of management and budget director Pat Pitney...
2015/07/14 03:48
2015/07/14 03:48
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Dr. Robert Bateman Jr., professor of biomedical sciences and associate dean for research at the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine, has been elected to a four-year term on the...
2015/07/12 20:25
2015/07/12 20:25
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Scientists rescued a humpback whale entangled in ropes and bitten by a great white shark as the shark prowled the waters beneath them Saturday. While conducting research on gases exhaled by humpback...
2015/07/10 19:33
2015/07/10 19:33
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Marijuana farms are drying out California’s rivers, to the distress of spawning salmon - Quartz coho or cannabis?Marijuana farms are drying out California’s rivers, to the distress of spawning...
2015/07/10 11:10
2015/07/10 11:10
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Copyright © 2015 Mid-Hudson News Network, a division of Statewide News Network, Inc. This story may not be reproduced in any form, by any media, without express written consent. This includes...
2015/07/09 10:15
2015/07/09 10:15
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The Display Ship Barry has always been a popular spot at the Washington Navy Yard. Located at the yard’s Pier 2, for years it was open to the public for tours and ceremonies. But after more than 30...
2015/07/06 11:40
2015/07/06 11:40
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Scientists have long known black sea bass are "protogynous hermaphrodites," a species in which fish that begin life as females can switch gender to male. But the details of how and why that happens...
2015/07/05 05:06
2015/07/05 05:06
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From the novice recreational angler to the saltiest old school commercial fishermen, state fishery managers want to hear from you while they are in Key West on Monday and Islamorada on Tuesday. The...
2015/07/03 03:23
2015/07/03 03:23
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A man cools off in a fountain in Berlin, Thursday, July 2, 2015. A mass of hot air moving north from Africa has sent temperatures spiking in Spain, Portugal, Britain, France and Germany in recent...
2015/07/03 02:39
2015/07/03 02:39
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Cross-Border Salmon Dispute Puts A Damper on Summer Troll Opener Harbors emptied throughout Southeast this week as fishermen headed out for the beginning of the summer troll season. July 1 marks the...
2015/07/02 19:19
2015/07/02 19:19
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The female gray seal first came into captivity when rescued by the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine, N.J. about seven months ago. However, a problem arose when the rescue outfit tried to...
2015/07/31 14:37
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