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Science Daily
Healing the soil: Repurposing abandoned urban lots starts with soil testfor the health of the humans and plants that inhabit the land years later. The
Healing the soil: Repurposing abandoned urban lots starts with soil test
Science Daily / Posted 3 hours ago
for the health of the humans and plants that inhabit the land years later. The four empty lots are owned by the Gary Comer Center, a non-profit youth development center in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood. The Comer Center's long-term hope... Read more
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Philly.com
swimmer sues Germantown Academy for alleged abusein 30-degree weather. Shoulberg would yell over the pool microphone calling me
swimmer sues Germantown Academy for alleged abuse
Philly.com / Posted 6 hours ago
in 30-degree weather. Shoulberg would yell over the pool microphone calling members of the girls' team "fat, out of shape, sluts, and tramps." Another coach removed the microphone because of his continued inappropriate comments. Shoulberg... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Gary Peterson: Time to begin another fun writing runregion I thought I knew well. It's not easy to wrap your arms around the East B
Gary Peterson: Time to begin another fun writing run
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 7 hours ago
region I thought I knew well. It's not easy to wrap your arms around the East Bay and the socio-economic microclimates that shape their residents' passions and priorities. No one city is quite like another. In Richmond, a few days after the 2012... Read more
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PhysOrg
Healing the soil: Repurposing abandoned urban lots starts with soil testfor the health of the humans and plants that inhabit the land years later. The
Healing the soil: Repurposing abandoned urban lots starts with soil test
PhysOrg / Posted 8 hours ago
for the health of the humans and plants that inhabit the land years later. The four empty lots are owned by the Gary Comer Center, a non-profit youth development center in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood. The Comer Center's long-term hope... Read more
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The Daily Review
Gary Peterson: Time to begin another fun writing runregion I thought I knew well. It's not easy to wrap your arms around the East B
Gary Peterson: Time to begin another fun writing run
The Daily Review / Posted 9 hours ago
region I thought I knew well. It's not easy to wrap your arms around the East Bay and the socio-economic microclimates that shape their residents' passions and priorities. No one city is quite like another. In Richmond, a few days after the 2012... Read more
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CBS Sports
The L-Americans: Here are the top players in America on losing teamsarm for over a month. Then after those three months, it took another one or two
The L-Americans: Here are the top players in America on losing teams
CBS Sports / Posted 9 hours ago
arm for over a month. Then after those three months, it took another one or two months just to get back into basketball shape and get rolling again on the floor. You can see why he takes things one game at a time instead of looking ahead and... Read more
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Science Daily
Figuring out why artificial joints failsays Robin Pourzal, PhD, a research scientist in the Department of Orthopedic S
Figuring out why artificial joints fail
Science Daily / Posted 12 hours ago
says Robin Pourzal, PhD, a research scientist in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Rush University Medical Center. Total hip replacements now last between 15 and 25 years in most cases. However, if a reaction occurs, the implant... Read more
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PhysOrg
Materials by design: A radical shift in transforming bulk matter into useful technologylinear field potential in the two coordinates vx1 and vx2. Its task is to trap
Materials by design: A radical shift in transforming bulk matter into useful technology
PhysOrg / Posted 13 hours ago
linear field potential in the two coordinates vx1 and vx2. Its task is to trap the particle in a specific well located off center at (5,5) in the x1 −x2 plane, marked by a cross in A. The sampled particle locations, given each choice of parameters... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Decadence strikes back: January diets fade as February offers multiple indulgencesdelicacies under the influence of pork and/or chicken fat. This month, as she
Decadence strikes back: January diets fade as February offers multiple indulgences
The Oklahoman / Posted 16 hours ago
delicacies under the influence of pork and/or chicken fat. This month, as she has for the past 16 years, Grace Living Center Northeast dietary manager Margaret Wright and the staff will feed an army of visitors at the annual Soul Food Fest.... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Storm results in hazardous road conditionsand broke a utility pole on impact. (Photo by Gretchen-Richards Meunier) Gene
Storm results in hazardous road conditions
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 22 hours ago
and broke a utility pole on impact. (Photo by Gretchen-Richards Meunier) Gene Hopkins, a volunteer at the Celebration Center on Washington Boulevard in Belpre, clears the sidewalk Tuesday near the center after snow hit the area. Hopkins said... Read more
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NBC News
New Hampshire Sets Up Nevada's Latinos to Shape White House Racestrategist in Washington, D.C. "Nevada is right around the corner and that's wh
New Hampshire Sets Up Nevada's Latinos to Shape White House Race
NBC News / Posted 23 hours ago
strategist in Washington, D.C. "Nevada is right around the corner and that's when Latinos will have an opportunity to shape this race." Trump entered the primary hammering on his theme of building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico and... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
‘A Year in Reflection’ through artSaturday, hundreds viewed this art at the United Muslim Relief-Triangle Art Exp
‘A Year in Reflection’ through art
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 23 hours ago
Saturday, hundreds viewed this art at the United Muslim Relief-Triangle Art Expo, which was hosted in The Light House — the community center created in memoriam of Barakat. Appropriately, the theme was “A Year in Reflection.” “Art is a common... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
No signs of 'Crosby Weather' for this year's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Amthe Monterey Peninsula Country Club, recommends that Pro-Am fans wear sunscreen
No signs of 'Crosby Weather' for this year's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Inside Bay Area / Posted yesterday
the Monterey Peninsula Country Club, recommends that Pro-Am fans wear sunscreen and hats. "All three courses are in great shape," he added. "It will be a wonderful showcase for golf." Spyglass Hill, the only one of the three courses with several... Read more
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The Mercury News
No signs of 'Crosby Weather' for this year's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Amthe Monterey Peninsula Country Club, recommends that Pro-Am fans wear sunscreen
No signs of 'Crosby Weather' for this year's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
the Monterey Peninsula Country Club, recommends that Pro-Am fans wear sunscreen and hats. "All three courses are in great shape," he added. "It will be a wonderful showcase for golf." Spyglass Hill, the only one of the three courses with several... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
No signs of 'Crosby Weather' for this year's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Amthe Monterey Peninsula Country Club, recommends that Pro-Am fans wear sunscreen
No signs of 'Crosby Weather' for this year's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
the Monterey Peninsula Country Club, recommends that Pro-Am fans wear sunscreen and hats. "All three courses are in great shape," he added. "It will be a wonderful showcase for golf." Spyglass Hill, the only one of the three courses with several... Read more
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The Daily Review
No signs of 'Crosby Weather' for this year's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Amthe Monterey Peninsula Country Club, recommends that Pro-Am fans wear sunscreen
No signs of 'Crosby Weather' for this year's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
The Daily Review / Posted yesterday
the Monterey Peninsula Country Club, recommends that Pro-Am fans wear sunscreen and hats. "All three courses are in great shape," he added. "It will be a wonderful showcase for golf." Spyglass Hill, the only one of the three courses with several... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
D.C. group's ads rip Goodson gifts, trial-lawyer linksby groups outside Arkansas on judicial races in the 2013-14 election cycle. Ju
D.C. group's ads rip Goodson gifts, trial-lawyer links
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
by groups outside Arkansas on judicial races in the 2013-14 election cycle. Justice at Stake, which works with the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law, in a news release describes Judicial Crisis Network as a rightist... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Authentic Q&A with our 2016 SBP candidatesMost importantly, I think, the SBP is a student voice. So they can rally and st
Authentic Q&A with our 2016 SBP candidates
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted yesterday
Most importantly, I think, the SBP is a student voice. So they can rally and stand for causes while leading a collaborative center for campus initiatives, Student Government. HIA: Why do you think no women ran this year? WS: Actually, I originally... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Hits and misses, Feb. 9, 2016: Alvarado Street reborn from ashes of 2007 fireTheatre and a popular brewpub that attracts locals as well as out-of-towners. C
Hits and misses, Feb. 9, 2016: Alvarado Street reborn from ashes of 2007 fire
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Theatre and a popular brewpub that attracts locals as well as out-of-towners. City officials, planners and the business community worked together to transform the area, making it more accessible, more inviting and more popular. Still to come are... Read more
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The Atlantic
Can America Put Itself Back Together?an artist in his 20s named Michael Segura told us. “By the time I was old enoug
Can America Put Itself Back Together?
The Atlantic / Posted 2 days ago
an artist in his 20s named Michael Segura told us. “By the time I was old enough to vote, everything was in such terrible shape in San Bernardino. We just heard all the time that it’s a city of losers. We’d had enough.” In early 2013, just after... Read more
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PhysOrg
Studying the solar system with NASA's Webb Telescopesaid Stefanie Milam, the Webb telescope's deputy project scientist for planetar
Studying the solar system with NASA's Webb Telescope
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
said Stefanie Milam, the Webb telescope's deputy project scientist for planetary science at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Scheduled for launch in 2018, the Webb telescope will carry four science instruments to take... Read more
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The Forward
Bernie Sanders Should Embrace His Kibbutz Past — Not Shrink From Itinstead of shrinking away from this story, Sanders should embrace the kibbutz n
Bernie Sanders Should Embrace His Kibbutz Past — Not Shrink From It
The Forward / Posted 2 days ago
instead of shrinking away from this story, Sanders should embrace the kibbutz narrative and, in fact, place it front and center in his campaign. The kibbutz in question, Sha’ar HaAmakim, located just south of Haifa, was founded by members of the... Read more
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The Space Review
Secrets and signsthe lettering “OD-4/DH” and the words “C’Mon Seven.” The “OD-4” stands for “Ope
Secrets and signs
The Space Review / Posted 2 days ago
the lettering “OD-4/DH” and the words “C’Mon Seven.” The “OD-4” stands for “Operating Division 4” of the Satellite Tracking Center that used to operate in the famous “blue cube” in Sunnyvale, California. The meaning of “DH” remains unknown. This... Read more
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The Space Review
Rethinking the national security space strategy: part 3ground and orbital segments are also a vital piece of the nation’s critical def
Rethinking the national security space strategy: part 3
The Space Review / Posted 2 days ago
ground and orbital segments are also a vital piece of the nation’s critical defense infrastructure.1 As such, it is a key center of gravity for America’s instruments of national power. This fact is not lost on potential adversaries such as the... Read more
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Carroll County News
Successful year: BV's McKinney discusses State of the Citysaid the city's sewer rates are still less than that of other nearby cities. "
Successful year: BV's McKinney discusses State of the City
Carroll County News / Posted 2 days ago
said the city's sewer rates are still less than that of other nearby cities. "The good news is we are now in much better shape financially and should be able to do more improvement projects," McKinney said. The parks department, he continued,... Read more
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Juneau Empire
More support for more moms“How’s his eating been?” asked Madi Nolan-Grimes, the clinical director of The
More support for more moms
Juneau Empire / Posted 2 days ago
“How’s his eating been?” asked Madi Nolan-Grimes, the clinical director of The Juneau Family Health and Birth Center. “He’s a snacker, he doesn’t eat for very long,” replied new mom Lynn Burnett. Her husband Chad chimed in, “He’s definitely a five-... Read more
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Officer.com
The Oceanside Chronicles – PD: Season 4, Episode 6would be easy. The doctor had said he’d have at least a 30-day convalescent per
The Oceanside Chronicles – PD: Season 4, Episode 6
Officer.com / Posted 2 days ago
would be easy. The doctor had said he’d have at least a 30-day convalescent period until his shoulder was in good enough shape to work, and his broken clavicle would take another two weeks past that. Sam would likely be on light duty for as much... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Chattanooga's athletic Steve Jobsthat were more like fathers and mothers, the teammates like brothers and sister
Chattanooga's athletic Steve Jobs
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
that were more like fathers and mothers, the teammates like brothers and sisters. The way the long fingers of defeat shape and mold our character. The way victory turns our hearts into a one-man-band. That is the true nature of... Read more
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Sun Star
The 3D Torogan goes mainstreamfloor. Even the roof has its own set of posts which are usually smaller, slimme
The 3D Torogan goes mainstream
Sun Star / Posted 2 days ago
floor. Even the roof has its own set of posts which are usually smaller, slimmer, and intricately carved. The rampatan or center rood beam is called a tinai a walai, intestive of the house. It is intricately carved with the front end carved into a... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Small steps, regional thinking are keys to area’s housing issueGilbert said. “Free land is a pretty good start,” he said at the forum, which
Small steps, regional thinking are keys to area’s housing issue
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 2 days ago
Gilbert said. “Free land is a pretty good start,” he said at the forum, which was co-sponsored by Glenwood Springs-based Community Builders, the Carbondale Creative District, Third Street Center and the Post Independent. Cheap land is also... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Seattle’s brash king of pot raking in cash and raising hackles at Uncle Ike’sturn over most of his property to their cause, pay for the legal defense of min
Seattle’s brash king of pot raking in cash and raising hackles at Uncle Ike’s
The Seattle Times / Posted 3 days ago
turn over most of his property to their cause, pay for the legal defense of minorities with drug cases in Seattle, build a community center and give financial aid to people displaced from the Central District. “If I’m going to get shaken down for... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
How the former Rialto Airport will be developedRIALTO >> One of the larger redevelopment projects in the Inland Empire is curr
How the former Rialto Airport will be developed
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 3 days ago
RIALTO >> One of the larger redevelopment projects in the Inland Empire is currently taking shape in and around the former Rialto Airport, with developers in discussions with potential tenants and city officials eager to usher in new housing, job and... Read more
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Orange County Register
Celebrating 35 years of Tet in Orange County, third time at fairgrounds in Costa Mesais celebrating its 35th annual Tet Festival beginning Feb. 12 and, in its third
Celebrating 35 years of Tet in Orange County, third time at fairgrounds in Costa Mesa
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
is celebrating its 35th annual Tet Festival beginning Feb. 12 and, in its third year at the Orange County Fair & Event Center, continues its effort to expand the party and make it more appealing to the general public. It is also a chance,... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
On the half shell: A Good FIT for Shelter Islandyou feel in your chest, FIT stands apart. Like all things Island, we do gym a l
On the half shell: A Good FIT for Shelter Island
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
you feel in your chest, FIT stands apart. Like all things Island, we do gym a little differently here. Sure, other fitness centers have interactive stationary bikes equipped with features that reproduce the visual and physical conditions you would... Read more
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Marshalltown Times-Republican
Indian Hills has MCC’s number againThe Marshalltown Community College mens' basketball team got topped by Indian H
Indian Hills has MCC’s number again
Marshalltown Times-Republican / Posted 3 days ago
The Marshalltown Community College mens' basketball team got topped by Indian Hill Community College, 86-56, Saturday night at the Student Activity Center in Iowa Community College Athletic Conference play. However, Tiger head coach Brynjar... Read more
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Statesboro Herald
Super Bowl 50th anniversary painting made in StatesboroTexas, Robichau obtained a bachelor’s degree in business, thinking he would nee
Super Bowl 50th anniversary painting made in Statesboro
Statesboro Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Texas, Robichau obtained a bachelor’s degree in business, thinking he would need it to fall back on. But he also began to shape his art career. As a freshman, he reached out to Jim Kelly, then quarterback of the Buffalo Bills. Kelly’s young son... Read more
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Quartz
These architects are in the process of reshaping New York City’s skylinePiano’s new building for the Whitney Museum of American Art in May 2015 was the
These architects are in the process of reshaping New York City’s skyline
Quartz / Posted 4 days ago
Piano’s new building for the Whitney Museum of American Art in May 2015 was the first in a wave of projects that will reshape New York’s cultural sphere. Some of the city’s leading institutions—the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), The Metropolitan... Read more
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Salon.com
They’re trying to deify Ronald Reagan: Inside the right-wing plot to turn the Gipper into a modern-day Godon a coin within the year after they died, so it is possible to put a memorial
They’re trying to deify Ronald Reagan: Inside the right-wing plot to turn the Gipper into a modern-day God
Salon.com / Posted 4 days ago
on a coin within the year after they died, so it is possible to put a memorial together quickly. And if memorials really do shape public perception, then Reagan, with maybe two dozen to his name, wasn’t set to shape much. Sure, the Ronald Reagan... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Renovated Peoples Bank Theatre ready to shine once againlarge productions to use the theater for shows that are due to play at the thea
Renovated Peoples Bank Theatre ready to shine once again
The Marietta Times / Posted 4 days ago
large productions to use the theater for shows that are due to play at the theater this year. The entrance to the “L” shape building on Putnam Street. Even though the theater had sat mainly unused since 1985, the building itself was strong.... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Matt Watroba to perform at Second Sunday Valentine’s Day folk danceWatroba has come in contact with many aspects of folk music and most of the top
Matt Watroba to perform at Second Sunday Valentine’s Day folk dance
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
Watroba has come in contact with many aspects of folk music and most of the top artists. Matt Watroba This has helped shape a repertoire and presentation that is unique on stages across the state and country. Matt approaches folk music as an... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Another road test awaits URI at La Salleof a season ago, where the Rams were one of the league’s toughest teams away fr
Another road test awaits URI at La Salle
The Providence Journal / Posted 4 days ago
of a season ago, where the Rams were one of the league’s toughest teams away from Kingston. URI was 6-3 outside the Ryan Center on its way to a 13-5 league mark overall, one that secured a bye to the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10... Read more
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The Mercury News
San Jose City Hall art piece reflects on meaning of bordersoil derrick, but it's got a deeper message about the meaning of borders. MacMur
San Jose City Hall art piece reflects on meaning of borders
The Mercury News / Posted 5 days ago
oil derrick, but it's got a deeper message about the meaning of borders. MacMurtrie says the idea has been taking shape for several years, inspired by what he could see from his Arizona ranch: the lights of Mexico on one side and the... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Volunteers help make, truck snow for biathlon world cupPRESQUE ISLE, Maine — With the help of crews and volunteers making and trucking
Volunteers help make, truck snow for biathlon world cup
Bangor Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — With the help of crews and volunteers making and trucking snow, the trails at the Nordic Heritage Center are in “phenomenally great” shape for next week’s International Biathlon World Cup, according to organizers. With snow... Read more
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Senior Journal
Wheels are turning to help communities provide seniors with life-saving transportationmake life better for their older residents. It is by Eric Weakly, program speci
Wheels are turning to help communities provide seniors with life-saving transportation
Senior Journal / Posted 5 days ago
make life better for their older residents. It is by Eric Weakly, program specialist with the Administration for Community Living, and Rik Opstelten, Program Manager with the Federal Transit Administration. It focuses on the program in... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Six months to Rio, De Grasse on steep learning curve in new home in Phoenixand pulls and stretches, manipulating his feet, twisting his hips. Canada's sp
Six months to Rio, De Grasse on steep learning curve in new home in Phoenix
Brandon Sun / Posted 5 days ago
and pulls and stretches, manipulating his feet, twisting his hips. Canada's sprinting star arrived at Paradise Valley Community College moments earlier for practice and made a beeline for the table. De Grasse doesn't run a single step until... Read more
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New Haven Independent
Armory's Rebirth Comes Into Focusexpanse where National Guard jeeps once stood, as a planned remaking of the old
Armory's Rebirth Comes Into Focus
New Haven Independent / Posted 5 days ago
expanse where National Guard jeeps once stood, as a planned remaking of the old Goffe Street Armory begins taking shape. The crew was making a visit to the Department of Public Works’ eviction warehouse, where households’ belongings are... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: Polar bears walking a treadmill of icesea ice and bears. “There’s an energetic cost to stay in Alaska,” said David D
Alaska Science Forum: Polar bears walking a treadmill of ice
Juneau Empire / Posted 5 days ago
sea ice and bears. “There’s an energetic cost to stay in Alaska,” said David Douglas of the U.S. Geological Survey Science Center. He and others compared wanderings of polar bears from two periods and found the bears now need to capture and eat as... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Consultants evaluate borough hospitalsat the task force’s Wednesday meeting. Altogether, the Kenai Peninsula’s three
Consultants evaluate borough hospitals
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 5 days ago
at the task force’s Wednesday meeting. Altogether, the Kenai Peninsula’s three hospitals are in relatively good financial shape but have some work to do to get on track with national trends, they said. Matt Mendez and Eric Shell, both health care... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Northwest Colorado Center for Independence examines accessibility issues— This past July, Micheal Bertram began working out of an office in Craig, and
Northwest Colorado Center for Independence examines accessibility issues
Craig Daily Press / Posted 6 days ago
— This past July, Micheal Bertram began working out of an office in Craig, and he started noticing things about the local community that were tougher to perceive when his office was in Steamboat Springs. Bertram works as direct service supervisor... Read more
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