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Goondiwindi Argus
Police close in on Sharron Phillips' killersaid police had this information four years ago. Police believe Sharron Philli
Police close in on Sharron Phillips' killer
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 minutes ago
said police had this information four years ago. Police believe Sharron Phillips' body is inside the 100 cubic metres of soil inside the drain. Photo: Tony Moore "I don't really know what to think," Sharron's older sister said on Monday... Read more
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Daily Press
William and Mary chemists cook up radiation shield bricks for Mars habitatscoffee grinder, microwave oven, etc. — so chemists Richard Kiefer and Robert Or
William and Mary chemists cook up radiation shield bricks for Mars habitats
Daily Press / Posted 30 minutes ago
coffee grinder, microwave oven, etc. — so chemists Richard Kiefer and Robert Orwoll can measure and mix simulated Martian soil with an assortment of polymers to find just the right recipe to bake up safe habitats for astronauts when they finally... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Weekend deluge swamps roads, homes in Stockbridge, Leein a two-hour period. The heavy downpours washed out numerous gravel driveways
Weekend deluge swamps roads, homes in Stockbridge, Lee
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 31 minutes ago
in a two-hour period. The heavy downpours washed out numerous gravel driveways, flooded streets and basements and even soiled several in-ground pools within the two communities. The flooding was so severe in Stockbridge — much of the town... Read more
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The Economic Times
France going ‘all the way’ to collect tax from GooglePARIS: France will 'go all the way' to ensure that multinationals operating on
France going ‘all the way’ to collect tax from Google
The Economic Times / Posted 37 minutes ago
PARIS: France will 'go all the way' to ensure that multinationals operating on its soil pay their taxes and more cases could follow after Google and McDonald's were targeted by tax raids, Finance Minister Michel Sapin said. Sapin, speaking in an... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Work resumes after asbestos discovered at McLachlan ParkWORK has resumed at McLachlan Park today after it was halted last week when asb
Work resumes after asbestos discovered at McLachlan Park
Daily Examiner / Posted 48 minutes ago
WORK has resumed at McLachlan Park today after it was halted last week when asbestos was found in soil being excavated at the site. Clarence Valley Council works and civil director Troy Anderson said contractors using excavators uncovered a section... Read more
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Santa Rosa Press Gazette
MOLLETTE: Position yourself today to achieve tomorrow's goalsa few years, it just might work.However, it never comes with a snap of the fing
MOLLETTE: Position yourself today to achieve tomorrow's goals
Santa Rosa Press Gazette / Posted 53 minutes ago
a few years, it just might work.However, it never comes with a snap of the finger. A garden is produced from preparing the soil, planting, cultivating and tending to the fi eld. In time, you will reap some kind of a harvest if you don’t quit.A lot... Read more
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Clovis News Journal
Gardening season coming on strongKircher. “Make sure that they’re picking a location that’s got quality access
Gardening season coming on strong
Clovis News Journal / Posted 57 minutes ago
Kircher. “Make sure that they’re picking a location that’s got quality access to sun and water that’s going to be a good soil site where they’re going to have good, healthy soil to work with,” Kircher said. “I really always try to encourage folks... Read more
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Irish Examiner
3,000 homes planned on Poolbeg site subject to landfill gas warningsGlass Bottle site]. Even if all remnants of the landfill material were removed
3,000 homes planned on Poolbeg site subject to landfill gas warnings
Irish Examiner / Posted an hour ago
Glass Bottle site]. Even if all remnants of the landfill material were removed from the site, the buildings would require soil gas barrier systems to protect new buildings from undisturbed landfill in adjoining areas,” said the report. Malcolm... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Engineers Ireland report: Calls for State to double capital spendingthe development of indigenous waste treatment facilities including anaerobic di
Engineers Ireland report: Calls for State to double capital spending
Irish Examiner / Posted an hour ago
the development of indigenous waste treatment facilities including anaerobic digestion and biological treatment capacity, soil recovery capacity, mechanical processing capacity, and additional thermal recovery capacity Review the need for... Read more
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The Advocate
Louisiana lawmakers unanimously request open burning studydisposal company. But he couldn’t gain traction for the idea. Instead, the res
Louisiana lawmakers unanimously request open burning study
The Advocate / Posted an hour ago
disposal company. But he couldn’t gain traction for the idea. Instead, the resolution asks DEQ to collect and study water, soil and air samples in Colfax. It also asks DEQ and Clean Harbors to form a “dialogue committee” to discuss cleaner burning... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Anathoth Jam – The Toast of New Zealandrecognised by Canstar Blue across the Tasman, it’s fabulous that we have the op
Anathoth Jam – The Toast of New Zealand
Scoop.co.nz / Posted an hour ago
recognised by Canstar Blue across the Tasman, it’s fabulous that we have the opportunity to match the accolade back on home soil”, says Esplin. To celebrate the win and share the nostalgic taste of traditional jam, Anathoth Farm have created a... Read more
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Reuters
Prosecutors sue to recover life insurance held by San Bernardino shooterhave said the couple were inspired by Islamic extremism and have called the sho
Prosecutors sue to recover life insurance held by San Bernardino shooter
Reuters / Posted an hour ago
have said the couple were inspired by Islamic extremism and have called the shootings the deadliest such incident on U.S. soil since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Twenty-one people were wounded. According to the complaint for forfeiture, Farook... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Three battles that will decide State Of Origin Iup with a response is no easy feat, but it will not happen again and a Blues bo
Three battles that will decide State Of Origin I
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
up with a response is no easy feat, but it will not happen again and a Blues bounce back is basically guaranteed on home soil. Both teams are sporting new faces, but both will trot out some old tactics as another inter-state series kicks off... Read more
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Crestview News Bulletin
MOLLETTE: Position yourself today to achieve tomorrow's goalsa few years, it just might work.However, it never comes with a snap of the fing
MOLLETTE: Position yourself today to achieve tomorrow's goals
Crestview News Bulletin / Posted an hour ago
a few years, it just might work.However, it never comes with a snap of the finger. A garden is produced from preparing the soil, planting, cultivating and tending to the fi eld. In time, you will reap some kind of a harvest if you don’t quit.A lot... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Cods fire up against UQG Black PigsRUGBY UNION: It was a welcome return to home soil on the weekend as the Cods an
Cods fire up against UQG Black Pigs
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
RUGBY UNION: It was a welcome return to home soil on the weekend as the Cods and Rats hosted the UQ It was a welcome return to home soil on the weekend as the Cods and Rats hosted the UQ Gatton Black Pigs at the Fish Tank on Saturday. With no... Read more
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Daily Mail
England squad depart from Heathrow ahead of Australia tourEngland squad depart from Heathrow ahead of daunting three-Test tour against Wo
England squad depart from Heathrow ahead of Australia tour
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
England squad depart from Heathrow ahead of daunting three-Test tour against World Cup finalists Australia on home soil Eddies Jones' squad will play Tests in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney Northampton hooker Dylan Hartley will continue as Red Rose... Read more
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Daily Mail
Republic of Ireland 1-2 Belarus: O'Neill's side beaten in friendlyafter the friendly match Shay Given was recalled for his first start since Oct
Republic of Ireland 1-2 Belarus: O'Neill's side beaten in friendly
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
after the friendly match Shay Given was recalled for his first start since October, and his last international on Irish soil, as he aimed to put pressure on Darren Randolph for the No 1 jersey in France. This was Given's 134th cap and he could... Read more
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The Washington Times
ROBERT W. MERRY: Trashing America’s heritagein the world. They conquered the North American midsection through hardship, to
ROBERT W. MERRY: Trashing America’s heritage
The Washington Times / Posted an hour ago
in the world. They conquered the North American midsection through hardship, toil, sacrifice, war, cultivation of the soil, and propagation of themselves. They both developed and exploited new technologies to eradicate much of the limitation... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore vertical farmers teach restaurants to grow microgreenssystem Hountz refers to as "pure," using only LED lights, filtered water and so
Baltimore vertical farmers teach restaurants to grow microgreens
Baltimore Sun / Posted an hour ago
system Hountz refers to as "pure," using only LED lights, filtered water and some TLC — no fertilizers, pesticides or soil. While the concept of growing herbs and greens onsite is not novel to restaurants, City-Hydro's bare-necessities system... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
80 per cent of dairy cows should go, says ex-president of Wanganui Federated Farmersin a lot of work, fencing and planting their streams. Ms Stewart said that did
80 per cent of dairy cows should go, says ex-president of Wanganui Federated Farmers
The New Zealand Herald / Posted an hour ago
in a lot of work, fencing and planting their streams. Ms Stewart said that didn't capture nitrogen, which leached through soil into groundwater. Lyn Neeson said food prices would rise if farmers had to up their environmental management. Ms... Read more
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soccernews
Schneiderlin in for Diarra in France squadthis season. But an injury to his left knee has ended the midfielder’s hopes o
Schneiderlin in for Diarra in France squad
soccernews / Posted an hour ago
this season. But an injury to his left knee has ended the midfielder’s hopes of featuring in the competition on home soil. Manchester United’s Schneiderlin will now take his place as France aim to recapture the European title they last won... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Gardening tips for beginnersbe the least bit intimidated. Follow this advice to arm yourself with the basic
Gardening tips for beginners
Daily Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
be the least bit intimidated. Follow this advice to arm yourself with the basics 1. Choose the right plants for your soil Before you buy any plants, check your soil type: is it light and sandy, or heavy and clay? Many plants thrive better in... Read more
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Ashcroft Cache Creek Journal
Program targets invasive plantscan cause considerable economic and environmental damage. They disrupt natural
Program targets invasive plants
Ashcroft Cache Creek Journal / Posted 2 hours ago
can cause considerable economic and environmental damage. They disrupt natural ecosystems, reduce biodiversity, increase soil erosion, and alter soil chemistry. They can also pose a health risk to humans. Jamie Vieira, the TNRD’s manager of... Read more
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News.com.au
Staffordshire Hoard: Treasure casts light on a Dark Ageof the pieces he found which made up the Staffordshire Anglo-Saxon hoard. Pictu
Staffordshire Hoard: Treasure casts light on a Dark Age
News.com.au / Posted 2 hours ago
of the pieces he found which made up the Staffordshire Anglo-Saxon hoard. Picture: APSource:News Limited SECRETS IN THE SOIL In 2009, an unemployed Staffordshire man bought an old metal detector for about $10. With it, he found a buried hoard... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
High-speed cowgirls representing Canadathe American company, it wasn’t on this side of the border. He wanted to bring
High-speed cowgirls representing Canada
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 2 hours ago
the American company, it wasn’t on this side of the border. He wanted to bring different kinds of competition to Canadian soil and said horse sports like show jumping are fading out. He said he’s looking forward to the show, too. “To me, these... Read more
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The Telegraph
African students in uneasy trucewhere Africans were thrashed last week. "As a mother, I can understand the pai
African students in uneasy truce
The Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
where Africans were thrashed last week. "As a mother, I can understand the pain of a mother who loses a son on foreign soil," Sushma said. "It would be a traumatic experience." But Sushma stuck to the government's script in refusing to call... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
High-speed cowgirls representing Canadathe American company, it wasn’t on this side of the border. He wanted to bring
High-speed cowgirls representing Canada
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 2 hours ago
the American company, it wasn’t on this side of the border. He wanted to bring different kinds of competition to Canadian soil and said horse sports like show jumping are fading out. He said he’s looking forward to the show, too. “To me, these... Read more
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Guelph Mercury
Raised beds make gardening easy anywhere you have spaceowners parked their oil-dripping car. Use a raised bed and you don't have to wo
Raised beds make gardening easy anywhere you have space
Guelph Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
owners parked their oil-dripping car. Use a raised bed and you don't have to worry about compacted or even contaminated soil. And if none of that applies, how are your knees these days? Raised-bed gardening is a terrific solution for gardeners... Read more
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Welland Tribune
High-speed cowgirls representing Canadathe American company, it wasn’t on this side of the border. He wanted to bring
High-speed cowgirls representing Canada
Welland Tribune / Posted 2 hours ago
the American company, it wasn’t on this side of the border. He wanted to bring different kinds of competition to Canadian soil and said horse sports like show jumping are fading out. He said he’s looking forward to the show, too. “To me, these... Read more
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Engadget
Bayer to use satellite imaging to modernize farming effortscreated, Bayer's indicated a few key areas where satellite data could be benefi
Bayer to use satellite imaging to modernize farming efforts
Engadget / Posted 2 hours ago
created, Bayer's indicated a few key areas where satellite data could be beneficial: water conservation through more ideally timed irrigation; recommendations on timing for crop planting; and the ability to determine what soil will hold water... Read more
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sportsmole
Schneiderlin called into France squadDiarra has picked up a knee injury that will keep him out of the tournament on
Schneiderlin called into France squad
sportsmole / Posted 2 hours ago
Diarra has picked up a knee injury that will keep him out of the tournament on home soil, forcing manager Didier Deschamps to turn to Schneiderlin as a replacement. Schneiderlin was initially left out of the hosts' squad following an underwhelming... Read more
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Soccer Way
Schneiderlin in for Diarra in France squad this season. But an injury to his left knee has ended the midfielder's hopes o
Schneiderlin in for Diarra in France squad
Soccer Way / Posted 2 hours ago
this season. But an injury to his left knee has ended the midfielder's hopes of featuring in the competition on home soil. Manchester United's Schneiderlin will now take his place as France aim to recapture the European title they last won... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Secrets of the Saxon warrior gold$A7 million. In just a few days, he assembled more than 5kg of treasure from f
Secrets of the Saxon warrior gold
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
$A7 million. In just a few days, he assembled more than 5kg of treasure from fields owned by a farmer friend. Hundreds of soil-encrusted gold fragments were pulled out of the ground, all richly detailed with mythical animals and encrusted with... Read more
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ABC News
Business Highlightsother part of the U.S., with more than 1,170 confirmed cases, one death and the
Business Highlights
ABC News / Posted 3 hours ago
other part of the U.S., with more than 1,170 confirmed cases, one death and the first microcephaly case acquired on U.S. soil. Now, worries about the virus are starting to affect the tourism industry, one of the few bright spots in an otherwise... Read more
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Japan Today
Taliban kill 16 bus passengers in northern Afghanistan ‹ Japan Todayin a US drone strike. The drone attack, the first known American assault on a
Taliban kill 16 bus passengers in northern Afghanistan ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 3 hours ago
in a US drone strike. The drone attack, the first known American assault on a top Afghan Taliban leader on Pakistani soil, sent shockwaves through the insurgent movement, which had seen a resurgence under Mansour. He was killed just nine... Read more
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Daily Journal
Palmyra files suit over dump sitein a solid waste or recycling industry. The SCI has found indiscriminate dumpi
Palmyra files suit over dump site
Daily Journal / Posted 3 hours ago
in a solid waste or recycling industry. The SCI has found indiscriminate dumping of construction debris and contaminated soil or "dirty dirt" by parties with criminal backgrounds and often with ties to Philadelphia and New York organized crime... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Joanna Lumley marks Heathrow's 70th anniversarythe England rugby team arriving home as World Cup winners in 2003. In 1952 the
Joanna Lumley marks Heathrow's 70th anniversary
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
the England rugby team arriving home as World Cup winners in 2003. In 1952 the former Princess Elizabeth stepped on to UK soil for the first time as monarch at Heathrow. Her father, King George VI, died while she was touring Kenya. For her part,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Upgrade to keep kauri safeof Phytophthora. Kauri dieback is specific to New Zealand kauri and can kill tr
Upgrade to keep kauri safe
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
of Phytophthora. Kauri dieback is specific to New Zealand kauri and can kill trees of all ages. Microscopic spores in the soil infect kauri roots and damage the tissues that carry nutrients within the tree. Infected trees show a range of symptoms... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Strike two: more council dumped asbestos foundWOLLONGONG: Asbestos found in another Wollongong council soil mound put in plac
Strike two: more council dumped asbestos found
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
WOLLONGONG: Asbestos found in another Wollongong council soil mound put in place to curb illegal dumping. The dumping prevention barrier at Kembla Grange has been found to contain asbestos. Picture: CHRISTOPHER CHAN Asbestos has been found in... Read more
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Southwest Daily News
Get it Growing: Louisiana tomatoes hit hard with diseasediseases reported, the first he heard about earlier this season was White mold,
Get it Growing: Louisiana tomatoes hit hard with disease
Southwest Daily News / Posted 3 hours ago
diseases reported, the first he heard about earlier this season was White mold, also known as Timber rot. White mold is a soil-borne fungal disease and favored by extended periods of cool, wet weather, he said. Infected plants wilt rapidly,... Read more
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Payson Roundup
Wildfires still growingForest Road 203 and back up to State Route 288. The fire has mostly claimed br
Wildfires still growing
Payson Roundup / Posted 4 hours ago
Forest Road 203 and back up to State Route 288. The fire has mostly claimed brush and saplings, restoring nutrients to the soil and consuming deadwood. Hot, fierce crown fires not only kill almost all the trees, they can sterilize the soil and... Read more
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CBC.ca
'I ask you to not go home without a plan,' Alberta premier tells Fort McMurray evacueesbegin June 1 as planned, with the exception of the neighbourhoods of Abasand, B
'I ask you to not go home without a plan,' Alberta premier tells Fort McMurray evacuees
CBC.ca / Posted 4 hours ago
begin June 1 as planned, with the exception of the neighbourhoods of Abasand, Beacon Hill and Waterways." Grimsrud said soil and ash tests have been completed in most parts of the city. She was asked to respond to comments by one Wood Buffalo... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Louisiana lawmakers unanimously request open burning studydisposal company. But he couldn't gain traction for the idea. Instead, the res
Louisiana lawmakers unanimously request open burning study
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 4 hours ago
disposal company. But he couldn't gain traction for the idea. Instead, the resolution asks DEQ to collect and study water, soil and air samples in Colfax. It also asks DEQ and Clean Harbors to form a "dialogue committee" to discuss cleaner burning... Read more
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Drayton Valley Western Review
Top ten best annual flowersbackdrop to any garden. And did I mention that you can save a lot of money by s
Top ten best annual flowers
Drayton Valley Western Review / Posted 4 hours ago
backdrop to any garden. And did I mention that you can save a lot of money by sowing the seed directly into your garden soil? Bingo. A winner. 2. Geraniums. I recommend that the money you save buying cosmos seeds instead of transplants be... Read more
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Daily Mail
'He's got an axe to grind!': Trump defends calling ABC journo 'sleaze'term of art that refers to children born in the U.S. to illegal immigrant paren
'He's got an axe to grind!': Trump defends calling ABC journo 'sleaze'
Daily Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
term of art that refers to children born in the U.S. to illegal immigrant parents, 'anchoring' the adults to U.S. soil and hampering efforts to deport them. IN DEMAND: Trump took questions from reporters and called them 'unbelievably... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Construction prep work begins for South Mountain Freewaythe southern edge of the Phoenix area. The state Department of Transportation
Construction prep work begins for South Mountain Freeway
The Arizona Republic / Posted 4 hours ago
the southern edge of the Phoenix area. The state Department of Transportation says the borings will be used to assess soil and rock as well as depth of ground water to help engineers plan designs for pavement, bridge foundations, walls and... Read more
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Al.com
A macro look at a miniature world: What's hidden in a bog that almost didn't existplants, an incredibly diverse pitcher plant community appeared. The seeds, it t
A macro look at a miniature world: What's hidden in a bog that almost didn't exist
Al.com / Posted 4 hours ago
plants, an incredibly diverse pitcher plant community appeared. The seeds, it turned out, had been lying dormant in the soil for years, hoping for the day that a forest fire might come through and burn away all the growth that had been shading... Read more
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ESPN FC
The 1995 U.S. Copa America team tells its story: from pay disputes to gloryit wouldn't be the first time the U.S. has gone deep into the tournament. That
The 1995 U.S. Copa America team tells its story: from pay disputes to glory
ESPN FC / Posted 4 hours ago
it wouldn't be the first time the U.S. has gone deep into the tournament. That occurred back in 1995 and on South American soil no less, in Uruguay. It is an accomplishment that has largely flown under the radar. We're talking about a time before... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Is this Sharron Phillips' watery grave?the area we are interested in is the drains which go under the roadway. "The p
Is this Sharron Phillips' watery grave?
Daily Examiner / Posted 4 hours ago
the area we are interested in is the drains which go under the roadway. "The process will involve manually shovelling the soil from those drains then it will be transported to another area where it will be sifted through. "If there is anything... Read more
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Times News
Polk Township remembers the struggles of modern-day troopsreturning from the field. He became aware of the lack of down time and post-com
Polk Township remembers the struggles of modern-day troops
Times News / Posted 4 hours ago
returning from the field. He became aware of the lack of down time and post-combat support for troops returning to American soil. “A lot of vets don’t get the therapy they need for post-traumatic stress disorder,” he said. “Twenty-two vets a day... Read more
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