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Elmira Star-Gazette
Scattered rain does little to relieve dry conditionsThough some rain fell Tuesday in the Elmira and Binghamton area, June remains a
Scattered rain does little to relieve dry conditions
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
Though some rain fell Tuesday in the Elmira and Binghamton area, June remains an unusually rain-free month and much of upstate New York remains classified as abnormally dry. Data from the Northeast Regional Climate Center at Cornell University shows... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Nothing Says 'Hip' Like Ancient WheatConsumer interest in healthy grains could sow the seeds for some long-forgotten
Nothing Says 'Hip' Like Ancient Wheat
KERA North Texas / Posted 3 days ago
Consumer interest in healthy grains could sow the seeds for some long-forgotten bread wheats to make a comeback, according to an opinion released Monday in Trends in Plant Science – presumably the Vogue of botany. "People are interested in healthy... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Nothing Says 'Hip' Like Ancient WheatConsumer interest in healthy grains could sow the seeds for some long-forgotten
Nothing Says 'Hip' Like Ancient Wheat
KPBS San Diego / Posted 3 days ago
Consumer interest in healthy grains could sow the seeds for some long-forgotten bread wheats to make a comeback, according to an opinion released Monday in Trends in Plant Science – presumably the Vogue of botany. "People are interested in healthy... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
American Life in PoetryU.S. POET LAUREATE, 2004-06 Someone told about a blind man who stood at a busy
American Life in Poetry
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
U.S. POET LAUREATE, 2004-06 Someone told about a blind man who stood at a busy intersection, waving toward all the passing cars. When asked why he did that, he said that there might be someone in one of those cars whom he knew and he didn't want to... Read more
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McCook Daily Gazette
Tri Valley Medical Foundation awards scholarships to local medical studentsExercise Science and go on to become a physical therapist. Addison Samuelson,
Tri Valley Medical Foundation awards scholarships to local medical students
McCook Daily Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
Exercise Science and go on to become a physical therapist. Addison Samuelson, from Cambridge, will be a freshman at the University of Nebraska Lincoln in pre-health, she wants to go on to medical school. Wendy Shifflet, from Cambridge, will... Read more
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McCook Daily Gazette
Long-time MHS English teacher retiring after 33 yearsPam Wolford, with her grandson, Noah, 18 months, still waking up from a nap, lo
Long-time MHS English teacher retiring after 33 years
McCook Daily Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
Pam Wolford, with her grandson, Noah, 18 months, still waking up from a nap, looks through one of her scrapbooks filled with cards and letters from former students. Wolford retired this May from teaching English 33 years at McCook Junior HIgh and at... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
FAA Approves New Rules For DronesThe FAA Tuesday released new rules for drone use. Before this, drones had been
FAA Approves New Rules For Drones
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 9 days ago
The FAA Tuesday released new rules for drone use. Before this, drones had been lumped in with manned aircraft. These new rules will govern who can fly the devices, what those pilots need to know, and what restrictions they’ll face, among other... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Local condition reports solicited for drought mapUniversity of Missouri Extension climatologist Pat Guinan urges Missourians to
Local condition reports solicited for drought map
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
University of Missouri Extension climatologist Pat Guinan urges Missourians to report the impact of drought in their areas to the Drought Impact Reporter (DIR) at droughtreporter.unl.edu. The need to report conditions has grown in recent weeks due... Read more
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The Oakdale Leader
Finding family: What film can teach about why families are 'worth fighting for'In an effort to rise above the limitations of his abnormally short fin, the clo
Finding family: What film can teach about why families are 'worth fighting for'
The Oakdale Leader / Posted 11 days ago
In an effort to rise above the limitations of his abnormally short fin, the clownfish Nemo ventures too far from home and gets separated from his father. The Pixar film “Finding Nemo” portrays the cross-sea journey of Nemo’s father and his attempt to... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Mistrial in Nebraska sex assault trial against Arizona manA mistrial has been declared in the case of an Arizona man charged with sexuall
Mistrial in Nebraska sex assault trial against Arizona man
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 13 days ago
A mistrial has been declared in the case of an Arizona man charged with sexually assaulted another student in a dorm at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The case against 19-year-old Christopher Petersen went to jurors Thursday, but they were... Read more
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Deseret News
Finding family: What film can teach about why families are 'worth fighting for'Coyne values “Finding Nemo” because it emphasizes the importance of family as w
Finding family: What film can teach about why families are 'worth fighting for'
Deseret News / Posted 13 days ago
Coyne values “Finding Nemo” because it emphasizes the importance of family as well as the positive influence a family can have in an individual’s life. “We all have a fundamental need to belong, and families are one way to fulfill that need,” she... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Nebraska jury mulls sex assault case against Arizona studentA jury will resume deliberations Friday on whether a student from Arizona sexua
Nebraska jury mulls sex assault case against Arizona student
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 14 days ago
A jury will resume deliberations Friday on whether a student from Arizona sexually assaulted another student in a dorm at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The case against Christopher Petersen went to jurors Thursday, but they were unable to... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
As Arkansas heats up, drought signs surfaceArkansas remains under a heat advisory through this evening as temperatures soa
As Arkansas heats up, drought signs surface
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
Arkansas remains under a heat advisory through this evening as temperatures soared into the upper 90s across much of the state Thursday, giving people the first hint of what weathermen predict will be a warmer summer than first expected. The... Read more
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Business Wire
Prominent Nevada Science Education Professor Elected as the National Science Teachers Association’s 2016--2017 President-ElectARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The National Science Teachers Association (NST
Prominent Nevada Science Education Professor Elected as the National Science Teachers Association’s 2016--2017 President-Elect
Business Wire / Posted 14 days ago
ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), the largest professional organization in the world promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all, announced that Dr. David T. Crowther,... Read more
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Marshall Independent
STATE GOLF: Herding takes third at Class A State TourneySometimes the outcome is just short of ones' dreams as was the case at the 2016
STATE GOLF: Herding takes third at Class A State Tourney
Marshall Independent / Posted 15 days ago
Sometimes the outcome is just short of ones' dreams as was the case at the 2016 State Golf Tournament on Wednesday at Pebble Creek Golf Club. "The emotions are really high right now," Westbrook-Walnut Grove's Abby Herding said after finishing third.... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Kapperman And White Eyecare Welcomes New Optometrist To PracticeDrs. Kapperman and White Eyecare in Chattanooga announce a fourth doctor to the
Kapperman And White Eyecare Welcomes New Optometrist To Practice
The Chattanoogan / Posted 15 days ago
Drs. Kapperman and White Eyecare in Chattanooga announce a fourth doctor to their practice. Dr. Megan Kortum completed her externship with the practice in 2012. “We are very pleased to welcome one of our very best student doctors to our team of... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Husker wins national title in discusTwo-hundred and one feet -- that's what it took. Nick Percy, a sophomore on th
Husker wins national title in discus
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 20 days ago
Two-hundred and one feet -- that's what it took. Nick Percy, a sophomore on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln track and field squad, won the national title in discuss Friday night in Eugene's Hayward Field. "I'm absolutely shocked," he said... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Ryan Boldt taken in 2016 MLB DraftThe 2016 MLB draft kicked off Thursday night with the first two rounds. Ryan B
Ryan Boldt taken in 2016 MLB Draft
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 21 days ago
The 2016 MLB draft kicked off Thursday night with the first two rounds. Ryan Boldt, a 6-foot-2, 220-pound center fielder, from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, was taken by the Tampa Bay Rays with in the second round with the 53rd overall pick.... Read more
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The Chronicle
Executive search firm Isaacson, Miller to play significant role in selecting next presidentIsaacson, Miller will serve as the search firm in the process of finding a succ
Executive search firm Isaacson, Miller to play significant role in selecting next president
The Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
Isaacson, Miller will serve as the search firm in the process of finding a successor for President Brodhead, who announced in April his plans to retire. With the help of executive search firm Isaacson, Miller, Duke will soon have a new... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Mike Riley has 9th-most Twitter followers of any college football coachEvery time Mike Riley sends out a 140-character digital message, it makes its w
Mike Riley has 9th-most Twitter followers of any college football coach
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 24 days ago
Every time Mike Riley sends out a 140-character digital message, it makes its way to the timelines of 143,481 people, per data as of Monday morning, culled by UTSports.com. If you subscribe to the merit of the social media arms race in athletic... Read more
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Northwest Herald
3 more McHenry County students win National Merit ScholarshipsAbout 3,000 winners of National Merit Scholarships, financed by colleges and un
3 more McHenry County students win National Merit Scholarships
Northwest Herald / Posted 26 days ago
About 3,000 winners of National Merit Scholarships, financed by colleges and universities nationwide, were announced earlier this week. Among the more than 120 winners in Illinois were Robin J. Kim, of Cary; John M. Murawski, of Cary; and Brendan J.... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
College graduates: June 4, 2016Midstate College PEORIA — The following area students graduated from Midstate
College graduates: June 4, 2016
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 26 days ago
Midstate College PEORIA — The following area students graduated from Midstate College after the winter term: Bachelor’s degrees Bartonville: Columbia J. Ozuna. Canton: Miliah N. Mirza. Deer Creek: Emily R. Pierson. Morton: Katherine A.... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Here's what's behind the shakeup at Sony PicturesThere’s a shakeup going on at Sony Pictures Entertainment as the studio moves t
Here's what's behind the shakeup at Sony Pictures
Los Angeles Times / Posted 27 days ago
There’s a shakeup going on at Sony Pictures Entertainment as the studio moves to reposition itself in the fast-changing entertainment business. In the last week, the Culver City-based studio has made moves to significantly restructure the top ranks... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Millard South graduate called up by Baltimore OriolesMillard South High School graduate Brian Duensing will soon appear on a big-lea
Millard South graduate called up by Baltimore Orioles
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 28 days ago
Millard South High School graduate Brian Duensing will soon appear on a big-league mound. The left-handed relief pitcher was called up Thursday by the Baltimore Orioles. He had was pitching in Triple-A when he got the news. Duensing attended the... Read more
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Philly.com
Should parents of bullies be fined?There’s a bullying epidemic invading every corner of the U.S. Wherever you turn
Should parents of bullies be fined?
Philly.com / Posted a month ago
There’s a bullying epidemic invading every corner of the U.S. Wherever you turn, it seems you hear another story about a child being subjected to the spread of vicious stories over social media, or physical and emotional abuse that has taken place in... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Richmond named dean of UNT College of MusicThe University of North Texas College of Music has hired a new dean. Dr. John
Richmond named dean of UNT College of Music
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
The University of North Texas College of Music has hired a new dean. Dr. John Richmond, the director of the Glenn Korff School of Music at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will begin his tenure as the UNT music school dean on Aug. 1. His UNT... Read more

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