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The Wilmington Star-News
GenX update: So where do things stand now?Adam Wagner StarNews Staff SOUTHEASTERN N.C. -- As GenX and the topic of emerg
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 2 days ago
Adam Wagner StarNews Staff SOUTHEASTERN N.C. -- As GenX and the topic of emerging contaminants remain a matter of debate for North Carolina's legislators, they are also still on the minds of many other entities across the state. And while action... Read more
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Boston Globe
Parking ban being lifted at 5 p.m. in BostonFriday, and city workers “will continue to dig out from yesterday’s storm, push
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
Friday, and city workers “will continue to dig out from yesterday’s storm, pushing snow to the curb to open up travel lanes for cars, buses and bikes,” Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s office said in an early morning statement. Boston Public Works said in a... Read more
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MLive.com
Mammoth bones may point to earliest known humans in MichiganDan Fisher, who says his confidence in his theory has grown following a second
MLive.com / Posted 14 days ago
Dan Fisher, who says his confidence in his theory has grown following a second excavation at the Chelsea-area farm for ice age mammoth remains. Fisher has been busy examining the UM archeology team's findings, which include 40 additional... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
A day-by-day look back at 2017back at the news and events that made headlines in 2017: 2: Butler Twp. superv
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 17 days ago
back at the news and events that made headlines in 2017: 2: Butler Twp. supervisors welcome Paige D. Kulsa to the police force during their reorganization meeting. They also promoted Sgt. Brian Zalutko to lieutenant and Patrolman Robert... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Frigid blast grips the regionweek. The sustained cold snap, predicted to continue into next week, may be a b
Rutland Herald / Posted 18 days ago
week. The sustained cold snap, predicted to continue into next week, may be a boon to skaters but many others are wishing for warmer weather. ROBERT LAYMAN / STAFF PHOTO Nine days into winter, a brutal deep freeze has taken hold of Vermont, and... Read more
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Crosscut
You thought 2017 was a mess? Just waitbe tempted to declare: “Don’t let the door hit you on the way out!” It was the
Crosscut / Posted 20 days ago
be tempted to declare: “Don’t let the door hit you on the way out!” It was the year that many of us probably would like to forget. And what better way to forget but to look forward to the year that could be? But first, that dang 2017: In Seattle,... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
A how-to guide on staying safe and warmthe cold and dangerous attempts to stay warm. According to the Missouri Depart
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
the cold and dangerous attempts to stay warm. According to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, warming centers are available in Jefferson City at the following locations: Clarke Senior Center, 1310 Linden Drive, 573-634-8020, 8... Read more
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The Brown and White
Here's which Lehigh Valley open spaces received $2.9M in state grantsProgram, which are grants issued through the Pennsylvania Department of Conserv
The Brown and White / Posted 23 days ago
Program, which are grants issued through the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Funding for the grants comes from the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund, which collects money from the Realty Transfer... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Dave Collum's 2017 Year In Review: "The Bubble In Everything Grew"annual climax that probes deeply personal preferences in the world’s favorite p
Zero Hedge / Posted 25 days ago
annual climax that probes deeply personal preferences in the world’s favorite pastime. (I know when I’m licked.) My efforts began as a few paragraphs discussing the markets on Doug Noland’s bear chat board and monotonically expanded to a tome... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Scientists present a sweeping new estimate of how much humans have altered the planetIn this age of climate change, we naturally train our attention on all the foss
Chicago Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
In this age of climate change, we naturally train our attention on all the fossil fuels being combusted for human use - but scientists have long known that what's happening is also all about the land. Just as buried fossil fuels are filled with... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Scientists present a sweeping new estimate of how much humans have altered the planetIn this age of climate change, we naturally train our attention on all the foss
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
In this age of climate change, we naturally train our attention on all the fossil fuels being combusted for human use - but scientists have long known that what's happening is also all about the land. Just as buried fossil fuels are filled with... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Scientists present a sweeping new estimate of how much humans have altered the planetIn this age of climate change, we naturally train our attention on all the foss
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
In this age of climate change, we naturally train our attention on all the fossil fuels being combusted for human use - but scientists have long known that what's happening is also all about the land. Just as buried fossil fuels are filled with... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Scientists present a sweeping new estimate of how much humans have altered the planetIn this age of climate change, we naturally train our attention on all the foss
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
In this age of climate change, we naturally train our attention on all the fossil fuels being combusted for human use - but scientists have long known that what's happening is also all about the land. Just as buried fossil fuels are filled with... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Scientists present a sweeping new estimate of how much humans have altered the planetIn this age of climate change, we naturally train our attention on all the foss
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 28 days ago
In this age of climate change, we naturally train our attention on all the fossil fuels being combusted for human use - but scientists have long known that what's happening is also all about the land. Just as buried fossil fuels are filled with... Read more
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CNET
Need your McLaren F1 serviced? Head to PennsylvaniaIf I told you to think of a location where McLaren would establish its first F1
CNET / Posted 28 days ago
If I told you to think of a location where McLaren would establish its first F1 service center in the US, where would come to mind? Los Angeles or Miami? Well, you'd be wrong. The answer is Pennsylvania. McLaren announced this week that it has... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Scientists working to protect Lake TahoeLake levels came up 7 feet in a few months and thin ribbons of sand replaced th
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 30 days ago
Lake levels came up 7 feet in a few months and thin ribbons of sand replaced the wide beaches of the last few years. Long forgotten seasonal springs re-emerged on hillsides and wildflowers seemed to last all summer. Other things about the lake... Read more

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