NEW PLATEAUS End of Extinction?
In the future, we might be able to worry about one less thing: extinction. This goes for species whose numbers are currently low, but also for those which no longer walk the earth.
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STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Lack of post-deployment help upsets Iraqi war veteran
Greg Roberts admitted I was having some serious issues upon returning from the Iraq war, but told legislators Monday the National Guard did little to help him to be part of civilian society again.
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STAFF BLOG ALL ABOUT FOOD My favorite cool treat on a hot day -- homemade ice cream
Mother Nature couldn't have planned a better time to blast us with heat and humidity. After all, July is National Ice Cream Month. In 1984, President Ronald Reagan said so. He also claimed the third S... Posted on 7/20/11 at 6:00 AM
The Brandon Auditorium has served as the town’s meeting place for more than 70 years. From public dances and theatrical performances to family celebrations and business meetings, the “hall” has been an important structure in the community.
Being part of the Lunch Buddy program in Alexandria School District 206 doesn’t just help a child – it fosters friendships, encouragement and hope. And it nurtures and supports the unfolding of a child’s potential.
Out of hundreds of school districts across the nation, Alexandria was recently recognized for its students’ achievements.
Alexandria School District 206 was presented with the Growth Achievement Award from Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) – one of 11 awards handed out nationwide.
The Barrows Neurological Institute, based in Phoenix, Arizona, is conducting a national case study to learn of the effects caused by stress, anxiety and spirituality in individuals living with Parkinson’s disease.
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