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As a child, Ashleigh Pressy always felt tired and worn out, no matter what she was doing. Her mother, Rhonda Ellis of Princeton, assumed it was just mono going around the school or some kind of bug kids catch. The exhaustion became such a burden,
Supes Enact Plastic Bag Ban Thursday, October 17, 2013 Article Tools The process to enact a single-use plastic bag ban for the county's unincorporated areas will continue, after the supervisors voted 3-2 on 10/15. The ban would apply only to grocery
Despite the concerns of nearby residents about drainage, lighting and privacy, the Hutchinson City Council approved a final plat on Tuesday for what will become three two-story apartment buildings with a total of 54 units on Severance Street, midway
Western Hemisphere, officials at the Lacey university announced Monday...Platinum Certification for our new engineering facility, which we designed to be a teaching and learning tool, inside and out, said Saint Martin's president Roy Heynderickx. He
A month after Prime Minister Manmohan Singh handed over the keys of one-room tenements at Dhanas, the beneficiaries are yet to shift here. But many of them are undertaking renovation of the premises, with some of the changes being against the norms.
Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 15, a fee of 10 cents per bag will be charged for most plastic and paper bags at all retail and grocery stores in Breckenridge. The town council adopted the fee in April to further the town's sustainability efforts. Revenues
The World Park in Beijing and Window of the World in Shenzhen are two Chinese parks that feature scale model versions of some of the most iconic buildings and landmarks from around the globe. Artist Ernie Button set out to capture the bizarre
a permanently prosperous inner city, surrounded by ''client'' suburbs where jobs are hard to get to and lack security, a new study warns. And the continued spread outward of the ''already super-sized'' Melbourne could leave residents in these new
Derek Christianson plans to harvest 2,000 pounds of paste tomatoes at the Helfand Farm Community Gardens next year. A farmer at Brix Bounty Farm with four plots in the new Chase Road site, Christianson said, The gardens are terrific. Located on 4
EDT , October 11, 2013 Looking for to score some quality grass?...Texas A&M plans to switch out its natural-grass field for artificial turf at the end of the season...To order, grass buyers can go to AggieAthletics.com on Monday.