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Khadi and Co Blanket Every day from now until Christmas, the editors of T are sharing their personal gift suggestions. Gifts for the home always seem to come wrapped in a warning: The next time I come over, this present better be on display!
F irefighters saved a trailer home from possible destruction Monday at the Westside Mobile Park in west Durango. Residents used a torch to try to melt frozen water pipes but accidentally caught some insulation on fire, said Tony Harwig, battalion
07 December 2013 09:55 PM Patti Lancaster figured she was ready for the ice. She stocked up on food, set her faucets to drip and bundled up with her dogs as the storm rolled in Thursday...Friday, the power went out in her East Dallas home and she
Battalion Chief Tom Roberson, once more is encouraging the public to donate blankets, coats, hats and gloves at any local fire station.
Eduardo Ferraz of the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar in Portugal said that bricks are often impregnated with polystyrene, as this way they enhance their heat-trapping abilities. This bricks remain strong this way and can be used to build energy-
the Powerslayer from Velvetwire. When you charge devices and gadgets, ideally you'd plug them in only until they're fully charged. Leave them plugged in after that and they draw energy wastefully...The Powerslayer is a smart USB charger that monitors
At least 7bn is needed to bring schools up to scratch Thursday 31 October 2013 At least 7bn is needed for urgent school maintenance and repairs, according research by Nos television for the education ministry. Some 1,100 school heads took part in the
Ron Campbell, Charlene and everyone behind the scenes at Blankets 4 Kids, Inc., have donated enough blankets for every enrolled student and some of the parents at the Chino Valley Head Start Center. Blanket 4 Kids, Inc., will also be giving blankets
North Middle School students are asking for people to don't let the frost bite. Inspired by tales of people helping the less fortunate and wanting to make a similar impact, language arts teacher Nan Ternes' fifth period class have decided to hold a
City Council members voted to research ideas for possibly restricting certain packaging for restaurants and other food businesses to reduce the amount of waste ending up on city beaches. Council members at their meeting on Monday directed City