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SACRAMENTO — Releasing his latest budget plan this week, Gov. Jerry Brown repeated his assurance that the tax hikes voters agreed to last fall were enough, that he won't ask them to dig deeper into their pockets any time soon. "We just got a...
Through the long and storied history of the Blackhawks and Red Wings —two of the National Hockey League's Original Six franchises — the teams have faced off 799 times. When they hit the ice for No. 800 in Game 1 of the Western Conference...
The Supreme Court sided with Monsanto Co. on Monday, ruling against a farmer who used beans grown from the company's patented, genetically modified soybean seeds to plant subsequent crops. It was apparently the first time the court had upheld patent...
Starting in July, students at Lafayette College will get to eat locally grown produce, eggs from cage-free chickens and dishes prepared from scratch — the same sort of food enjoyed by employees at high-tech companies like Google and Yahoo. The...
Want to satisfy your full day’s requirement of salt, fat and calories? Sit down in a restaurant and order a meal. After an exhaustive analysis of 3,507 possible ways to order 685 meals at 19 restaurants chains in Canada, researchers found that the...
How it works The Herald-Mail periodically publishes the findings of initial food establishment inspections by the Washington County Health Department. Food service facilities are inspected on a regular basis to make sure they are following the...
A recent Environmental Working Group (EWG) report blames antibiotic use in food animals for the presence of antibiotic resistant bacteria. This report overlooks important data and the facts about food safety. Consumers can remain confident that strict...
MOUNT VERNON (AP) - A 5,000-sow swine operation that will produce about 125,000 pigs a year is set to open in southeastern South Dakota just south of Mount Vernon. Hundreds on May 3 toured the Jackrabbit Family Farm facility, which will be populated...
Corporations are quick to recruit rappers to sell their soft drinks, shoes and smartphones — but the moment there's a whiff of controversy, they are just as quick to cut them loose. The latest example is PepsiCo and Lil Wayne. Last week, the...
Tags: PepsiCo Inc., Kendrick Lamar, Poetry, Music, Politics
PETOSKEY — Prices for some meal types in Petoskey schools’ food service program could increase for 2013-14 under a proposal that the school board will consider Thursday, May 16. A regular school board meeting begins at 7 p.m. Thursday at...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Prices, Students
Robert Jones 1952-2013 STANFORD — Robert Lee Jones, 61, of Stanford, died Friday, April 26, 2013, at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born March 8, 1952, in Stanford, Ky., he was a son of the late William Lee and Sue Dawson Jones. He...
Less than a week after the Food and Drug Administration announced that it would investigate the safety of added caffeine in U.S. food and beverage products, Wrigley North America has decided to put its bid to market a caffeinated gum on hold out of...
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