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Daily American Sunday EditorNatural Biodiversity will host a invasive plant control workshop on Japanese knotwood on July 14 for residents and property owners looking for help with the prolific plant. “They’re particularly hard to kill because of their life cycle,&...
A young boy who arrived early Monday with family to reserve a spot on the beach at Sandy Point State Park on what was expected to be a crowded Fourth of July holiday slipped under the water and drowned. According to Capt. James Rostek, a spokesman for...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterRAMONA — Five Imperial Valley teenagers shared nervous smiles as they unloaded from a van Tuesday to spend a week in the wilderness here, roughly 115 miles from their Imperial Valley homes. The Salvation Army’s summer camps provide high-risk,...
By Mar Jennings We’ve all been there—that messy, dusty, grimy car that sits in our driveway screaming for a wash. Oh what to do? A dirty car is without a doubt unpleasant to see. If you’re like me you’ll try not to notice...
Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin, a longtime advocate of the Chesapeake Bay, is wading into the high-profile debate over the federal regulation of pesticides -- instantly putting him at odds with fellow Democrats while potentially raising his national profile on...
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Climatic Data Center's "State of the Climate: Global Analysis for Annual 2010" makes for some pretty sobering reading. Vic and I waded through the nine-page document over the hot Fourth...
Open house The Kinetics Dance Theatre will hold an open house for fall registration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 20, at 3280 Pine Orchard Lane in Ellicott City. Visitors can take sample classes, observe an open rehearsal, consult with teachers...
The steps cattle producers take to improve the environment aren't new; they have been around for many decades. In fact, as long as cattle have been raised on the land, American families have worked to protect and enhance the environment. Farmers' and...
With the challenges of feeding a rapidly growing global population, farmers are looking for new seed traits that can improve yields, withstand extreme weather, and provide greater end-user value. Brazil, where regulators are steadily approving new biotech...
For many jam-band fans, a double bill featuring Bruce Hornsby's Noisemakers and Béla Fleck's Flecktones is a pipe dream come true. Both bands feature virtuoso musicianship, startling versatility and a lust for exploring the outer limits. For followers of...
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email@example.comWith no rain, our lawns and gardens are taking a beating. “This summer has been a little bit worse, a little bit hotter, a little bit drier,” said Mark Ruibal of Ruibal’s Plants of Texas. Landscaping companies and greenhouses are...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWAUBAY — Simple hope is what some people in the Waubay area need as they fight historically high water levels, said Ron Olson, who farms in the area. Olson was one of about 175 people who attended a Day County water management forum at Waubay...
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