Wednesday Jul 23
Deep tillage buries weed seeds that can't be killed by herbicides
Deep-six weed seeds to control pigweeds and other herbicide-resistant pests in soybean fields.
Wednesday Jul 23
It's electric: Getting started with e-transcripts
Not only do e-transcripts require less staff time and ensure better results through trackability and online security, but they also can be delivered almost instantly.
New animal control warden worked at no-kill shelter
The Kendall County Board unanimously approved hiring Anna Friedman as the new Animal Control warden/director during Tuesday morning's meeting.
Amid smaller enrollments, Ill. universities, colleges forced to adjust to changing landscape
Bradley University's decision last month to trim $7 million from a $175-million annual budget due to a decline in enrollment was just the latest indication of changes sweeping across higher education.
Nigerians take their country for granted, says Danjuma
It could well have been a gathering of the academia many professors were there or newspapermen they came in their numbers.
Kane Co. Chronicle
Batavia sweeps Windmill Whirl
Alex DiVerde, a 20-year old Bradley University student , won the men's race with a time of 17:56.07 Finishing sixth overall and first in the women's division was 13-year-old Daphne Kolody, an incoming freshman at Batavia who completed the course in 19:53.81.
The Bandera County Courier
Texas Hero forecasts big cowboy weekend
Pictured: Nonagenarien Jud Ashmore is still going strong. "I don't like the term 'retired'," said 90-year-old Jud Ashmore as he climbed on and off ladders and plucked photos and awards from high reaches of his memorabilia-filled workshop - just around the corner from a huge pile of wood he cut earlier.
American Water Announces 2014 Environmental Grant Award Recipients
A total of 45 projects throughout American Water's service areas in 11 states will be supported by grants totaling more than $185,000.