Report: Americans borrowing less to pay for college
As the U.S. economy is on the mend following the Great Recession of 2008, Americans are borrowing less to pay for college and finding other ways to provide for higher education, a new report says.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Mid Rivers Newsmagazine Front Page
Rockwood graduate studies turtles in Hawaii
Earlier this summer, Stemle worked with the St. Louis Box Turtle Project. In partnership with the Tyson Environmental Research Fellowship and the Shaw Institute for Field Training , she worked with the Saint Louis Zoo and Washington University scientists to better understand turtle ecosystems.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
The Wichita Eagle
Decatur woman lends voice to bipolar disorder
Reading over the names, she finds comfort, hope and acceptance. Some of the world's greatest artists, performers and thinkers - Winston Churchill, William Wordsworth, W.B. Yeats, Ernest Hemingway, Mark Twain, Virginia Woolfe, Florence Nightingale, Ludwig van Beethoven, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Rosemary Clooney and Vincent Van Gogh - fill the page.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Paul touts vote, job policies at Urban League
Urban League gives Paul positive but lukewarm reception U.S. Sen. Rand Paul received a positive but lukewarm response when he spoke before the National Urban League Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1rFifdC U.S. Sen. Rand Paul received a positive but lukewarm response when he spoke before the National Urban League conference in ... (more)
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Georgia researcher studies sturgeon in Brothers River
Each year, the Buffer Preserve plays home to a handful of researchers from all over the U.S. who live on-site while conducting research in the area.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
The Kingman Daily Miner
Dolphin veterans receive club scholarships
After a combined 24 years of swimming with the Kingman Dolphins Swim Team, Heather Weninger and Pat Webb were rewarded for their time and energy spent with the club to the tune of $400 each in the form of college scholarships.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Float your boat with Turkey Creek summer festival, raise money for youth education...
PINSON , Alabama - Hundreds of brightly colored balsa wood boats will race across a quarter mile of Turkey Creek on the afternoon of Saturday, July 19, to raise money for the nature preserve.
Florida strawberry growers choose new leader
Parker succeeds Ted Campbell, who joined the Dover, Fla.-based group in 2008. In February, Campbell stated his plans to retire.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Frank Lloyd Wright: A Child Of The Sun
I stopped by Florida Southern College in Lakeland to walk around and see a hidden treasure here in Central Florida.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
St. Petersburg Times
Steinle: A solid future for Palm Harbor's historic White Chapel
The Palm Harbor Community Services Agency, a tax-supported government board, has a five-year lease to manage the historic White Chapel and the adjacent Harbor Hall.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Stephens family may be better known in Birmingham for generosity than $4 billion wealth
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - Forbes may have singled out Birmingham's Stephens family as the state's richest clan with an estimated net worth of $4 billion, but those who live in the Magic City likely know Stephenses better for the things they've done with that wealth.
BSC alum Patrick Scott wins prestigious organ improvisation award
Birmingham-Southern College graduate Patrick Scott took first prize recently at the National Competition in Organ Improvisation , as well as the Audience Favorite prize.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
US immigration policy a disaster, experts say
GOP Texas Gov. Rick Perry has been a vocal critic of President Obama's immigration policies while the president has said the GOP-controlled U.S. House has not acted on his immigration measures.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Red Clay Readers: 'Alabama Moon' author Watt Key talks about writing through rejection,...
Alabama author Watt Key is shown with winners of the a book review contest at Satsuma Junior High School in 2012.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Birmingham-Southern board of trustees elects new chairman
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- Birmingham-Southern College's board of trustees has elected a new chairman to help guide the elite liberal arts school.