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10 Questions with Rick Kimmel
Pause for Patriotism will have a new location at River Road Park in Kankakee this year and a new president, Rick Kimmel, 52, of Bradley, chairman of Boy Scouts Troop 319 of St.
Sat May 18, 2013
Mahindra USA Announces Its "Women in Ag" Scholarship Program Winners
MAHINDRA USA ANNOUNCES ITS "WOMEN IN AG" SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM WINNERS May 17, 2013 Source: Mahindra USA news release Mahindra USA, Inc.
Fri May 17, 2013
'Stand your ground' laws increase homicides
In a new study, an economics professor and a PhD student at Texas A&M University take a broader look at the laws' effect.
Salisbury University Announces New Ventures Overseas
The Eastern Shore Regional GIS Cooperative is taking its pilot security program overseas.
Thu May 16, 2013
Conservatives snag just 17% of top college commencement speeches
When President Obama gave his commencement address at Ohio State University last week and admonished Americans to stop listening to the voices of cynicism and criticism, the rest of the nation's top colleges must have been listening because only 17 of them have invited conservatives to speak, according to a new report.
New Dean Amy Hillman talks research at ASU's W.P. Carey School of Business
Amy Hillman, the new dean at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, brings a research background to the top-ranked school.
Rev. Garbs to speak at spring meeting of Davidson Foundation
Rev. Rodger Garbs, Pastor of Marshall's First United Methodist Church, will be the speaker at the annual spring meeting of the Davidson Foundation held at the Josephine Davidson Memorial Chapel situated on Davidson Road at the center of the Foundation's 3000 acres near Harleton in northwestern Harrison County.
Wed May 15, 2013
After West Disaster, Little Discussion on Soil Issues
As the catastrophic fertilizer plant explosion in West continues to elicit debate about regulation, one factor that hasn't been discussed as much is the soil of Central Texas.
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Robert "Bob" James Kasper
Robert "Bob" James Kasper, 80, of Austin, Texas, passed from this life on April 29, 2013, surrounded by family.
ROTC order of merit, branching to change
FORT KNOX, Ky. — As a civil affairs officer at Fort Bragg, N.C., Capt. Will Wardwell will spend his days interacting with leaders and citizens in communities neighboring the post.
Why the military hasn't stopped sexual abuse
A female soldier is groped inside a barracks, another in a base supply room, a third on a shooting range.
Continued world food supply depends on character, virtuous leadership, authors say
This is the cover for Leadership in Agriculture: Case Studies for a New Generation, by John Patrick Jordan, Gale A. Buchanan, Neville P. Clarke and Kelly C. Jordan.
Tue May 14, 2013
Researchers Turn To Texas A&M Software To Visualize Earth's Interior
The cause of earthquakes is known: tectonic plates scraping and clashing against each other.
Human Middle Ear Bones Could Provide New...
Image Caption: Tiny ear bones the incus, stapes, and malleus could provide big clues to human evolution.
A&M researchers inventbeam to clean raw oysters
Some good news for oyster lovers: Texas A&M University researchers have developed a way to pasteurize oysters with an electron beam to reduce the chances of food poisoning from norovirus and hepatitis A, according to a national consumer health safety group.
'Appreciable Correspondence' Between DSM-IV And DSM-5 Alternative...
A new "alternative model" included in the upcoming Fifth Edition of the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders lines up well with the current approach to diagnosis of personality disorder, according to a study in the May Journal of Psychiatric Practice.
Flame quencher offers less toxic approach to fighting fire
A new fire-retardant coating suppresses flames without the toxic effects of some commercially used flame retardants.
Mon May 13, 2013
Texas A&M researchers develop safe oyster technique
Good news for oyster lovers: Texas A&M University researchers have developed a way to pasteurize oysters without using chemicals or heat to help reduce the chances of food poisoning.
Annual Women's Empowerment with Shantera Chatman
I had the opportunity to interview the founder of the Annual Women's Empowerment Conference, Mrs.
Local Productivity Expert Sara Caputo Cited in College Textbook
Sara Caputo, founder and owner of Radiant Organizing + Productivity , is featured in the recently published college textbook Organizational Behavior: Managing People and Organizations by Ricky Griffin of Texas A&M University and Greg Moorhead of Arizona State University.