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    George Richard Reddy | Roswell Daily Record

    George Richard Reddy passed away in San Antonio, Texas on September 11, 2020. George was born in Clovis, New Mexico on December 8, 1931 to Robert Roy and Inda Rhea (Murrill) Reddy. The family soon moved to Carlsbad where George grew up. After graduating from high school, George served in the U. S. Air Force from 1950 until 1953. Shortly before…

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    Exploring Pacific Northwest Geology, East of the Cascades

    Exploring Pacific Northwest Geology, East of the Cascades | Online | Presentations + Exhibits | The Source Weekly

    click to enlarge Uploaded by CrookCountyLibrary Exploring Pacific Northwest Geology, East of the Cascades Join us Tuesday, September 29, 2020, at 6:30 pm via WebEx for a presentation by retired USFS geologist Carrie Gordon on the natural wonders of Central and Eastern Oregon. Floods cascaded across the Pacific Northwest. Mountains have roared. Come learn about…

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    Rs 250-Cr Bank Fraud: KAS Officer Among 2 Suspended

    WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email 4Shares J&K Cooperative Bank Srinagar- The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Saturday suspended two senior officials pending an inquiry into their conduct in a case pertaining to Rs 250-crore bank fraud, officials said. The administration suspended Kashmir Administrative Service (KAS) officer Mujib-ur-Rehman Ghassi, Special Secretary to the Government, Industries and Commerce Department, and Ashiq Hussian, Deputy Registrar…

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    Historic day: Andy MacFarlane, head of pricing and analytics at XL, left; head boy Noah da Silva; Mackenzie James, Warwick Academy marketing and development leader; Colin Smith, chairman of the board of governors; and head girl McKenzie Kohl Tuckett at the unveiling (Photograph by Blaire Simmons)

    Warwick Academy gets jump on marine science

    Published Sep 26, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated Sep 26, 2020 at 7:28 am) Historic day: Andy MacFarlane, head of pricing and analytics at XL, left; head boy Noah da Silva; Mackenzie James, Warwick Academy marketing and development leader; Colin Smith, chairman of the board of governors; and head girl McKenzie Kohl Tuckett at the…

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    Fleet Science Center “Fun with the Fleet” STEM for K-5th

    Museums may be closed but children can still go to the Fleet Science Center on Saturdays thanks to a new programming partnership with the Coronado Public Library. With the “Fun with the Fleet” program, an instructor from the Fleet Science Center will engage registrants in kindergarten through fifth grade during an hour-long Zoom workshop on a different STEM (science, technology,…

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    Friends nurture wonders of St. Marks Wildlife Refuge

    CLOSE Buy Photo Scenes from St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020.  (Photo: Tori Lynn Schneider/Tallahassee Democrat) They call themselves Friends – yes, with a capital F – of the noble lighthouse and natural haven that they help protect. And when they tell you about the place they love, even you get butterflies. Consider what Preston Earley says…

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    Friendly faces in familiar places: Morgan Olson

    He navigated around the desks toward one rock in particular, situated on a wooden shelf above counters lining the perimeter of the space. He pulled it off and held it in his hands, recalling how he found it where they buried his father’s ashes. “When I teach about rocks, I show this to my students and I tell them a…

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    River workshop goes virtual on Oct. 14

    The East Fork of the Carson River is just a trickle west of Highway 88. Most of the water that would be in the river is in sloughs for irrigation purposes, but it has still be a dry year.Kurt Hildebrand With the last measurable rain falling on Aug. 17, it’s pretty clear that the 2019-20 water year will end on…

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    NWMO Continues Focus On Site Selection

    NWMO Continues Focus On Site Selection

    The Nuclear Waste Management Organization is still waiting for the go ahead to resume field work in the Ignace area. The pause button on the potential underground nuclear repository project has been hit here at home. Director of Media and Stakeholder Relations Bradley Hammond explains what has been done to date. “In northwestern Ontario we have successfully drilled a…

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    Zion National Park’s Emerald Pools Trail System Reopens After 10 Years

    After a decade of closure, Zion National Park’s Emerald Pools trail system is now fully open to the public. Heavy rains and mudslides in 2010 closed some of the trails, but after years of work and $1.2 million in funding, the three Emerald Pools trails are ready to be hiked. Tony Ballard is a roads supervisor for the park and…

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