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  1. Alivia Lindorfer, Carly Zlotnikoff Pledge Verbals to WisconsinRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer

    NEW COMMITS: The University of Wisconsin - Madison has earned a pair of verbal pledges from Alivia Lindorfer and Carly Zlotnikoff , both of whom will join the Badgers as members of the class of 2023. Lindorfer specializes in distance freestyle while Zlotnikoff's best events are the 50/100 free combo and both swimmers will be extremely valuable when they arrive on campus for the 2019-20 season.


  2. Your Views: 32nd District deserves better than Tyler AugustRead the original story w/Photo

    50 min ago | The Janesville Gazette

    His voting record suggests that he doesn't work for the schools, pupils and teachers within his district. One only needs to travel the roads in the 32nd District, and it is clear he does not support adequate funding for roads.


  3. Survey shows students, staff support tobacco-free UW-Madison campusRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Channel3000

    A majority of University of Wisconsin-Madison students, faculty and staff members are in support of the campus going entirely tobacco-free, according to a recent survey. Tobacco-free would mean the use of cigarettes, all tobacco products, including chew and little cigars, and vaping products would not be allowed on campus, officials said.


  4. Virginia Beach woman killed herself, medical examiner's office saysRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Virginian-Pilot

    Police vehicles line the 2600 block of Edgehill Avenue near the wooded location where a body was found while investigators where searching for Denise Martin, a missing 22-year-old in Virginia Beach on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. A missing person sign for 22-year-old Denise Martin is posted at the intersection of Edgehill Avenue and Elson Green Avenue in the Red Mill area of Virginia Beach on Wednesday, June 27, 2018.


  5. Wisconsin Study Finds Binge Drinking Differences Between Men & WomenRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | WUWM

    Social scientists already know there's a sizable increase in alcohol-related deaths and violent crime when people reach that age. But UW-Madison researcher Jason Fletcher wanted to focus on other problems that crop up when people start drinking legally.


  6. National parks are warming faster than the rest of the country, per new studyRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | ThinkProgress

    A hiker rests at the edge of the Grinnell Glacier after reaching the top of the Grinnell Glacier Trail at Glacier National Park in Montana. Climate change could make national parks across the United States drier and hotter than other parts of the country, a new study published Monday finds, putting many rare animals and plants at risk of extinction.


  7. National parks bear the brunt of climate changeRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Science Daily

    Human-caused climate change has exposed US national parks to conditions hotter and drier than the rest of the nation, says a new study quantifying for the first time the magnitude of climate change on all 417 parks in the system. Without action to limit greenhouse gas emissions, many small mammals and plants may be brought to the brink of extinction by the end of the century, the study shows.


  8. Study Eyes Climate Change Impact on National ParksRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | NBC Bay Area

    Focusing on the effects of climate change on national parks across the United States, researchers behind a new study released Monday indicated that over the past century average temperatures are increasing at twice the rate compared to the rest of the nation and yearly rainfall is decreasing. Pete Suratos reports.


  9. Lynch joins Yukon PartnersRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | PE Hub

    Buyouts Insider/Argosy Group LLC produces several free newsletters that are sent directly to the email you provide at registration . To enable us to keep providing these services free of charge, we reserve the right to contact you with special invitations to sample or purchase private equity-related products.


  10. Subjective age and adiposity: evidence from five samplesRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | International Journal of Obesity

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  12. Mary "Jayne" (Kelley) ZimmerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Channel3000

    She was born on Nov. 3, 1925, in Madison, Wis., the daughter of Clement and Margaret Kelley. Jayne married Bernard "Bud" Zimmer on Aug. 2, 1947, in Madison.


  13. Norah Lewin, Georges RouanRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The New York Times

    Norah Michelle Lewin and Georges Addison Rouan were married Sept. 22 at the Wianno Club, a country club and events space in Osterville, Mass.


  14. Business People: Oklahoma firms' new hires and promotionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 |

    Oklahoma Policy Institute adds three new staff members to expand the organization's work on education, criminal justice, and operations and development. Rebecca Fine joins as an education policy analyst to focus on research and analysis of policies affecting all levels of education.


  15. Lake Effect Weekend: The Relevance of NATO, Doors Open Milwaukee, Radio Chipstone, Ex FabulaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 22 | WUWM

    Lake Effect 's Bonnie North, in Europe on a fellowship, brings us an interview about the continued relevance of NATO. Then, we travel to one of the Doors Open Milwaukee sites people can visit this weekend.


  16. 2018 Southwest Regional MeetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 22 | Chemical and Engineering News

    The ACS Central Arkansas Local Section will host the 2018 Southwest Regional Meeting at the Little Rock Marriott and Statehouse Convention Center on Nov. 7-10. The general cochairs are Marty Perry of St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and Grover Miller of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.


  17. Lindsey Breslin: Effects of campus sexual assault misunderstood in George Will columnRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Daily Camera

    Columnist George Will's support of a revision on Title IX and its impact on campus rape investigations is more than disturbing. It demonstrates Will's denial of #MeToo, a movement where many of Will's contemporaries have been fired, arrested or convicted of sexual assault.


  18. Between the Rows: Olbrich Botanical Gardens a place to find gardening inspirationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | The Recorder

    Olbrich Botanical Gardens is a magnificent 16-acre garden in Madison, Wis. A sister garden blogger, Beth Stetenfeld, took my husband and I on a tour of the garden in the spring.


  19. Science says doing this could extend your lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | MSN Living

    A new study by the National Institute of Aging published in Cell Metabolism has found evidence to suggest fasting can boost longevity. Intermittent fasting, the dieting tactic that focuses not so much on what you eat as when you eat, has become all the rage in the weight-loss world.


  20. Spire Hospitality Welcomes Hadrian Fishel As VP Of Revenue ManagementRead the original story

    Friday Sep 21 | Hotel Interactive

    Chris Russell, CEO of Spire Hospitality - one of the nation's leading hotel management companies - proudly announces another strong addition to the leadership team, Hadrian Fishel as vice president of revenue management. Touting more than two decades of hospitality experience in full and select service hotels, Fishel brings a solid reputation in revenue management across multiple brands and markets.